Morgan Berry


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Disability in the Modern Age: How Rehabilitation Robotics is Changing Lives Across the World
December 2013, Page 42
After being in a severe accident, implementing robotics into the recovery process took on a whole new meaning.

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LEGO Mindstorm Robots at the 2013 Lunabotics Competition
September 2013, Page 71
As part of NASA’s annual event, special workshops were held for school-aged children — all the way down to preschool — to help foster a love for STEM education by learning to use LEGOs to build bots.

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The Fourth Annual Lunabotics Competition
September 2013, Page 67
College students descend on the Kennedy Space Center for NASA’s yearly contest to build lunar rovers.

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It’s All in Your Head
August 2013, Page 48
More and more, scientists are looking to the anatomy of the human body to maker smarter and faster machines.

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The History of Robot Combat: Robot Combat in Brazil
December 2012, Page 34
In recent years, robot combat has expanded to have a large international following. Countries all over the world have adapted the sport in unique ways.

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The History of Robot Combat: Robot Battles at Dragon*Con
October 2012, Page 38
Robot Battles at Dragon*Con in Atlanta, GA is one of the oldest robot combat events.

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MATE ROV 2012 International Competition
September 2012, Page 36
Wrap-up of this year’s event held in Orlando, FL.

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The Third Annual Lunabotics Competition
August 2012, Page 40
A few hundred college students descended on Cape Canaveral to participate in this unique competition that encourages STEM education and helps NASA develop their own lunar rovers.

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The History of Robot Combat: Motorama
August 2012, Page 31
Motorama was born around the same time as many other robot combat events: shortly after the end of BattleBots.

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The History of Robot Combat: RoboGames
July 2012, Page 45
After the ending of BattleBots in 2003, a void was left in the world of robot combat competitions.

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The History of Robot Combat: Rise of the Insects — Part 2
June 2012, Page 48
In the April issue of SERVO, we told the story of the development of the Antweight class in the United States. This month, we’ll discuss their larger counterparts: the Beetleweights.

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The History of Robot Combat: The Rise of the Insects — Part 1
April 2012, Page 35
This article was difficult to put together, to say the least. Once again, the robot combat builders haven’t proven to be the most diligent record keepers (with one notable exception).

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The History of Robot Combat: Life After BattleBots
March 2012, Page 39
After the cancellation of Comedy Central’s BattleBots in late 2002, many in the building world felt lost.

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The History of Robot Combat: BattleBots
February 2012, Page 28
This month, we examine the transformation of the sport into a nationwide phenomenon.

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The History of Robot Combat: From Humble Beginnings to Multinational Sensation
January 2012, Page 35
Long before the glitz and glamour of Comedy Central’s BattleBots™ brought mass appeal to the sport, robot combat had much humbler beginnings.

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PARTS IS PARTS: Susie’s Saga Continues – The Beginner’s Guide to Motors
October 2011, Page 38
In the last issue of SERVO, we introduced you to Susie — a young girl trying to begin a career in combat robotics.

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PARTS IS PARTS: Gear Terminology Meshes With Little Susie by Morgan Berry
September 2011, Page 31
Every builder — even the most seasoned veterans — have experienced more than one “Oh no, what have I gotten myself into?” moment when working on a bot.

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Bay Area Robot Flights
September 2009, Page 30
MetroCon is an Anime Convention that is held annually in Tampa, FL. This was the seventh annual year that MetroCon has been held, and it is the largest Anime Festival in the state of Florida.