Carnegie Mellon Engineering


  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Alter Cancer Cells to Stop Them From Metastasizing. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon's Keith Cook Awarded $2.4M NIH Grant To Develop Artificial Lungs That Can Be Worn at Home. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon's Smart Headlights Spare the Eyes of Oncoming Drivers. Read More
  • News Brief: Tzahi Cohen-Karni Receives a Grant from the Charles E. Kaufman Foundation. Read More
  • Douglas Sicker Named Head of Carnegie Mellon's Department of Engineering and Public Policy. Read More

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  • 2014 Andy Award Nominees Announced

    Congratulations to the College of Engineering staff nominated for 2014 Andy Awards: Nancy Doyle (INI), Melissa Brown (CEE), and Cindy Vicker (ChemE) in the Dedication category, Jamie Lehneke (INI) and Jessica Becker (INI) in the Commitment to Students category, and Ron Ripper (CEE) in the Community Contributions Category. Congratulate the nominees in person at the Andy Awards reception on September 30 at 12:00 p.m. in McConomy.  Read More
  • Donahue Quoted on WESA on PA's CO2 Emissions

    Director of the Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies Neil Donahue was quoted by WESA, Pittsburgh's NPR News Station, on the problem of Pennsylvania's CO2 emissions. Statistics show that as a state, Pennsylvania is behind only Texas and California in highest CO2 emissions, and according to Donahue, every year that this goes by unaddressed is another year closer to the point of no return.  Read More
  • Cranor Quoted in The Washington Post on iCloud Security

    EPP/CyLab Professor Lorrie Cranor was quoted by The Washington Post on making electronic devices more secure. She speaks specifically about the possible excuses that have kept Apple from providing greater information security for the iCloud, and the social factors that might be necessary to incentivize them to develop ways to better protect our data.  Read More

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