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New energy institute takes interdisciplinary approach

Last Friday, Carnegie Mellon unveiled its first official preview of the university’s newest addition: the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.

Cell-inspecting system could improve cancer diagnoses

There are relatively few tools available to help a physician determine what exact course of action when a potential tumor is found. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon are about to help them out.

Researchers to test system that helps with astro-surgery

A team of biomedical researchers at Carnegie Mellon are developing a dome-shaped containment unit that makes performing surgeries in the zero-gravity conditions of outer space a reality.

SciTech Briefs

A team of astronomers at Johns Hopkins University discovered a galaxy believed to be the oldest and most distant galaxy ever observed.

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