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  • Schneider receives NSF grant for rapid DNA analysis technology. Read More
  • Carnegie Mellon's Andrzej J. Strojwas honored with 2016 Phil Kaufman Award. Read More
  • Argyle Data and Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley announce new research paper: Real-time anomaly detection in streaming cellular network data. Read More

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  • CMU-SV teams up with Silicon-Blitz to study female founders

    CMU-SV’s Integrated Innovation Institute has partnered with Silicon-Blitz’s Million Female Founder project to launch the largest global research study of female founders of technology companies. The goal is to showcase the unique experiences of female founders in order to “support female founders in their march for success and allow them to define their own terms."  Read More
  • Whitehead talks cancer-seeking nanoparticles with 90.5 WESA

    ChemE's Katie Whitehead was featured on 90.5 WESA for her research on cancer-seeking nanoparticles. Whitehead is working to create nanoparticles with attached antibodies that can target only cancer cells and ignore healthy cells, something current therapies like radiation and chemotherapy can't do. Whitehead says these nanoparticles can potentially be used to treat illnesses like cancer, HIV, and hereditary disorders.  Read More
  • Sekar receives Facebook Faculty Award

    ECE's Vyas Sekar has been selected to receive a Facebook Faculty Award for his research in networking, security, and systems. Each year, Facebook's Research and Academic Relations Program acknowledges top professors whose research is advancing their particular field and is relevant to Facebook. Sekar will receive a $30,000 award to support his cutting-edge research on reliable network security. 
  • Whitacre quoted in Marketplace on Samsung Galaxy Note 7

    MSE/EPP's Jay Whitacre commented in Marketplace on the dangers that thinner, more energy-packed batteries posed to consumers of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Whitacre says, "energy storage is nature's abomination. The more of those lithium ions you have in a very close proximity to each other, stored up, the more trouble you could be in. That's a very energetic environment."  Read More

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