April News Headlines
Carnegie Mellon Establishes Bruce and Astrid McWilliams Center for Cosmology
New center in Mellon College of Science seeks to unravel mysteries of the universe through multidisciplinary efforts.
Carnegie Mellon Sophomores Win Barry Goldwater Scholarships
The awards recognize excellence in mathematics and science.
Cleaning up the Water
Chemists at Carnegie Mellon's Institute for Green Science work to decontaminate our water.
Honoring a Visionary
Takeo Kanade to receive the Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science, one of the science world's greatest honors.
Pausch's "Last Lecture" Released as a Novel
Heartfelt message to his children becomes inspiration to millions.
Three Researchers Receive NSF Early Career Awards
Computer scientist Anind K. Dey, psychologist Erik Thiessen and biomedical engineer Stefan F. Zappe have received the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, its most prestigious award for junior faculty.
Carnegie Mellon Receives $4.15 Million in Grants from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
The grants will be used to fund research in global energy and sustainability and to purchase equipment needed to aid research in the fields of nanotechnology, cosmology and biological sciences.
Three-University Consortium Receives Funding for Fossil Fuel Research
Carnegie Mellon, Pitt and WVU research group will receive up to $26 million to design cleaner, more efficient uses of fossil fuel.
GigaPan goes to the Masters
Sports Illustrated and Golf.com are using the Global Connection Project’s GigaPan technology to bring the Masters Tournament — or, at least, the Augusta National course — just a little closer to readers and viewers.
Professor Fred Gilman named dean of Mellon College of Science
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Open Learning Symposium