The students showcased their messenger bots to some of the world’s top tech developers.
Matteo Pozzi sees great potential in sensors and robotic technology that collect data to help inform decision-making.
The Milken Institute report cited CMU’s world-class computer science and robotics research, and several of its technology transfer and commercialization programs.
Kathryn Roeder is a principal investigator on the project, which will expand the Autism Sequencing Consortium's sample to include more than 50,000 families.
For the second consecutive year, Carnegie Mellon will host the Pennsylvania Special Olympics Western Sectional Spring Games on Saturday, April 29.
The exhibition includes final thesis works and independent projects from 11 seniors.
Carnegie Mellon has been at the forefront of autonomous driving technology for three decades, and students have been working to bring that technology to the buggy races. This year they succeeded.
The National Academy of Engineering gathered for a regional meeting and symposium at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute to discuss cybersecurity, which is now one of the greatest challenges in the 21st century.
"Roll Call" presents the work of 34 students majoring in art and in the BXA Intercollege Degree programs.
The 103rd edition of Spring Carnival is serving up entertainment in a new way ... on the tennis courts.
Carnegie Mellon's annual Spring Carnival, featuring booths and buggy races, is April 20-22.
Statement on the loss of Henry Hillman, from Carnegie Mellon University President Subra Suresh
TCS Hall will house research and academic spaces where the two institutions will collaborate on promoting next-generation technologies that will drive the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Mikaela Wolf-Sorokin is one of 62 recipients of the prestigious national scholarship designed to support the next generation of public service leaders.
CMU's Tom Mitchell has co-chaired a report on "Information Technology and the U.S. Workforce."
Whitman is president and chief executive officer of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
The students created a wearable exercise system for astronauts that relieves muscle atrophy in microgravity.
Faculty members Roberta Klatzky and M. Granger Morgan have joined the world’s most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers, artists and civic leaders.
Artificial intelligence once again triumphed over humans as a program developed by CMU researchers beat six Chinese poker players.
CMU Takes First Place in Putnam Math Competition; Three Students in Top Five for the First Time in University History
With the win, Carnegie Mellon extends its top five streak in North America's premier mathematics competition for undergraduates for the sixth year.
A version of Carnegie Mellon University’s Libratus will play six top Chinese poker players for a $290,000 winner-take-all purse.
The Program for Research and Outreach on Gender Equity in Society (PROGRESS) encourages girls and young women to use their voices to advocate and speak up on behalf of themselves.
Christina Cabana, a junior chemistry major at Carnegie Mellon University's Mellon College of Science, is the recipient of a 2017 Barry Goldwater Scholarship.
Neuroscientists Lay Groundwork for Identifying Algorithm Behind Information Processing in the Neocortex
Alison Barth says knowing that algorithm is critical to understanding the role the neocortex plays in many vital functions.
An internationally renowned expert in atmospheric chemistry and air-quality engineering, Donahue investigates how organic compounds behave and evolve in the atmosphere.
The 2016-2017 School of Architecture lecture series wraps up April 10.
Startups RoBotany and Inventory Connection took the top spots in Carnegie Mellon University's 2017 McGinnis Venture Competition among student entrepreneurs.
Students in Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design are learning how a community changes over time.
Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab is teaching middle- and high-school students the basics of hacking.
Carnegie Mellon University and University of California, Berkeley researchers have introduced a noninvasive approach that could mitigate epileptic seizures.
An automated face detection method developed at CMU enables computers to recognize tiny faces composed of just a handful of pixels.
Three Minute Thesis is a research communication competition that challenges Ph.D. students to give a compelling presentation on their thesis and its significance in just three minutes, in language that anyone can understand.