Updated: 01/28/2013 6:57 PM KSTP.com By: Cassie Hart
Robots took over the state capitol Monday.
The big focus was how gadgets land the people who make the are important to everyday life.
The organization, Robotics Alley, was behind the event. organizers say this kind of stuff is the result of science, technology, engineering and math. And there's growing interest in stem education around the state.
"We have students that are not just living in theory. They're creating systems and building robotics that will change and improve human life in the future," said Andrew Borenel, Executive Director of Robotics Alley. Borene is a former marine.
He says he's seen robots that could definitely save lives in combat as well as during other emergency and rescue situations.