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MSU engineering students learn to build a better robot

Engineering Design Fair

NICK WOLCOTT/CHRONICLE Javion Blake, left, talks about his group's project at the Engineering Design Fair on the Montana State University campus, Thursday. The group built an autonomous submarine that they will take to a competition in San Diego in July.

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Engineering students at Montana State University demonstrated their ingenuity Thursday, showing off machines they created to do everything from mining moon rocks to purifying water for poor villagers in Haiti.

At MSU’s annual Engineering Design Fair, 24 teams of seniors showed off devices they’ve been designing and building for their final year “capstone” projects. Another 36 teams of juniors showed posters of projects in the design stage.

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