CMU's School of Music Heritage Scholarship campaign helps to ensure deserving students pursue their dreams.
A high-throughput, machine-learning tool could help researchers better understand synaptic activity in learning and disease.
Coca-Cola celebrates 100 years of its soda bottle with help from Burton Morris, who channeled fellow CMU alumnus Andy Warhol.
New buildings. Historic gifts. Advances in robotics. Big data. Small business. The year has been filled with news about Carnegie Mellon University.
The award recognizes those who have made lasting contributions to America’s competitiveness and quality of life, and helped strengthen the nation’s technological workforce.
CMU's latest addition to its collection of a classic holiday poem has a "Frozen" twist as alumnus Josh Gad revisits his role as Olaf.
The much brighter probes will allow scientists to detect very low levels of protein expressed in cells.
Krishnan is being honored for his research and leadership in making data-driven decisions in key societal domains, including transportation, smart cities and living analytics.
CMU students competing in this year's premiere synthetic biology competition brought home high honors for a bright idea.
Research by CMU economists finds that the “ostrich effect” takes over when markets are down.
Automated facial analysis is at the heart of a host of potential applications, from monitoring the emotional state of patients to detecting whether a public speaker is losing an audience’s attention.
An innovative brain imaging study has uncovered new evidence explaining why "theory of mind" deficiencies are present in ASD children.
A professor of engineering and public policy and materials science and engineering at CMU, Jay Whitacre has more than 30 patents issued or pending.
The new study gives policymakers a more accurate view of Americans’ health care spending.
According to a Carnegie Mellon study, eating lettuce is over three times worse in greenhouse gas emissions than eating bacon.
Elizabeth Forward Middle School teachers had a question - how could they create a space to teach energy concepts in a different way?
The competition, which took place over three days in late November at Facebook’s Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters, featured 78 finalists representing 21 teams from 11 countries.
Redesigned and less complex forms, coupled with a reminder, led to a 22 percent greater participation rate from those eligible to receive the credit.
CMU is helping to train people for the experience economy, which includes a proposed "Star Wars" theme park.
The senior class exhibition, which runs through Sunday, Dec. 13, offers "insight into the students’ evolution over four years of study in which they develop both problem-solving and form-giving skills."
The Carnegie Mellon CREATE Lab project will enable middle school and high school students in Pennsylvania and West Virginia to study scientific phenomena in almost any outdoor space.
The medal recognizes technical leadership and contributions to fundamental theory, practice and standardization for engineering real-time systems.
Lorrie Faith Cranor, professor of computer science and engineering and public policy, will join the FTC in January and will be primarily responsible for advising the commission on developing technology and policy matters.
The festival, Jan. 14-16, will bring the shared musical and cultural history of the two civilizations to the foreground and educate people about their entwined history.
A team led by CMU behavioral economist George Loewenstein investigated the impact of making people aware that they were being nudged toward a particular decision.
A team of astronomers, including CMU’s Jeffrey Peterson and Hsiu-Hsien Lin, has uncovered the most detailed record ever of a Fast Radio Burst — a brief yet brilliant eruption of cosmic radio waves from the distant universe.
CMU’s Center for Human Rights Science has secured over $1 million in funding to develop tools to collect, analyze and disseminate information gathered from human rights media.
CMU researchers are building a cognitive assistance system called Gabriel that, like the angel that is its namesake, will seemingly look over a person’s shoulder and whisper instructions for various tasks.
On Dec. 28, 1934, the famous physicist explained his theory to a packed Kresge Theater on CMU's campus.