March 2007 Headlines
Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon Establish Center for Computational Thinking
A three-year, $1.5 million grant from Microsoft will establish the Microsoft Carnegie Mellon Center for Computational Thinking to support research in emerging areas of computer science.
Plastics Made of Vitamin C
Using sugars and vitamin C, scientists at Carnegie Mellon are revolutionizing the way industrial plastics are made. The result: an energy efficient process that stands to benefit a broad range of markets.
Pradeep Khosla Receives Prestigious Cyber Education Award From Industry
Carnegie Mellon's Pradeep Khosla received the prestigious Cyber Education Champion Award from the Business Software Alliance during a gala celebration March 6 in Washington, D.C.
Carnegie Mellon To Celebrate Achievements of Takeo Kanade, World-Renowned Expert in Robotics and Computer Vision
Join the Carnegie Mellon University community March 8 and 9 for TK60, a celebration honoring the 60th birthday of world-renowned robotics and computer vision expert Takeo Kanade, the U.A. and Helen Whitaker University Professor of Computer Science and Robotics.
ETC Arrives in Silicon Valley
Artists and techies from Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) have headed west to Silicon Valley. And projects already underway have students paired up with companies like Electronic Arts and Disney.