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Dangerous Heartbleed bug may bleed your online accounts

The campus community received an email from Official Communications, informing them that Computing Services was looking into the Heartbleed bug and that Andrew passwords did not need to be changed.

Epigenetic patterns found in tumors

H├ęctor Corrada Bravo, an assistant professor at the University of Maryland gave a computational biology seminar at Carnegie Mellon last Friday.

Dashboard helps workers understand their electricity use

Architecture graduate student Ray Yun helped develop the Intelligent Dashboard, an application which helps workers understand their electricity usage.

Pugwash: Cryonics technology cannot yet unfreeze frozen people

Student Pugwash is a non-advocacy, educational organization that discusses the implications of science. This article is a summary of their discussion on the ethics of cryonics.

How Things Work: Google and Facebook race to provide faster Internet

This week's How Things Work is about how Google and Facebook are endeavoring to use Internet drones to provide faster Internet to the world.

SciTech Briefs

This week's SciTech Briefs are about autism screening, nanoparticle drug delivery, oesophagi transplants, and new moons.

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