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2015 News Articles




International Research Effort Gives Neuroscientists Better Feeling About Sense of Touch

Winners Announced for 2015 Stupakoff and de Vries Fellowships

Intermediary Neuron Acts as Synaptic Cloaking Device, Says Carnegie Mellon Study

Neuron Bracketology

High School Students Quantitate Protein in Outreach Program

Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create “Wikipedia” for Neurons




Two Carnegie Mellon Students Awarded Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships

2015 Graduate Student Teaching and Service Awards

Puthenveedu Lab Discovers How Pain Fine-Tunes Pain Relief

Current Graduate Student and Undergraduate Alumni Honored by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

Faculty and Graduate Students Honored at Annual CMU Celebration of Education

Top Ranking Graduate Program According to Student Reviews

Biological Sciences Students at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Minds

Congratulations, graduates!

Intravenous Nutrition Source Could Improve Effectiveness, Reduce Side Effects of Chemotherapy Nanodrugs

Science Differently: Biological Sciences Alumnus Glen de Vries and the Growth of Medidata




BrainHub Research Projects Receive ProSEED Funding

Neuroscience-Based Algorithms Make For Better Networks

Graduate Program Ranked in Top Three Programs for Education Quality

Graduate Student Anagha Kadam Awarded First Prize at Europneumo 2015

A Warm Welcome to Our Incoming Students!

CMU’s Inaugural Class of Presidential Fellows Announced

Science & Celebration at the Annual Elizabeth Jones Retreat

Alison Barth Named Interim Director of BrainHub




Jon Minden Innovates With a Multimedia Biology Course

2015 iGEM Team Wins Interlab Study Award and Gold Medal at World Jamboree