CRUSER's Robots in the Roses
Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER)
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NPS Community: See current NPS unmanned systems research & technology NPS Students: Find a thesis topic or further your research connections! ALL: Enjoy a lovely afternoon on The Quad. The "Robots in the Roses” Research Fair is on the calendar for the afternoon of Thursday 2016, 1300-1700. NPS students, faculty and staff are encouraged to come out and enjoy afternoon and learn about what NPS researchers have been working on. You are also wel your families as there will be a STEM activity area. Robots are cool!
2016-04 Robots in the RosesA CRUSER Sponsored Event.
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