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2015 National Challenge

The 2015 National SeaPerch Challenge hosted 140 teams at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth for what was the best National Challenge ever! 
SeaPerch would like to congratulate all of the teams who worked so hard to make it to the National SeaPerch Challenge, and we are looking forward to next year!

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    Using ROVs to Promote STEM in K-12 Education
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    Mr. Harry Bohm Travels to India to Share SeaPerch
    2015-03-16 -

    Harry Bohm, creator of the original SeaPerch, is traveling in India, and is sharing SeaPerch along the way.  He shared his experience with us, and we know you will enjoy his story.

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    Students' Robots Test the Waters at Naval Station Great Lakes
    2015-03-16 -

    The Regional SeaPerch qualifying competition at Naval Station Great Lakes Saturday, March 14, drew dozens of teams from Illinois and several Midwestern states, to put their ROV models to the test at one of several base swimming pools. To learn more, visit http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/lake-county-news-sun/news/ct-lns-naval-station-stem-st-0316-20150315-story.html

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    Do You Know How SeaPerch Got Its Name?
    2015-03-04 -

    Have you ever wondered where the name “SeaPerch” came from?  We asked the inventor of the original SeaPerch, Mr. Harry Bohm, and he shared the story with us.  Mr. Bohm explains that the name SeaPerch came from the USS Perch, a highly decorated World War II U.S. submarine.

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    SeaPerch Goes to Bahrain
    2015-02-19 -

    Wayne Pavalko, ONR Science Advisor to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, demonstrates the Seaperch ROV to Bahraini students at the U.S. Naval Base in Bahrain.  Bahraini students toured the base to learn about technologies used by the navy.

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