MIT Lincoln Laboratory once again is hosting their Science on Saturday events. They offer programs several times throughout the school year for students ages five through seventeen. This fall's first session is Robot-Driven Race Cars where they explore how driverless cars navigate through streets and avoid other vehicles and pedestrians. There will be hands-on activities to demonstrate how robots use sensors and algorithms to see, steer, and race.
Who: Students ages 5- 17 and teachers
Where: MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington
When: Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018 at 10:00 am
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