2008 Feature Articles
CyLab: Confidence for a Networked World
ExxonMobil Supports Carnegie Mellon
Carnegie Mellon Celebrates the Life of Professor Randy Pausch
The Global Connection Project: Stitching Together Images and Cultures
The Future of Driving Technologies
Disney, Carnegie Mellon Announce New Disney Research Pittsburgh Lab
Faculty Spotlight: Luis von Ahn
Exploring the world of human computation.
Carnegie Mellon's "Brilliant" Professor
Tuomas Sandholm named one of the three "most influential academics in the business world."
Making the World a Greener Place
Carnegie Mellon earns special recognition for its environmental sustainability practices.
Graduate Programs Earn Top Rankings
Three Carnegie Mellon programs rank #1 in the nation, twenty in the top 5, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Exploring the Uncanny Valley
A team of Carnegie Mellon researchers will use fMRI and eye tracking to provide guidelines for the production of animated human characters for use in video games, movies, and as avatars.
Honoring a Visionary
Takeo Kanade to receive the Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science, one of the science world's greatest honors.
National Robotics Engineering Center Unveils Latest in Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology
"Crusher" offers unparalleled strength, mobility, and autonomy features.
Carnegie Mellon researchers push the limits of nanotechnology with one of the world's most powerful microscopes.
Bill Gates Visits Carnegie Mellon on Final University Lecture Tour
On Feb. 21, the Microsoft founder and former CEO delivered a talk entitled "Bill Gates Unplugged: On Software, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Giving Back." Click here to watch the lecture.
Two of a Kind: The IBM-Carnegie Mellon Collaboration Awards
IBM and Carnegie Mellon have joined forces to create the IBM-Carnegie Mellon Collaboration Awards, to seed new world-class collaborations in specific areas of mutual interest.
Application Rates, Endowment rise in 2007
Carnegie Mellon experiences growth in 2007.
Peter Lee, Head of the Computer Science Department, shares his perspective with the world.