News - 2013

Wireless Exoskeleton Wins 2013 Cornell Cup USA (June 13 - Courtesy of Automation World)

College Seniors Designing for Seniors (May 14 - Courtesy of Huffington Post)

Penn Seniors Construct Exoskeleton Arm (May 10 - Courtesy of The O&P Edge)

Titan arm Exoskeleton for lifting 50 lbs in each arm that costs under $3000
(May 8 - Courtesy of Next Big Future)

Inspired by Trayvon Martin, four UMass Amherst undergrads create a "black box for humans"
(May 7 / Courtesy of Yahoo! News)

Award Winners for 2013 Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel (May 7)

SEAS valedictorian, salutatorian look beyond GPAs (May 6 / Courtesy of Columbia Spectator)

Laser tag robots show off at Cornell Cup (May 6 / Courtesy of Cornell Chronicle)

Columbia University's low-cost robotic arm is controlled by facial muscles
(May 4 / Courtesy of engadget)

Eyes-on with Cornell University's laser tag dunebots (May 4 / Courtesy of engadget)

Eyes-on: University of Pennsylvania's TitanArm exoskeleton (May 4 / Courtesy of engadget)

WPI Robotics Teams to Square off at Cornell Cup USA (May 3 / Courtesy of WPI.edu)

TitanArm Exoskeleton: Elysium Is Basically Already Real (May 1 / Courtesy of Gizmodo)

Nation’s top engineering students to once again square off at Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel (January 8)

Acquiring Data from Instruments using MATLAB (January 7)

Finalists for 2013 competition announced (October 29)

Application deadline extended until October 24 (October 17)

Engineering and Computer Science students – Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel wants you (October 9)

Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel is now accepting new teams for 2013 competition; Register your team today! (September 14)