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Red Team wins and loses

Sandstorm, the heavily-modified Humvee designed and run by Carnegie Mellon's Red Team, failed to complete the Defense Advanced Research Program Agency...

CMU gets grant to preserve archives of Nobel laureate

The family of Dr. Clifford Glenwood Shull, the recipient of the 1994 Nobel Prize for physics and a Carnegie Tech alumnus, will donate papers and notes...

How Things Work: Magnetic Storage Devices

In this so-called "Information Age," more and more of the data on which our civilization relies is stored electronically rather than on paper. The majority...

Broken ATM turned into jukebox

Students looking to get money from the National City ATM in Baker Hall last Wednesday were surprised to find that the machine was playing music instead...

SciTech Briefs

Oral sex, mouth cancer connected A study at Johns Hopkins University announced that there may be a connection between the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)...

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