June 2008 News Headlines
Carnegie Mellon System Estimates Geographic Location of Photos
GM, Carnegie Mellon Announce New Autonomous Driving Lab
The GM-Carnegie Mellon Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab (CRL) is being established with a five-year, $5 million agreement.
Carnegie Mellon's "Brilliant" Professor
Tuomas Sandholm named one of the three "most influential academics in the business world."
ETC Student Animation Project Receives International Recognition
Carnegie Mellon Researcher Receives NIH Grant to Study Aortic Aneurysms' Risk of Rupture
Ender Finol will lead a team to develop methodologies for accurately evaluating the risk of aneurysms rupturing in the human body's main artery.
Carnegie Mellon Place First at International RoboCup Federation's 2008 U.S. Open
Demonstrations include soccer-playing nanobots and humanoids.
Carnegie Mellon Scientists Use Brain-Imaging to Advance Reading Instruction
HandTalk: A Communication Breakthrough for the Deaf
ECE students invent sensor-equipped glove to help deaf people communicate better with people unfamiliar with ASL.
Carnegie Mellon, University of Bologna to Offer First Double-Degree Master's Program in Arts, Cultural Management
Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. candidate establishes program to provide robots to members of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh.
Making the World a Greener Place
Carnegie Mellon earns special recognition for its environmental sustainability practices.
Carnegie Mellon Computer Model Reveals How Brain Represents Meaning
Work could have significant applications in study of autism or other disorders.
Speeding Up Medical Discoveries
Carnegie Mellon researchers discover how to speed up critical steps in an automated method for analyzing cell cultures and other biological specimens.