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Tepper Students Aim To Increase Blood Donors
Tepper School of Business students harnessed data analytics to examine the relationship between donor characteristics and motivation as part of a partnership with Vitalant.
Data Science Capstone Connects Students with Industry
Mellon College of Science students acquired hands-on experience by partnering with global companies during capstone projects.
Design Students Envision New Ways to Provide Relief in a Water Crisis
The studio teamed with alumnus-run Bollinger Motors on a mobile water-filtration systems project.
NREC Has Transformational Economic Impact
New report finds Carnegie Mellon organization has helped advance its neighborhood, the region and industry.
Keep On Truckin’
Logistics company C.H. Robinson tapped Carnegie Mellon students to develop a model that predicts event-related transportation delays.
Rethink the Rink
The Pittsburgh Penguins teamed up with two international giants of science and technology on a bold initiative to make hockey safer at all levels.
Talent Meets Opportunity
Principal Financial Group partnered with CMU students to revolutionize retirement, insurance and asset management spaces.
Sony, Carnegie Mellon Sign Research Agreement on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Initial efforts will focus on cooking and delivery.
CMU Partners with Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence To Accelerate AI Research
Bosch established a Pittsburgh lab, investing $8 million in CMU research and hiring a leading AI expert.
Carnegie Mellon, Argo AI Form Center for Autonomous Vehicle Research with $15M Multiyear Grant
Agreement affirmed Pittsburgh’s status as the ‘Capital of Autonomy’ with CMU at the center of the growing industry.
ANSYS: Preparing for Industry 4.0
ANSYS partnered with Carnegie Mellon to better equip future engineers with the tools, skills and resources they need to face those challenges.
Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship Houses Innovation
To inspire and nurture entrepreneurial ideas, the university launched the Swartz Center with a $31-million gift from venture capitalist James R. Swartz (TPR 1966).
PwC: Developing Next-Gen Business Technology
PwC US and Carnegie Mellon University have partnered on a new Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center.