Mellon College of Science
CMU faculty members Xin Li, Sara Majetich and Bhiksha Raj have received one of the most prestigious honors in the technical community.
Carnegie Mellon University chemist Maria Kurnikova is playing a key role in the search for effective new anti-seizure medications.
Vijayakumar Bhagavatula, James H. Garrett, Jr. and David Kinderlehrer have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
The research confirms what scientists have always thought to be true: the structural connections in the brain are unique to each individual person.
Professor Neil M. Donahue has received the 2016 Pittsburgh Award from the American Chemical Society's Pittsburgh Section.
By allowing researchers to see how the tough shells break apart, the simulation provides a computational window for looking at how viruses and proteins assemble.
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research has selected two Carnegie Mellon University faculty members to receive research funding for three years through the Air Force’s Young Investigator Research Program.
The technology may offer minimally invasive treatment for genetic disorders of the blood.
The findings by researchers, led by CMU's Neil Donahue, provide greater understanding into how organic particles behave in the atmosphere.
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski was cited for seminal contributions to the development of a new polymerization process involving metal catalysts.
The Jennings Family Brave Companions Fund launches lasting research and career paths for Carnegie Mellon University students.
The Oct. 6 ceremony commemorated the start of Doerge’s deanship and celebrated the Mellon College of Science, and was the first to be held for a CMU dean.
The Sept. 30 event will bring together leading experts in early childhood development with local and state policymakers and practitioners.
At Carnegie Mellon University, teamwork doesn't just happen on the field for the nationally ranked women's soccer team. For three biological sciences majors, it follows them into the science lab.
High school students match Ph.D.-level scientists in finding most efficient ways to deliver packages.