The surface of the moon is a long way from Carnegie Mellon University. Monday morning, the CMU Robotics Institute unveiled the prototype for Polaris, a robotic vehicle slated to drill for polar ice buried in moon dust.
Saturday will be an emotional day for the Carnegie Mellon football team.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to David Brumley, Cyber Security Expert at CMU, about what is causing the slow down with PNC Bank online services.
Dr. Stephen Smith and his team at CMU’s Robotics Institute have developed a smart traffic signal pilot system at the busy Penn Avenue intersection in East Liberty.
Carnegie Mellon University is celebrating the birthday of a popular invention. An invention you probably had no idea was born right here in Pittsburgh.
It was billed “Campaign Coverage in the Time of Twitter,” a discussion at Carnegie Mellon University on the growing role of social media and internet technology in news coverage of politics.
When Mitt Romney said 47 percent of Americans don’t pay federal income tax, he was right.
There were lots of traffic delays around Oakland Tuesday as thousands of freshmen set up shop at the University of Pittsburgh.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s almost back to school time for college students. CMU and Pitt students are set to move-in beginning Sunday that will mean some traffic troubles in Oakland.
With the words “touch down confirmed,” Mission Control in Houston erupts in a frenzy of elation and relief, as Land Rover “Curiosity” settles safely on the surface of Mars. NASA’s latest venture into space has a picture perfect landing. Photos from Mars are quick to follow.
Hundreds of people went to Oakland to hear President Barack Obama speak; however, some of them couldn’t take the heat. A number of people required medical attention because they either passed out or suffered from other heat-related issues.
Thousands stood in the intense heat to listen to President Obama speak. Officials at CMU began letting ticketholders in shortly before noon. The line stretched nearly a mile to enter security.
On the lawn in front of Carnegie Mellon University’s Fine Arts building, members of the city’s SWAT team were already there in advance of President Obama’s latest visit to Pittsburgh on Friday afternoon.
Instead of completely opening up your rib cage for a heart operation, what would you say about a smaller incision and letting a snake do it?
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to CMU robotics professor Howie Choset about how his snake robots are revolutionizing medicine- and everything else.