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“3 ½ Minutes, Ten Bullets" will make its Pittsburgh premiere at 6 p.m., Friday, Feb. 26 in CMU's McConomy Auditorium.
Pearl will accept the award, which includes a medal and cash prize, and present the Dickson Prize Lecture, “Science, Counterfactuals and Free Will,” at noon on Monday, Feb. 29, in McConomy Auditorium in CMU's Cohon University Center.
A CMU alumna is engineering gourmet chocolates just in time for Valentine's Day.
CMU's student-produced fashion show has become a stylish showcase of talent. Now in its 20th year, its producers are building an even larger legacy.
The Feb. 24 episode focuses on the DARPA Robotics Challenge in June 2015.
Zollman says game theory applies to almost all of our social lives, so it's only natural that it should work for one of the toughest aspects of our lives — dealing with our children.
CMU's Simon Initiative Distinguished Lecture Series will present a talk by renowned public health and education expert Harvey V. Fineberg at 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 25 in the Gates Hillman Center’s Rashid Auditorium.
The new search method, developed by computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon, is designed for searching so-called “short reads” – DNA and RNA sequences generated by high-throughput sequencing techniques.
Gérard P. Cornuéjols has been cited for his “contributions to the theory, practice, and application of integer programming.”
In a flagship practicum course, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley students hunt for a mobile advertising solution with industry leader Cheetah Mobile.
The CMU study shows that mindfulness meditation reduces Interleukin-6, an inflammatory health biomarker, in high-stress, unemployed adults.
Carnegie Mellon is embarking on a five-year, $12 million research effort to make computers think more like humans.
CMU will host Jelani Cobb as its featured MLK Jr. Celebration speaker at 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 11, in Porter Hall 100. His lecture, “The Half Life of Freedom: Race and Justice in America Today,” is free and open to the public.
CMU scientists gain understanding of why the brain makes mistakes.
The National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development Award supports junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research and education.
Three School of Art alumni create artwork in the form of therapies, products and corporate retreats. Their work is on display at CMU's Miller Gallery.
Jaycox, one of only 15 students nationwide to receive the award, will pursue a Master of Philosophy in Medical Science at the University of Cambridge in the U.K.
CMU President Subra Suresh and his collaborators have demonstrated a promising new method for 3-D bioprinting that could lead to new possibilities in medical research and applications.
The technology could help researchers better understand the role certain cells and proteins play in everyday function and disease, and could be used as a targeted therapy for cancer and other diseases.
The researchers’ findings are the first to use observational data to show that, in addition to mass, a galaxy cluster’s formation history plays a role in how it interacts with its environment.
CMU alumna Sian Heder is the creative force behind one of the most anticipated films of this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Felten will speak at 1:30 p.m., Jan. 28, in the Rangos Ballroom of the Cohon University Center. His talk and other Privacy Day activities are open to the public.
“Lo & Behold: Reveries of the Connected World” will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
Anderson will receive the 2016 Atkinson Prize in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences.
Emerging student leaders from CMU's Master of Entertainment Management program engage with seasoned professionals at the star-studded event.
Autonomous Ground Vehicles and Aircraft Demonstrate New Collaborative Capabilities for Keeping Warfighters Safe
Carnegie Mellon and Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin Company, pioneered the ground-air cooperative mission, which could prevent warfighters’ exposure to hazardous conditions.
A group of Carnegie Mellon University faculty, led by President Subra Suresh, participated in the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 20 – 23.
A six-legged walking robot — the first capable of carrying a human — built at CMU in the early 1980s by alumnus Ivan Sutherland is the subject of an exhibit developed by master's degree student Daniel Pillis.
A research internship in Germany is helping CMU's Adam Simpson chase a dream of cleaner water in Jamaica.
Online privacy policies are usually ignored, but Carnegie Mellon researchers say if they are properly designed, and pushed out to users at appropriate times, they could be more effective.