Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are exploring ways to reduce emissions from power plants using post-combustion carbon capture via absorption through additively manufactured stacked columns.
Area high school students visit Mill 19 on Manufacturing Day to learn about advanced manufacturing career opportunities.
CMU researchers examine what’s happening in the field of 3D bioprinting, core challenges to overcome, and essential milestones on the horizon toward clinical translation.
Researchers pioneer the CMU Array—a customizable, 3D nano-printed, ultra-high-density microelectrode array platform for next-generation brain-computer interfaces to treat neurological disorders.
MFI showcased the future of advanced manufacturing and sustainable practices during the Global Clean Energy Action Forum.
Chip Ganassi, a titan of the auto racing industry, has been offering his insight and expertise to CMU’s racing team for more than two decades.
Wenhuan Sun, Victoria Webster-Wood, and Adam Feinberg have created an open-source, commercially available fiber extruder to benefit future research with hydrogels and soft robotics.
Industry, government, and university partners take part in first Aim Higher Defense Manufacturing Summit as part of Department of Defense initiative to accelerate manufacturing research and grow defense supply chains.
3D architectures of MXene can increase the energy storage density of lithium-ion batteries and supercapacitors, but there hasn’t been a reliable manufacturing method to build these configurations.
Advances in chips, sensors, and AI algorithms are enabling robots to continuously learn how to plan routes, avoid obstructions, and operate safely in large dynamic warehouse environments.
Christopher Martin, CMU alumnus and director of engineering, research, and development for the Bosch Research and Technology Center in Pittsburgh, is named president of the Carnegie Bosch Institute.
President Biden touted the importance of advanced manufacturing innovation, robotics, 3D printing, and artificial intelligence during his recent visit to Mill 19.
Three College of Engineering faculty members have been selected to receive funding for their projects through the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP): Marc De Graef, Anthony Rollett, and Rebecca Taylor.
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