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Cornell University takes 13th RoboSub competition title
Date: Thursday, August 26, 2010 @ 06:29:13 EDT

Cornell University takes 13th RoboSub competition titleIn spite of an unexpected glitch in their Finals run, Cornell University took top prize in the 13th International Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Competition in San Diego, California.

More information will be available soon but the outcome of the Finals was as follows:

1st: Cornell University ($6,000 Prize)
2nd: U.S. Naval Academy ($5,000)
3rd: University of Maryland ($2,250)
4th: ETS ($1,750)
5th: Amador Valley High School ($1,000)
6th: University of Texas at Dallas ($1,000)
7th: Kyushu Institute of Technology ($1,000)

Special Prizes:

University of Central Florida: Second Chance Award ($,1000)
San Diego City College: Best Group Presentation ($500)
Reykjavik University: Determination Award ($500)

Congratulations to all of this year's participants!

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