The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is a biographical, bioethical account of both writer Rebecca Skloot and the family of Henrietta Lacks, or HeLa.
One of Carnegie Mellon’s own professors was a contestant last Friday on NBC’s Jeopardy.
Carnegie Mellon professor of art Bob Bingham, in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon alumni Robin Hewlett and Ally Reeves, has created One Mile Garden.
Assassins is a live-action game in which participants use mock weapons — in this case plastic spoons — to “kill” other players by hitting them in the back or neck.
Carnegie Mellon professors receive awards and perform environment-related research.
Last Thursday, iTunes reached a milestone, selling its 10 billionth song. Get some fast facts about this monumental event.
Don't miss the lecture "Everything I Know About Innovation I Learned from Buggy" taking place today at 7 p.m. in the Adamson Wing.
A suspicious person was reported on Margaret Morrison Street. University Police responded to the area, but made no arrests.