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Robot Week ramps up in Boston

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  April 2, 2010 09:26 AM

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Robots clean our floors, play our music, and work in labs. The Museum of Science in Boston wants to show you the myriad ways robots affect society now, and in the years to come at the first annual National Robotics Week that runs from April 10-18.  Most activities are included with Exhibit Hall Admission so check out the Mars personal exploration rover and the iRobot Packbot. There will be lectures, discussions and hands-on activities. The week ends on April 17 with a bang and throttle with the Robot Block Party, and you can even bring your own to share!  Adult admission $20, children $17. For details call 617-723-2500 or visit online.

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