College of Engineering
Tzahi Cohen-Karni was awarded the Office of Naval Research’s Young Investigator Award, which supports scientists who show exceptional promise for creative research early in their career.
The students showcased their messenger bots to some of the world’s top tech developers.
Matteo Pozzi sees great potential in sensors and robotic technology that collect data to help inform decision-making.
The National Academy of Engineering gathered for a regional meeting and symposium at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute to discuss cybersecurity, which is now one of the greatest challenges in the 21st century.
The students created a wearable exercise system for astronauts that relieves muscle atrophy in microgravity.
Faculty members Roberta Klatzky and M. Granger Morgan have joined the world’s most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers, artists and civic leaders.
Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab is teaching middle- and high-school students the basics of hacking.
Carnegie Mellon University and University of California, Berkeley researchers have introduced a noninvasive approach that could mitigate epileptic seizures.
Three Minute Thesis is a research communication competition that challenges Ph.D. students to give a compelling presentation on their thesis and its significance in just three minutes, in language that anyone can understand.
A new index that will measure carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. electric power producers has been created by Carnegie Mellon University and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems.
The Carnegie Science Center will recognize eight Carnegie Mellon University faculty members and students at its 21st annual Carnegie Science Awards celebration on May 12at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh.
Whitacre, a standout innovator in the world of energy technologies and founder of Aquion Energy, succeeds Jared L. Cohon.
Carnegie Mellon University Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Hae Young Noh can tell a lot about a person by their walk.
The panel discussion "Building a Resilient, Smart and Sustainable City: The Energy-Water Nexus" will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16.