Photo Gallery: Students put to the test in Marshall
The Carnegie Science Center hosted the “Robots vs. Humans” program in the Marshall Township Municipal Building on Dec. 27. The program allowed children to solve riddles in binary code, program a robotic car and hang out with hexbugs, Roombas and the center's Horseshoe Crab robot.
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