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TartanHacks provides 24 hours of intense competition

Nearly 200 Carnegie Mellon students gathered their coffee, energy drinks, and inventive spirits as they prepared for TartanHacks.

Professor Lori Holt receives the Troland Research Award

Recently, the National Academy of Sciences has acknowledged Lori Holt's important contributions to psychology by naming her a recipient of the Troland Research Award.

Researcher receives grant to improve electrical grid

Gabriela Hug was recently awarded a five-year $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to fund her groundbreaking research on improving our power grid’s efficiency.

How Things Work: Google Glasses

Google’s influence on the technological world means that Project Glass could be one of the most popular manifestations of an electronic wardrobe.

SciTech Briefs

Scitech Briefs covers stem cell therapies, Neanderthal cloning, vomiting robots, retiring chimpanzees, penguins, and flu tracking.

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