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Silicon Valley holds first robotics battle

07 Apr 2015  | Rick Merritt

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Bellarmine and Homestead forge an alliance


Chris Sides (left) and Brandon Wui (right), two robot drivers from Bellarmine Prep, strike an alliance with Dolev Bluvstein (centre) from Homstead High. Developing collaboration among teams is one of the goals of the First Robotics programme.

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