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  • Student team members from the Virginia Tech’s National Science Foundation Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems (CEHMS) test a 5-foot wide jellyfish-like robot under water at War Memorial Hall.
    Amanda Loman, Virginia Tech
    Student team members from the Virginia Tech’s National Science Foundation Center for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems (CEHMS) test a 5-foot wide jellyfish-like robot under water at War Memorial Hall.
  • Left to right, robotic jellyfish research team members Alex Villanueva of St-Jacques, New-Brunswick, Canada, and a doctoral student; and Kenneth Marut of Washington, D.C, and Tyler Michael of Lexington, N.C., both masters students, all in the mechanical engineering program.
    Amanda Loman, Virginia Tech
    Left to right, robotic jellyfish research team members Alex Villanueva of St-Jacques, New-Brunswick, Canada, and a doctoral student; and Kenneth Marut of Washington, D.C, and Tyler Michael of Lexington, N.C., both masters students, all in the mechanical engineering program.
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