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CMU's Yisong Guo received a Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers found that married individuals had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol than those who never married or were previously married.
Carnegie Mellon joined several research universities in filing an amicus brief opposing the executive order on immigration in U.S. District Court in New York on Monday, Feb. 13.
In true CMU fashion, Mary Yorke Gibson’s 103rd birthday celebration started with the skirl of bagpipes as students in CMU’s chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma surprised her with balloons, cake and handwritten birthday wishes from dozens of members.
Ph.D. student Madeline Gannon's "Mimus" is engaging visitors like a curious animal at the zoo.
Sridhar R. Tayur has been recognized by the NAE "for developing and commercializing innovative methods to optimize supply chain systems."
Takeo Kanade is being recognized for his leadership in computer vision and robotics.
Jon Rubin, an associate professor of art, is recognized as a leading artist in the field of social and contextual practice.
The road to Broadway can be a varied and winding path, a truism for "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" and its cast.
Carnegie Mellon University Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Hae Young Noh can tell a lot about a person by their walk.
In an opinion article published in IEEE Intelligent Systems, David Danks and Alex John London argue that current safety regulations do not plan for these systems.
Carnegie Mellon's Baruch Fischhoff is among four experts who are proposing a strategy for terrorism research.
Students at CMU's Entertainment Technology Center are studying applications of augmented reality.
The panel discussion "Building a Resilient, Smart and Sustainable City: The Energy-Water Nexus" will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16.
The story of railroad man John Henry is being brought to life Feb. 9-18 at The August Wilson Center in downtown Pittsburgh.
The PWSA has lifted its boil-water order and customers are no longer required to boil tap water before consumption.
Based on new information from the PWSA and to follow an abundance of caution, we are asking the entire campus community to follow the precautionary flush and boil order for drinking water supplies issued last evening.
Professor Aleksandar Kavčić and his wife, Dr. Sofija Kavčić, have donated $3 million to create a new, endowed fund to support inventors at Carnegie Mellon University.
Libratus, an artificial intelligence developed by CMU's Tuomas Sandholm, made history by defeating four of the world’s best professional poker players in a marathon 20-day poker competition.
Advertisers are paying $5 million for a 30-second spot in this Sunday's Super Bowl, and Carnegie Mellon University Professor Michael D. Smith says it is a good investment.
Although he’d rather be preparing to play in this Sunday’s Super Bowl, Alejandro Villanueva now has a chance to get back to his studies at Carnegie Mellon University.
The award honors individuals who have had demonstrable impact on the field of electronic system design through innovations, education/mentoring, or industry leadership.
Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon University Accepting Submissions For Arts Education Honor at 2017 Tony Awards
Submissions are being accepted now through Feb. 10 for the third annual Tony Award for "Excellence in Theatre Education Award."
A team of researchers led by CMU's Event and Pattern Detection Laboratory have won the latest Yelp Dataset Challenge.
Carnegie Mellon University's artificial intelligence program Libratus has built up a substantial lead against four top poker professionals.
Pennsylvania research universities, working with the Ben Franklin Partnership, have committed to explore the creation of a Pennsylvania I-Corps Network to help accelerate the translation of federally funded research into more jobs and businesses in the state.
School of Drama Head Peter Cooke has been named a member of the Order of Australia.
The incidence of influenza-like symptoms has been on the rise but computer scientists and statisticians at Carnegie Mellon University say their models suggest flu activity may be reaching its peak for the 2016-17 season.
Daniel S. Nagin is the first CMU faculty member to receive the National Academy of Sciences Award for Scientific Reviewing.
Carnegie Mellon University scientists are having robots push and poke objects to teach them how to recognize and grasp them.
Moura, Veloso and Kavčićs Give $16.5 Million to CMU for Data Science and Engineering Education and Research
Professor José Moura; his wife and fellow CMU faculty member Professor Manuela Veloso; signal-processing researcher and Adjunct Professor Aleksandar Kavčić; and his wife, Dr. Sofija Kavčić, have jointly donated $16.5 million to the university to support education and research activities in data science and engineering.
As the "Brains vs. Artificial Intelligence" competition nears its halfway point, Carnegie Mellon’s AI program had amassed a lead of $459,154 in chips in the 49,240 hands played by the end of Day Nine.
Mirkin will accept the award and present the Dickson Prize Lecture, “Nanotechnology: Small Things Matter,” at 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 2.