Missouri University of Science & Technology Mars Rover Design Team at #CNC16!

The Missouri University of Science and Technology (S & T) Mars Rover Design Team will be at the CharacterPlus National Conference on July 27!

The Missouri S & T Mars Rover Design Team (MRDT) was established in 2012 to complete in the University Rover Challenge (URC) hosted by The Mars Society. With over 200 members, over the course of a year, the team works to design and build the next generation of Mars rovers that will one day work alongside human explorers in the field.

Make sure to visit them to check out their latest Mars rover and to learn how and why their group was former.

Conference Strand: College & Career Readiness

Mars Rover, 1-2016

CharacterPlus National Conference

July 27-28, 2016

Early Bird Registration Deadline: April 29

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