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New testbed at Mill 19, that will test and advance robotic assembly and disassembly using Lego® bricks, will also be used to study other robotic functions in manufacturing.
Jon Cagan participated in a congressional briefing on AI in the workforce, focusing on the future of AI-human teaming.
Albert Presto has been named the director of the Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies (CAPS) at Carnegie Mellon University.
Carnegie Mellon is working closely with the USDOT to transform the U.S. transportation system through research that focuses on safety, economic growth, climate and sustainability, and equity.
The College of Engineering's 2023 Moonshot aims to provide internet connection to underprivileged communities around the world, allowing affordable communication and computer infrastructure to be accessible to all.
Carnegie Mellon Researchers have taken inspiration from geckos to create a material that adheres to wet and dry surfaces, even on an incline.
Xi (Charlie) Ren, Victoria Webster-Wood, and Ding Zhao have received the honor for their contributions to their respective fields.
We are one step closer to naturally compostable robots now that researchers at Carnegie Mellon can print actuators using a bio-ink made from seaweed.
Researchers found that advances in EV technology will likely bring significant growth to the market, relative to gasoline powered automobiles.
Valerie Karplus has co-authored a review in Nature Sustainability on political strategies for achieving environmental policy goals.
Shelley Anna, a professor of chemical engineering and associate dean for faculty and graduate affairs and strategic initiatives for the College of Engineering, has been selected as the next vice provost for faculty.
Baruch Fischhoff co-authored The COVID War, a book evaluating the effectiveness of the government’s COVID response efforts.
Interdependencies between the natural gas and electric grids could cause cascading outages during hazardous events, particularly in California, the Midwest, the Gulf Coast, and the Eastern US.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have made grasshopping robots possible by uncovering that latches can mediate energy transfer between robotic jumpers and the environment that they are jumping from.
Multi-university team, led by Mechanical Engineering’s Vickie Webster-Wood, is building actuators for next generation sustainable bio-bots.
Introducing the first soft material that can maintain a high enough electrical conductivity to support power hungry devices.
Data provided by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and Texas A&M University.
Spinal cord stimulation technology developed by Douglas Weber in collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh offers new hope for people living with impairments that would otherwise be considered permanent.
Sheng Shen’s novel 3D graphene-nanowire “sandwich” can enable a wide variety of electronic systems to operate at a lower temperature with higher performance.
Carnegie Mellon University’s Bill Sanders, Elias Towe, Anirudh Devgan, and Stefan Savage have received the prestigious honor of election to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
Researchers identify investment in electricity transmission and distribution systems as significant opportunity for reducing air pollution.
Burcu Akinci, Jonathan Cagan, and Jeanne VanBriesen, senior faculty members in the College of Engineering, have been named 2022 AAAS Fellows.
Kathryn Whitehead is at the forefront of the mRNA delivery field, changing the chemistry of nanoparticle delivery vehicles to enable them to reach organs beyond the liver.
A student-driven partnership between Aaron Johnson’s RoboMechanics lab and Gwen’s Girls has introduced nearly 100 grade school girls to engineering design and robotics.
David Rounce led an international effort to produce new projections of glacier mass loss through the century under different emissions scenarios.
Biomedical engineering researchers analyzed existing methods that are used to interpret calcium imaging recordings, and proposed a novel method that combines two leading approaches.
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