CAMPUS NEWS: JULY 16, 2021

ROBOTIC EEL CAMP

UNO Robotic Eel Camp Introduces Middle School Students to Engineering

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Students test out their robotic eels at the University of New Orleans recreation center’s pool. The robots were created as part of a weeklong School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering STEM camp funded by the U.S. Office of Naval Research.

Students test out their robotic eels at the University of New Orleans recreation center’s pool. The robots were created as part of a weeklong robotic "PrivatEEL STEM" camp funded by the U.S. Office of Naval Research.

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