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CMU physics professors shed light on dark matter

Carnegie Mellon physics professors Shirley Ho and Rachel Mandelbaum have recently been selected to participate in the European Space Agency’s Euclid mission to uncover the secrets of dark energy.

CyLab seeks to map poisonous plants for better treatment

Associate ECE professor Marios Savvides and Cynthia Morton of Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s botany department, are developing a single digital database for identifying all poisonous plants.

Unconscious thinking may improve decision-making

Carnegie Mellon assistant professor of psychology J. David Creswell and alumnus James Bursley show that we have been under a misconception about the way we approach decision-making.

How Things Work: fire

How Things Work explores an important tool: fire.

SciTech Briefs

SciTech briefs covers the finite lifespan of the universive, a 3-D printed eye, a new flu drug candidate, a cyber attack on tech companies, a tiny planet, and the collection of Martian rock.

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