January-Carnegie Mellon News - Carnegie Mellon University

January

From January 1-31, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations counted 3,259 references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.

This football will tell you if it's a touchdown | Los Angeles Times

Climate benefits of natural gas may be overstated | Scientific American

People aren't born afraid of spiders and snakes: Fear is quickly learned during infancy | U.S. News & World Report

Polymer could create self-healing aircraft parts | Wired

The brain: Seeing the person behind the face | Discover Magazine

Will Jobs' departure take a bite out of Apple? | NPR

Wireless, but leashed | The New York Times

The fruits of Californication | Times Higher Education

Twitter users have regional accents, study finds | Reuters UK

Could the U.S. Central Bank go broke? | FoxBusiness.com

RNA game lets players help find a biological prize | The New York Times

'Facebook neurons' could shed light on brain's centre of higher learning | Asian News International/Sify.com

Diet by imagination | The Philippine Star

Is technology wiring teens to have better brains? | PBS “Newshour”

Expert says fewer folks use Pittsbughese? Git aht! | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Why Argentines invest in cars | Public Radio International’s “The World”

Masters of innovation | Plum TV

The little green pill | Slate.com

Will the Eurozone survive? Will the dollar strengthen? Economists gaze into their crystal balls | Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty