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Media Advisory 12-012
Robots That Swim, Drive and Play Soccer; Virtual Humans and Real Storm Chasers Are Part of the Action at Science and Engineering Festival

NSF invites journalists to "Sneak Peek Friday" on April 27 to preview festival to be held in Washington, D.C.'s Convention Center this weekend

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NSF exhibits offer entertaining and interactive activities for visitors of all ages.

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NSF captures the energy of its exhibitors at the 2012 USA Science & Engineering Festival, April 28-29, 2012, Washington, D.C.

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Design Squad Nation talks about their booth and NSF funding at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.

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Cole Galloway of the University of Delaware talks about his booth and the importance of basic research at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.

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