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That's 'FAT'-tastic!

That's 'FAT'-tastic!

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Sam Westenberg was trying to check the status of his Carnegie Mellon University admission decision online, and then there it was: "Decision: admit," the electronic equivalent of receiving the coveted FAT letter, CMU's official acceptance package.

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Creativity & the Arts

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Warhol Discovery

A  team has discovered a dozen, previously unknown, artworks by Andy Warhol (A'49) on aging floppy disks. The purely digital images, "trapped" for nearly 30 years were discovered and extracted by members of the Carnegie Mellon University Computer Club, with assistance from the Andy Warhol Museum's staff, CMU's Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, the Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art and New York-based artist Cory Arcangel. 

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Next Generation Computing

Storage Science

Storage Science

Hard disk drives can store over a million times more data today than the drives that were first introduced in the 1950s. The dramatic increases in storage capacity since 2005, which have enabled cloud computing and social media, have been accomplished using perpendicular recording, and Carnegie Mellon University's Mark Kryder made it happen. The prestigious Franklin Institute recognized Kryder with the 2014 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering.

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Next Generation Computing

Verified Research

Verified Research

Carnegie Mellon University's Edmund M. Clarke has led the way for quality assurance processes in the computing industry for more than 30 years. His innovative techniques for automatically verifying the correctness of computer systems is also used in transportation, communications and medicine. The prestigious Franklin Institute recognized Clarke for his work with the Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science.

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