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School of Music’s Season Features Renowned Guest Conductors Yan Pascal Tortelier, Carl Topilow and Paul Polivnick
Maestro Andrés Cárdenes will lead a repertoire that includes many standards and hallmarks from American composers.
Carnegie Mellon will have the largest contingent of any university at the World Economic Forum in China, where participants will remotely drive CMU's lunar rover from half a world away.
From Amazon Prime to network prime time, find out the shows to catch CMU's acting chops.
The researchers used objective sleep measures to show that people who sleep six hours a night or less are more than four times more likely to catch a cold, compared to those who sleep more than seven hours in a night.
A CMU Art Professor's new work at Pittsburgh International Airport invites exploration.
The hit Broadway musical has CMU connections both on stage and behind the scenes.
With CMU’s largest gift from outside the U.S. and from a corporation, Tata Consultancy Services supports new facility and students scholarships.
Setex™, the first commercially available gecko-inspired adhesive, is dry and can repeatedly grip to surfaces without leaving a residue.
Orientation's theme of Building Bridges will help first-year students find connections that will impact them at CMU and beyond.
The top three are home phones, home security systems and fitness devices.
First-year students will move into campus housing from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Sunday.
Their findings provide new insights into how the protein regulates cell growth and how mutations in the gene that encodes the protein can lead to cancer.
An architecture program at CMU that draws new talent to Pittsburgh has gained national recognition.
The breakthrough could help see the pathways that degenerate with Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease.
CMU psychologists uncover a critical relationship between working memory and the strength of information “chunks.”
Smooth, delicious — and good for you. With their Naturi organic Greek yogurt, three Carnegie Mellon alumni are riding the leading edge to success.
The award is one of 16 NSF grants totaling $13.1 million to support potentially transformative research in neural and cognitive systems.
CMU alumnus Jeremy Lasky has built a creative special effects powerhouse to give superheroes' technology a punch on the big screen.
In his 15th poetry book, “Apology to the Moon,” CMU's Jim Daniels details the life of a man from his college days to fatherhood.
This imaging technology may be suitable for many applications, including medical imaging and space exploration, and could be incorporated into most smartphones.
CMU shines at the crossroads of art and technology, and one project instills creativity in the youngest builders.
Patient-funded trials may seem beneficial, but instead they threaten scientific rigor, relevance, efficiency and fairness.
A new, large-scale computer simulation shows that the early universe — 500 million years after the Big Bang — might have had more order and structure than previously thought.
Neon’s proprietary technology uses cognitive science, neuroscience and machine learning tools to understand how humans see and react to images, and selects images that emotionally resonate with viewers.
CMU's cybersecurity team will defend its crown at this year's DefCon Capture the Flag competition, Aug. 6-9 in Las Vegas.
Led by Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Raj Rajkumar, Ottomatika highlights Carnegie Mellon’s advanced expertise in complex autonomous vehicle systems.
CMU alumna Thea Brooks brought to life the iconic comedienne in a touring stage production.
International researchers visited CMU to design, set up and run technology-enhanced learning experiments.
Carnegie Mellon University’s robot soccer team took home its fifth world championship without allowing a single goal at the 2015 RoboCup on July 22 in Hefei, China.