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Cultivating companies: 14 start-ups sprout from CMU research

Google. Microsoft. The mere mention of these names conjures up images of ticker tape, office space, and 40-something executives with salaries rivaling...

How Things Work

Walking through an airport metal detector 10 years from now will be a different experience than it is today. Most walk-through metal detectors today...

Microsoft establishes ETC scholarship

Upcoming minority science graduates across the country may now have even more opportunities to study at Carnegie Mellon. Recently, Carnegie Mellon and...

Tartan Racing to compete in 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge

Navigating the urban jungle just got a whole new meaning for one Carnegie Mellon team. The University recently announced its upcoming participation in...

Scitech Briefs

Fly genes show sign of global warming A recent sampling of fruit fly genes by a group of scientists revealed a startling verification of the global warming...

How Things Work

Once in a while we hear news about an air crash that killed many people. As news spreads about this catastrophic event and fingers start to point at...

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