CMU Spinoff Duolingo Translates Success
Duolingo, a Carnegie Mellon spinoff, is the first Pittsburgh-based tech startup to be valued at more than $1 billion
A Celebration of Collaboration
With the opening of ANSYS Hall, Carnegie Mellon and ANSYS celebrate a partnership and a promise for the next generation of engineers
Partnering with visionary corporations and foundations is part of CMU's DNA. The merger of Carnegie Institute of Technology and the Mellon Institute in 1967 formed Carnegie Mellon University and was the first of our many education/industry partnerships. CMU remains firmly committed to productive relationships with corporations and foundations of all sizes.
We foster a collaborative ecosystem where industry thrives and research flourishes, generating breakthroughs and technology that spur further innovation. From startups to mature, successful enterprises, the partnership possibilities with CMU are endless. When you partner with us, you will be part of leading-edge projects and programs with limitless potential that drive exceptional research, increase the pool of talented future employees and advance your industry, field or focus area forward.
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