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A sure thing: Robotics Team claims seventh straight championship

Just call them Team Automatic.
Kansas State University’s Robotics Team won its seventh straight championship at the student robotics competition offered at the recent annual international meeting of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers in Kansas City, Mo.
The university has never lost the competition since its inauguration in 2007.
“I think the students’ interest in robotics and their positive experience obtained through participating in the activities have kept them motivated year after year,” said Naiqian Zhang, professor of biological and agricultural engineering and team adviser. “The positive encouragement and strong support from the department of biological ...

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