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LaunchCMU showcases work of start-up companies

In the last year, Carnegie Mellon University professors and students have launched a record 36 startup companies. Many were on display at LaunchCMU.

Researchers use inkblots to make safer passwords

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have developed a new password security system that uses inkblots as a second line of defense to prevent hackers from discovering lists of passwords.

Electric cars may become new norm

Recent findings by Carnegie Mellon researchers suggest that the large-scale success of EVs is limited by a lack of residential parking, but solutions are possible.

Online lectures debut at CMU

Now armed with research, Carnegie Mellon has begun to integrate new technology into its for-credit classes.

Lecturers discuss future of energy and climate change

Climate and energy experts from across the country gathered to participate in a symposium last Friday in McConomy Auditorium.

How Things Work: Chemical Warfare

How things work looks at the mechanisms behind dangerous chemical agents.

SciTech Briefs

Prosthetics model limb movement Researchers at Vanderbilt University have made it possible to develop lower limb prosthetics that can duplicate the natural...

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