Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|News and Media|
|Bloomberg Businessweek Features CMU's Robot-Snake Charmer|
January 04, 2013. Bloomberg Businessweek ran a profile on Howie Choset, professor of robotics, and about his pioneering work in building snake-like robots. “He is pushing his robots to operate in environments robots traditionally couldn’t work in — sand, debris, rubble,” says Daniel Goldman, a physics and biology researcher at Georgia Institute of Technology and research collaborator with Choset.
|NSF's Innovation Nation Features Snakebots|
June 07, 2011. Howie Choset, associate professor of robotics, and his snake robots were featured on a recent episode of the National Science Foundation's "Innovation Nation" video series.
|Snakebot featured on "Colbert Report"|
October 01, 2010. Comedian Stephen Colbert turned his satiric eye on robots, including Howie Choset's Snakebot, on the Sept. 30 edition of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report." See the clip.
|"Helper Bots" Featured in Popular Science|
July 27, 2010. Three robots associated with the Robotics Institute and the Quality of Life Technology Center are included in Popular Science's August feature on "Rise of the Helpful Machines."
|Snakebot Climbs a Tree!
The Biorobotics Lab sent Uncle Sam, the Snakebot, up a tree to have a look around.
September 14, 2010 - Length: 1:22
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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