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Vibration sensors used to collect structural information

Professor Hae Young Noh of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at CMU, studies 'sensing structures' that can be used to get information about users' lifestyle in a non-invasive way.

Mathematical theorem detects gerrymandering in districts

Professors from Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh study gerrymandering in districts using a new mathematical theorem that uses Markov chains.

New research finds that people create their own realities

A study by Carnegie Mellon researchers suggests that people create their own realities to live the way they wish.

SciTech Briefs

This week Samsung announced the release of the new S8, NASA switched off a 17-year old satellite and SpaceX landed a used Falcon rocket.

The expansion of the universe is steadily accelerating

This week in How Things Work, learn about how the expansion rate of the universe is steadily accelerating and what it means for the future of the universe.

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