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April 28, 2014
Tepper returned to Carnegie Mellon to edify an audience on his vision for the new Tepper Quadrangle, answer questions about his business strategy and sing a few bars from Elvis’s “Heartbreak Hotel”.
Carl Kingsford and his team have developed Sailfish, a revolutionary new software that will allow scientists to analyze massive amounts of RNA gene expression data in a matter of minutes.
Colleges are right to focus on diversity, but many elite universities - including Carnegie Mellon - ignore the socioeconomic homogeneity of their student bodies.
April has not been kind to the Pirates.
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