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  • News Brief: David Brumley Named Third Director of CyLab. Read More
  • Media Alert: Carnegie Mellon to Host GEM4 Summer Institute on the Brain and Mechanics. Read More
  • White House Week of Making: Carnegie Mellon Experts Project Top-10 "What's Hot in 3-D Printing Out of Metal". Read More
  • CMU to Host ACS Colloid & Surface Science Symposium. Read More
  • Tool Helps States Meet New Emissions Standards. Read More
  • News Brief: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Make Key Discovery to Improve Pharmaceuticals Production. Read More

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  • Rajkumar and Samaras Featured on 99% Invisible

    ECE/CyLab's Raj Rajkumar and CEE's Costa Samaras were featured on the radio show 99 Percent Invisible's 171st episode, which discussed autonomous vehicle technology. Both were quoted on the future of self-driving cars: their potential pitfalls and how long before they become commercially available.  Read More
  • Christin Quoted in Motherboard on Bitcoin Use in Crises

    ECE/CyLab's Nicolas Christin was quoted in Motherboard on the use of Bitcoin during financial crises: "It is not entirely clear to me it is actually easy to circumvent capital controls using Bitcoin, (and that's setting aside the small detail that even attempting to do so might be completely illegal)."  Read More
  • INI Master's Student Wins Apple Watch Hackathon

    INI student AKshay Pushparaja won the Apple Watch Hackathon 2015, an app development competition hosted by social app development company if(we), with his proposed app PreziRemote, an app designed to better time presentations using the Apple Watch.  Read More

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