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USF shows off student technology projects

JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

Jason Maynard shows Ashley Metelus, left, how to play Connect Four with Baxter, an assistive robot at the "Cirque du Student Success" on Wednesday in the Interdisciplinary Science Building on the University of South Florida's Tampa campus. The technology showcase was an opportunity for students to show off their research, entrepreneurial skills and inventions to state legislators, Florida Board of Governors members and regional business leaders.

 Jason Maynard, second from left, shows Ashley Metelus, left, how to play Connect Four with Baxter, an assistive robot at the "Cirque du Student Success" Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 in the Interdisciplinary Science Building on USF's Tampa campus.  The technology showcase was an opportunity for students to show off their research, entrepreneurial skills and groundbreaking inventions to state legislators, Florida Board of Governors members and regional business leaders .

JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

Jason Maynard, second from left, shows Ashley Metelus, left, how to play Connect Four with Baxter, an assistive robot at the "Cirque du Student Success" Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 in the Interdisciplinary Science Building on USF's Tampa campus. The technology showcase was an opportunity for students to show off their research, entrepreneurial skills and groundbreaking inventions to state legislators, Florida Board of Governors members and regional business leaders .

USF shows off student technology projects 08/27/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 9:45pm]
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