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Advertisers are paying $5 million for a 30-second spot in this Sunday's Super Bowl, and Carnegie Mellon University Professor Michael D. Smith says it is a good investment.
Daniel S. Nagin is the first CMU faculty member to receive the National Academy of Sciences Award for Scientific Reviewing.
Heinz Dean Ramayya Krishnan, discussed smart cities and mobility at the Consumer Technology Association's 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show.
Alessandro Acquisti, professor of information technology and public policy at CMU’s Heinz College, is the world's leading scholar in the economics of privacy.
The Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center will advance how businesses use technology to solve organization-wide issues and address compliance requirements.
In today’s information-rich world, the details are in the data.
Women continue to be paid less than their male colleagues, but a new program at Carnegie Mellon University wants to help change that through the art of negotiation.
Internet voting is not common in the United States, but any online or internet-based U.S. election system in the future will require strong encryption measures.
Martin Gaynor, the E.J. Barone Professor of Economics and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University and former director of the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine.
Stephen Smith has developed a traffic signal control system that uses machine learning algorithms to optimize when traffic lights change to red or green.
The arts and entertainment sector plays a huge role in driving Pittsburgh's economic vitality.
Adam Simone came to Carnegie Mellon University in 2009 looking to sharpen his engineering skills with an entrepreneurial edge.
While Cuba and the U.S. are renewing relations, Carnegie Mellon University faculty and students are working on a revival.
Jack Rowley (above), Sonia Manzano and Bryan O’Connell have played significant roles in educational television.
CMU’s Master of Arts Management program and Pittsburgh’s Radiant Hall Studios are fostering a distinct professional development opportunity for arts managers and artists.