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  • Researcher Nicole Mazouchova demonstrates how FlipperBot was tested in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. Mazouchova was a graduate student in the Georgia Tech School of Biology when the research was done.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Researcher Nicole Mazouchova demonstrates how FlipperBot was tested in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. Mazouchova was a graduate student in the Georgia Tech School of Biology when the research was done.
  • Georgia Tech associate professor Daniel Goldman and researcher Nicole Mazouchova pose with FlipperBot, shown in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. Mazouchova was a graduate student in the Georgia Tech School of Biology when the research was done.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech associate professor Daniel Goldman and researcher Nicole Mazouchova pose with FlipperBot, shown in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. Mazouchova was a graduate student in the Georgia Tech School of Biology when the research was done.
  • Georgia Tech associate professor Daniel Goldman and researcher Nicole Mazouchova watch FlipperBot move through a bed filled with poppy seeds in the Georgia Tech School of Physics.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    Georgia Tech associate professor Daniel Goldman and researcher Nicole Mazouchova watch FlipperBot move through a bed filled with poppy seeds in the Georgia Tech School of Physics.
  • FlipperBot moves through a bed filled with poppy seeds in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. The research, which also included a study of sea turtle hatchlings, provides new information on the principles governing locomotion on granular surfaces.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    FlipperBot moves through a bed filled with poppy seeds in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. The research, which also included a study of sea turtle hatchlings, provides new information on the principles governing locomotion on granular surfaces.
  • FlipperBot moves through a bed filled with poppy seeds in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. The research, which also included a study of sea turtle hatchlings, provides new information on the principles governing locomotion on granular surfaces.
    Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek
    FlipperBot moves through a bed filled with poppy seeds in the Georgia Tech School of Physics. The research, which also included a study of sea turtle hatchlings, provides new information on the principles governing locomotion on granular surfaces.
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