CMU Professor To Compete in Computer Vs. Computer HackingCarnegie Mellon University's David Brumley is heading to a national stage to compete against the country's best bug finders.
Consortium Aims To Unlock 3-D Printing PotentialCarnegie Mellon University's NextManufacturing Center has created a consortium to bring together major companies and organizations in industry, the nonprofit sector and government.
Work of ArtWhile Cuba and the U.S. are renewing relations, Carnegie Mellon University faculty and students are working on a revival.
Summer School Helps Students Build Tech Tools To Improve LearningWednesday, July 27, 2016
Summer School Helps Students Build Tech Tools To Improve LearningCarnegie Mellon's Simon Initiative LearnLab Summer School teaches participants about the leading tools that merge education, data and technology.
Password Perceptions Don't Always Match RealityTuesday, July 26, 2016
Password Perceptions Don't Always Match RealityYour password isn't as secure as you think. People's perceptions of password strength may not always match reality, according to a recent study by CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University's Security and Privacy Institute.
Algorithm Characterizes How Cancer Genomes Get ScrambledThursday, July 21, 2016
Algorithm Characterizes How Cancer Genomes Get ScrambledA new method for analyzing the scrambled genomes of cancer cells gives researchers the ability to simultaneously identify two different types of genetic changes associated with cancers and to identify connections between the two.
Adding Up How The Brain Does MathThursday, July 21, 2016
Adding Up How The Brain Does MathBrain activity patterns reveal four stages of thinking that can be used to improve how students learn.
Researchers Study Whether Renewable Is Always BetterTuesday, July 19, 2016
Researchers Study Whether Renewable Is Always BetterA recent study by Carnegie Mellon University researchers examines the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of plant-based plastics.
Alumni Hope They're Binge-Worthy in Amazon PilotsMonday, July 18, 2016
Alumni Hope They're Binge-Worthy in Amazon PilotsTelevision is a brave new world, and CMU alumni are helping to blaze the frontier.
Computational Design Tool Transforms Flat Materials Into 3-D ShapesMonday, July 18, 2016
Computational Design Tool Transforms Flat Materials Into 3-D ShapesThe researchers used this process to make a woman's high-heel shoe, a sculpture, a woman's fashion top, a lampshade and face masks.
U.S. Team Wins Second Consecutive International Mathematical OlympiadThursday, July 14, 2016
U.S. Team Wins Second Consecutive International Mathematical OlympiadFor the second year in a row, the U.S. team placed first at the International Mathematical Olympiad, the world championship mathematics competition for high school students.
Holladay Earns National Recognition for Robotics ResearchThursday, July 14, 2016
Holladay Earns National Recognition for Robotics ResearchRising computer science senior Rachel Holladay was awarded the 2016 Collegiate Award from the National Center for Women & IT for her work with on robotic gestures.
Finding Your Dr. RightTuesday, July 12, 2016
Finding Your Dr. RightThe idea for the physician-finding app "Meddy," came from a snippet of a conversation Haris Aghadi overheard at a family gathering: "Could you recommend a good doctor?"
Alumni Dive Into Pixar StorytellingMonday, July 11, 2016
Alumni Dive Into Pixar Storytelling"Finding Dory" is the latest Pixar Animation Studios film to have Carnegie Mellon University alumni working behind the scenes.
TV Guides: Alumni Channel Efforts for Kids’ SakeSunday, July 10, 2016
TV Guides: Alumni Channel Efforts for Kids’ SakeJack Rowley (above), Sonia Manzano and Bryan O'Connell have played significant roles in educational television.
University Statement on Recent ShootingsSunday, July 10, 2016
University Statement on Recent ShootingsCarnegie Mellon University shares the nation's distress over recent shootings in Dallas, Minneapolis, and Baton Rouge.
Robot Helps Study How Animals Moved 360 Million Years AgoThursday, July 07, 2016
Robot Helps Study How Animals Moved 360 Million Years AgoWhen early terrestrial animals began moving about on mud and sand, their powerful tails may have been more important than scientists previously realized.
It’s Automatic: CMU Smartphone App Manages Your Privacy PreferencesWednesday, July 06, 2016
It’s Automatic: CMU Smartphone App Manages Your Privacy PreferencesThe privacy assistant can learn your preferences and quickly recommend the most appropriate settings.
Fueling the Digital Economy in AfricaWednesday, July 06, 2016
Fueling the Digital Economy in AfricaAs Carnegie Mellon in Rwanda celebrates its third year, its young alumni are making their mark as the next generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders in Africa.
Program Inspires Young MathematiciansFriday, July 01, 2016
Program Inspires Young MathematiciansFor three weeks, 70 of the world's best high school math students called Carnegie Mellon University's Pittsburgh campus home.
CMU Sings "The Star-Spangled Banner"Friday, July 01, 2016