According to the ongoing research of Sheldon Cohen, a professor of psychology at Carnegie Mellon, socioeconomic factors may greatly influence health and wellness.
Ph.D. student Kriti Puniyani has developed GINI, which uses in situ hybridization to analyze images of biological organisms at the molecular level to determine expression of mRNA.
How Things Work explores the various ways scientists have tried to create invisibility.
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Two recently published papers by Carnegie Mellon faculty include research on the neural mechanisms behind categorization and contamination testing in the Monongahela River.