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Putting robot-building skills to the test

Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
Nate Magee works on a submersible robot in the pool at Renaissance Pointe YMCA on Friday during IPFW’s Sea Perch Experience robot competition. Ten high school-age students participated in the weeklong experience, which tested their skills in science, technology, engineering and math. Jonathan Brito, not pictured, piloted the winning robot through the underwater obstacle course in 4:59.

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