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Although National Robotics Week wraps up tomorrow, the fun doesn't have to end! Download our special Team Card, available only on Facebook. 
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And don't forget to download our complete deck of 2014 Robot Trading Cards, available online to everyone at http://robotics.gatech.edu/outreach/NRW
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Thanks to all who joined our Hangout today—we'll announce a 2nd one soon. In the meantime, check out our video collection on YouTube: 

http://www.youtube.com/user/GTrobotics
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Got robots? We do! National Robotics Week demos and tours are underway today at Georgia Tech.
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Ayanna Howard Discusses “RoboCop,” Coding, and the Future of Technology

http://www.vibe.com/article/inteview-dr-ayanna-howard-talks-robocop-coding-and-future-technology
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Simon is now officially in charge of all GT campus activities for tomorrow. 
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Thanks again for producing such a great Fw:Thinking episode featuring Henrik Christensen and Georgia Tech Robotics!
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Join us for a National Robotics Week Hangout with IRIM Executive Director Henrik I. Christensen on Wednesday, April 9 @ 3:30 p.m. 

http://nationalroboticsweek.org
http://robotics.gatech.edu/outreach/NRW
IRIM will have a hangout Wednesday 9 April @ 3:30PM. Join us for a discussion about robotics, cool new applications, ... Hope to see you tomorrow.
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What’s better than driving 230 km/h on the German Autobahn? Doing it in the Sting Racer, of course. That’s about 143 mpr. Priceless!

http://www.cc.gatech.edu/projects/sting-racing/index.html
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Google, Foxconn Team Up to Realize Factory of the Future—With Google's help, Foxconn could accelerate the introduction of robots to its factories on a massive scale. 

http://www.roboticstrends.com/industry_manufacturing/article/google_foxconn_team_up_to_realize_factory_of_the_future/
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Transforming the world of robotics.
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Launched on November 4, 2013, the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM) evolved into Georgia Tech’s newest Interdisciplinary Research Institute and builds upon the foundational work in robotics developed on campus over the last decade.

Led by Distinguished Professor and KUKA Chair of Robotics Henrik Christensen, IRIM continues Georgia Tech’s tradition of designing the next generation of robotics technology and helping to prepare robotics students to be impactful contributors upon entering the high-tech workforce.

IRIM brings together all robotics researchers from across campus—spanning colleges, departments and individual labs—to create new collaborative opportunities for faculty, strengthen partnerships with industry and government and maximize the societal impact of the transformative robotics research conducted at Georgia Tech.

Major areas of robotics research conducted through the centers, labs and programs at IRIM include: 

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