|News and Media|
|CMU Receives $7 Million for National Robotics Initiative Projects|
October 24, 2013. Robotic rotorcraft for inspecting bridges and other infrastructure, tools for minimally invasive surgery that guide surgeons by creating 3D maps of internal organs and assistive robots for blind travelers are among seven new Carnegie Mellon University research projects sponsored through the National Robotics Initiative.
|RobotRadar.org Seeks to Tell the Rest of the Story|
December 03, 2012. RobotRadar.org, a web site co-founded by Illah Nourbakhsh, professor of robotics at Carnegie Mellon University, will share the insights of leading thinkers and experts in robotics regarding the popular news media’s coverage of robotics.
|Additional Major in Robotics Is New Option for CMU Undergrads|
October 10, 2012. Students pursuing computer science, engineering or other undergraduate degrees at Carnegie Mellon University will have the option this fall to include an additional major in robotics. The Robotics Institute already offers more undergraduate robotics courses than any other university in the world and for the past 12 years has offered an undergraduate minor in robotics. The additional major in robotics, however, responds to the growing interest of students in this multidisciplinary field and to demands by employers for more graduates with a deep understanding of this critical technology.
|Carnegie Robotics Partners With NREC To Make Components, Systems|
August 30, 2010. Carnegie Mellon University announces the launch of a new firm, Carnegie Robotics LLC, which will develop, manufacture and service robotic components and systems in partnership with the university’s highly successful National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC).
|Mason Wins RAS Pioneer Award|
May 20, 2009. Matthew T. Mason, director of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, was presented the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society’s Pioneer Award at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation on May 16 in Kobe, Japan.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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