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While much of our lives can now function remotely, the transition to online poses unique challenges for academia—particularly for research universities like Carnegie Mellon.
MechE’s Carmel Majidi and Ryan Sullivan have won Carnegie Science Awards from the Carnegie Science Center for their incredible contributions to science.
In solving an age-old physics problem, a team led by Civil and Environmental Engineering’s Jerry Wang has helped enable a future permeated with nanoporous materials.
The College of Engineering is pleased to announce that the College will fund two Moonshot proposals as winners of the Moonshot 2020 competition, as well as one College of Engineering Planning Award.
In a new study, a team of Carnegie Mellon University researchers show for the first time how important evolutionary adaptations are in predicting epidemics.
Four College of Engineering faculty members have been awarded CAREER awards by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Carnegie Mellon’s Pei Zhang is part of a team blurring the line between science and magic with a footstep-sensing invention inspired by Harry Potter’s Marauder’s Map.
Researchers have created a system that predicts each occupant’s ideal temperature range and changes the room temperature to provide better comfort for all.
For someone suffering from an acute illness or a medical emergency, the nearest healthcare facility can be several hours away in some parts of the world. Researchers are working to bridge this gap in patient care with machine learning.
Does a material exist that can be used to selectively, reliably, and efficiently form hydrogen peroxide whenever and wherever it’s needed?
CEE’s Sean Qian studied the relationship between Uber and public transportation, proving it can vary by time of day and location.
Communication technologies built into a firefighter’s helmet can send directional information in realtime to firefighters working in dangerous environments.
Stem cell therapy is about to get a whole lot cheaper, thanks to the incredible regenerative powers of starfish.
Two new studies show how aerosol optical tweezing can allow scientists to scrutinize the components of the atmosphere with new precision.
ChemE’s Alan Russell and Stefanie Baker have developed a novel method to purify the protein-polymer conjugates used in pharmaceuticals to ensure they perform properly.
A collaborative project in partnership with CMKL University aims to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system to accurately screen bottles for reuse and recycling.
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