In a noisy robotics workshop where girls in goggles belted Hamilton numbers and screwed metal pieces together with specialized tools, Langley Turcsanyi constructs a circuit board on the prototype for a robot that will be finished by her electrical crew for their next competition season this spring.
The 18-year-old is a proud member of the Girls of Steel—an all-female robotics team at Carnegie Mellon University. “I was always interested in technology,” Turcsanyi told Ms., “but I never really saw myself doing this.”
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