March 2008 News Headlines
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.
Carnegie Mellon's School of Architecture Ranks First In Sustainable Design, Says DesignIntelligence Magazine
Undergraduate architecture program has been ranked first in the nation in sustainable design practices, fourth in computer applications and seventh overall.
Ask the Pros
Technology developed by Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center allows racing fans to converse with a virtual "NASCAR on Fox" analyst.
Carnegie Mellon, HBCUs Team Up
The Advancing Robotics Technology for Societal Impact (ARTSI) Alliance is a collaborative project to promote robotics and computer science education for African-American students.