From a distance away and with two robots in place, what could have been a bomb was disassembled with just the push of a button.
A team of Carnegie Mellon University students finished third in an international robotics competition.
It’s National Robotics Week at AlphaLab Gear in East Liberty. Organizer Laura Kelly of Innovation Works, Inc. says middle school students were helped by engineers from three local companies.
It’s a competition like no other, robots going head-to-head in a test of skill and engineering.
Illah Nourbakhsh, Professor of Robotics at The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, does not help create the types of robots you will see in Terminator-like movies or even in the military.
Flying robots circling the skies above Pittsburgh?
Incredible new special effects in movies are redefining the way Hollywood makes films, and Pittsburgh is playing a key role in making such movies possible.
Forty-five robots, built by students, will take the floor at the Petersen Events Center March 15. Winners move on to the First Robotics national competition in Saint Louis. They have six weeks to finish their creations.
Former State Senator and CEO of the Pennsylvania Coal Alliance John Pippy stopped by the KDKA Radio studio to talk to Rob Pratte about the importance of coal.
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?
Fourth and fifth graders at Donaldson Elementary in Oakdale squared off in the battle of the sumo-bots. The robotic twist on March Madness culminated a four-week outreach program with Pittsburgh Technical Institute.
With the help of a three-foot tall robot, seventh grader Cris Colalula can finally return to school.