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Ziv Bar-Joseph is a principal researcher in the effort to better analyze large volumes of diverse data on cancer patients to produce more accurate predictions of outcomes and to enable clinicians to tailor care for each patient.
The award will support David Creswell's research to identify novel and effective treatments for lonely older adults.
CMU alumnus Telly Leung joins George Takei in a new Broadway musical telling the story of Japanese Americans during World War II.
CMU alumnus and former Pixar Producer Ralph Guggenheim pioneered not only an industry but also interdisciplinary degrees.
The CMU School of Drama alumna plays a key role in "Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2."
Chinese students who have been admitted to graduate programs at Carnegie Mellon University will receive new fellowships from the China Scholarship Council, which, together with funding from the university, federal grants and other sources, will provide up to $32 million in financial support over the next five years.
Carnegie Mellon scientists have discovered a crucial difference in the way learning occurs in the brains of adults with autism spectrum disorder.
There have been a number of inaccurate media reports in recent days regarding Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute work in cybersecurity.
This technology created at Carnegie Mellon will be further developed and tested using volunteers with above-the-knee amputations.
One CMU scholarship to a technology conference has grown into a network of Latin American women.
As part of the Global Learning XPRIZE, students and faculty have teamed up to build intelligent software to teach children basic skills.
The channel uses Carnegie Mellon computer technology to share, compile and analyze images and air quality data from a coke plant on Allegheny County’s Neville Island.
Music Director Daniel Nesta Curtis will conduct the concert at 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 22, in CMU's Alumni Concert Hall.
The show, directed by Associate Professor of Directing Caden Manson, will run through Dec. 5 in the Philip Chosky Theater in CMU’s Purnell Center for the Arts.
Called Explorable Visual Analytics, or EVA, the tool uses a novel computer architecture that enables the analyst to explore raw data through dynamic visualizations with minimal time delay.
School of Architecture's "Project RE_" Focuses on Reusing, Recycling and Re-envisioning Building Materials
A Nov. 16 dedication ceremony marks the official opening of the project's location at Construction Junction in Pittsburgh's East End.
New research from CMU psychologists shows that a simple self-rating of health accurately predicts susceptibility to the common cold in healthy adults aged 18-55 years.
A new design tool developed by Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon ensures the legged robots move as intended.
A new technology developed by Carnegie Mellon and Disney Research could enable smartwatches to automatically recognize what objects users are touching.
As Veterans Day nears, CMU alumna Commander Alysa Ambrose (DC 1995) prepares the USS Gravely for deployment to the Persian Gulf.
On Saturday, CMU students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends will assemble 120,000 nutritious dehydrated meals for people served by the global hunger-relief agency Stop Hunger Now.
The lab, a natural offshoot of CMU's Integrated Innovation Institute, will serve as an incubator of ideas and as a hotbed of technology and innovation to drive the company's transformation.
Creative. Thoughtful. Pragmatic. Ambitious. Carnegie Mellon is on a path forward for the next 10 years.
Researchers will confront the challenges of big data as members of the Northeast Data Innovation Hub.
The app allows users to get up-to-date Air Quality Index (AQI) numbers for their current location and for other locales of their choosing.
Standing-room crowd launches the David A. Tepper Quadrangle project — a historic campus expansion and a vision for CMU's future.
The technique for producing 3-D-printed hair is similar to — and inspired by — the way that gossamer plastic strands are extruded when a person uses a hot glue gun.
In the Oct. 30 issue of Science, Baruch Fischhoff critically examines these analytical methods, considering how they should be used and how they can be abused.
The groundbreaking will mark the official launch of the 4.5-acre site as the centerpiece of the university’s new north campus.
Designs by School of Drama faculty member Suttirat Larlarb dress actors in "The Walk," "Steve Jobs" and on Broadway.
CMU scientists have determined that learning detailed navigation information causes the hippocampal brain changes.