Hanadie Yousef

Class of 2008


  • CMU team joins methanol-powered fuel cell research

    Carnegie Mellon is joining the tide of research towards creating a society based on an alternative fuel source. Prashant Kumta, a professor of materials sciences and biomedical engineering, together with his graduate and post-doctoral team is developing tiny fuel cells that use methanol, which could one day provide the fuel for technological appliances. Unlike other alternative fuel research proje...

    SciTech | February 27, 2006
  • Research Profile: The Robotics Institute


    SciTech | February 6, 2006
  • Carbon nanotube device detects genetic mutations

    University of Pittsburgh researcher Alexander Star, in collaboration with California-based company Nanomix, Inc., has developed devices made of carbon nanotubes that can detect mutated genes that may cause hereditary diseases.

    SciTech | January 30, 2006
  • Scitech Briefs

    Bigfoot is back!

    SciTech | January 30, 2006
  • Green Chemistry Event a Great Success at Pittsburgh's First Night Celebration

    Carnegie Mellon’s top green chemistry scientists put on an interactive New Year’s event at the First Night Celebration in downtown Pittsburgh. Over 1000 children had the opportunity to participate in green chemistry by being taught how to clean water using safe, biodegradable chemical reagents.

    SciTech | January 23, 2006