Sean Min

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  • Sensors take 3D heart cell readings

    Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (NTU Singapore) have collaborated on a revolutionary “organ-on-an-electronic-chip platform.”

    SciTech | September 9, 2019
  • DNA analysis for early virus detection

    Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Chemical Engineering is working to create a form of biomanufacturing that will be able to scan and test for adventitious agents while biopharmaceuticals are being produced.

    SciTech | April 15, 2019
  • Disease surveillance can detect any virus

    During the Zika virus outbreak, public health officials attempting to stop the virus from spreading further and scientists trying to understand its genetics were limited by the fact that the blood of a sick patient does not contain very many Zika virus capsids. In response to the outbreak, researchers in Broad Institute scientist Pardis Sabeti’s laboratory developed a new computational method know...

    SciTech | February 11, 2019
  • Converting carbon dioxide emissions into clean fuel

    Haotian Wang, a fellow at Harvard University’s Rowland Institute, and his team have recently detailed improvements they made to a system they first outlined in 2017. This system was already capable of reducing carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide, a reactant commonly used in a variety of industrial processes, but the the team has made it drastically more practical and effective.

    SciTech | November 19, 2018
  • Carnegie Mellon Spends Nearly $17 Million On Shadyside Apartment Complex And Plans for the Future

    On Nov. 2, Carnegie Mellon purchased a Shadyside apartment complex known as Fifth Neville for $16.98 million, one of its most expensive real estate investments to date.

    News | November 12, 2018