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August 2007

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Aug. 30: Statistics Professor Says Databases Must Balance Privacy, Utility

Aug. 28: Tepper School Study Shows Unethical Conduct Often Inadvertently Overlooked

Aug. 23: Bier Uses Mass Spectrometer To Weigh Heavy Virus Particle, von Willebrand Factor

Aug. 22: Grisha Coleman Presents Live Art Installation With Music and Dance, Sept. 6

Aug. 22: Researchers Urge Officials To Study Indirect Impacts of Fossil Fuels

Aug 22: Scientists Investigate Initial Molecular Mechanism That Triggers Neuronal Firing

Aug. 21: New Tepper Web Site Demonstrates "Unconventional By Design" B-school Environment

Aug. 20: Scientists Develop Nanogels That Enable Controlled Delivery of Carbohydrate Drugs

Aug. 15: Luis von Ahn Named One of World's Top Young Innovators

Aug. 14: Carnegie Mellon Welcomes First-Year Students to Campus on Aug. 19

Aug. 14: Exhibit of Steel, Bronze Sculptures Opening in Miller Gallery, Aug. 31

Aug. 9: Professor's Book Chronicles Legacies of Ronald Reagan, Boris Yeltsin

Aug. 9: Tartan Racing Named Semifinalist in DARPA Urban Challenge

Aug. 8: Adams Receives Grant To Study the Impact of Global Climate Change on U.S. Air Quality

Aug. 8: Three Oakland Streets To Close Aug. 19 for First-Year Move-in

Aug. 2: Heinz Endowments Grant Funds Remaking Cities Institute in School of Architecture

Aug. 2: Tepper School Professor Urges U.S. To Demand Accountability From World Bank

August 1: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Launch Arts-Based Robotics Program