They are flexible and strong, and like a human muscle can throw a ball, lift heavy groceries and delicately grasp a raspberry.
High school student Ben Vagle built TrotBot, which recently won three awards at the World Makers Faire, a national gathering for inventors in New York.
To teach kids complex thought, inventor Erik Schweikardt starts with a simple set of blocks.
- Terry Olkin told the paper that he'll lease the other half of the building to recover some of the cost, but mainly, he wanted the team to have a facility "as good as other people."Read more
Building fighting machines in the late 1990s led the Coloradan into the more serious side of robotics.
Engineers from Colorado are in Japan unpacking a large robot that will be used to help in the cleanup at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.