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New lab set up!

Not really, just spinning off some Drunken Robot Labs stuff.  We're expanding into a couple academic/educational areas and want a name for those projects that won't risk distracting people because its name is based on an (*gasp*) alcohol-related reference to an occasionally-offensive TV show.

Stay tuned for further updates.

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