SmartGurlzTM is a line of friendly self-balancing robots and action dolls that help females learn to code. SmartGurlzTM is a smartphone or tablet app that allows girls as young as six years old to immerse themselves in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) (STEM). SmartGurlzTM empowers today’s female leaders to become tomorrow’s leaders.
SmartGurlzTM, like other successful products, arose from a mother’s frustration in her search for instructive but enjoyable toys for her daughter, Nina. Nina’s mother, Sharmi, is a robotics enthusiast and the founder of. She recognised a gap in the market and decided to fill it by designing a robot for doll-loving girls that would also inspire their interest in STEM courses.
He received 64 votes, or 11% of the total number of votes cast; the entrance threshold is 75%. On the official website of Major League Baseball: “As a member of the 500-homer, 3,000-hit club, Palmeiro should have been a foregone conclusion on the first ballot, but he was suspended in 2005 after testing positive for steroid use. Only 11% of the electorate voted for him.”
Palmeiro was born in Havana, Cuba, and attended Miami Jackson High School in Miami, Florida, where he received his diploma. Palmeiro and his wife live in Colleyville, Texas. Preston, his son, played baseball for North Carolina State University and was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in 2016. He is now a member of the Los Angeles Angels.