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Malta Robo League National Competition 2019

Cristina Mifsud Bons participated, together with 5 other classmates, in the Malta Robo League National Exhibition in Malta.

Using the research she and her team mates did, they constructed a model robot out of LEGO that moves around in the water collecting rubbish.

 

We are very proud of Cristina and her work educating people around the world about the crisis of ocean pollution.

 

Check out her webpage.

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