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Wired for learning

In robotics workshop, students unleash their inner engineers

By Tim Wacker
Globe Correspondent / January 15, 2006

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Corey Belaief was clearly the only real engineer in the group. The Plymouth North High School junior had his underwater robot practically pirouetting in a garbage can full of water, which was more than other participants at the recent build-your-own robot workshop could say. Five feet away, Marshfield High School biology teacher Jim Merritt's robot -- a mass of pipes, ... (Full article: 802 words)

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