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May 2011

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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May 31: CMU Researchers Uncover How the Brain Processes Faces

May 26: GigaBlitz Will Turn High-Resolution Images of Nature Into Global Inventory of Organisms, Habitats

May 20: Carnegie Mellon's Metin Sitti Wins Prestigious Nano-engineering Award

May 20: Carnegie Mellon and INTA Collaborate To Develop A Sensing Tool To Track Magnetic Nanoparticles For Tissue Engineering

May 18: Language Learning: CMU Researchers Use Video Games To Crack the Speech Code

May 17: Carnegie Mellon's Silicon Valley Campus To Host Disaster Management Workshop and Emergency Vehicle Rally

May 16: Media Advisory: Department of Energy's Steven E. Koonin To Discuss U.S. Competitiveness and America's Energy Challenges at Carnegie Mellon

May 15: Entrepreneurs Wanted: New Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund To Jumpstart Creation of Innovative Businesses by Carnegie Mellon Graduates

May 13: CMU Engineering Students Win Education Category at University Alliance Design Competition Sponsored by Sandia National Labs

May 12: Three Carnegie Mellon Students Earn Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships

May 9: Obituary: CMU Professor Lester Lave Was a Leading Environmental Economist

May 2: Carnegie Mellon Qatar Celebrates the Achievements of 48 Graduates

May 9: Virtual Possessions Have Powerful Hold On Teenagers, CMU Researchers Say

May 5: Robot Based on Carnegie Mellon Research Engages Novice Computer Scientists

May 5: Media Advisory: CMU Mechanical Engineering Students Showcase Innovations From Design Capstone Class

May 3: Media Advisory: Aron Ralston, Carnegie Mellon Alumnus and Subject of Film "127 Hours," To Give Keynote Address at Carnegie Mellon Commencement, May 15

May 3: Carnegie Mellon Alumnus John Cooper Wins German Chancellor Fellowship

May 3: Media Advisory: CMU Engineering Students To Honor Injured Clairton Police Officer Jim Kuzak With Fundraiser, Race Car Dedication

May 3: CMU's Classroom Salon Uses Social Networking To Tap Collective Intelligence of Online Study Groups

May 2: Carnegie Mellon's Shaw and Garlan Honored For Pioneering Research in Software Architecture

May 2: Carnegie Mellon Revamps Courses for Introductory Computer Science