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Giving thanks to Robohub on #GivingTuesday

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29 November 2016



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Dear Readers,
For #GivingTueday, we would like to ask you, our loyal readers, to consider donating to Robohub. From the beginning, our mission has been to help demystify robotics by hearing straight from the experts. Robohub isn’t like most news websites. We’re a community. We’re a forum. Much of our content is written directly by the experts in academia, businesses, and industry. That means you get to learn about the latest research and business news, events and opinions, directly from the experts, unfiltered, with no media bias. Our goal is to keep you engaged and interested in robotics that may not necessarily be covered by top news agencies.

We mostly ‘survive’ on donations and grants, not running ads or spam, and we want to keep it that way. As a non-profit, all revenue goes towards maintaining our website, and our small team consisting of one full-time managing editor, one part-time science communication intern, and technical support. Everyone else generously volunteers their time when they are able.

Please donate to keep Robohub free and help us grow and improve our services. There’s still much to be discussed in robotics, we feel we’re just getting started! Thank you.

You can support us by donating here.



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