Articles tagged: Innovation

  • Space exploration has an innovative future ahead of it

    Scitech — April 17, 2017 (Carnival Preview)

    Members of Carnegie Mellon Student Pugwash attended the Student Pugwash Conference 2017 at Purdue University. The conference focused on space exploration and policy, ranging from topics like “Repeat M...

  • Innovation Palooza shows ingenuity in Rangos Ballroom

    News — November 16, 2015

    Leading figures in innovation gave lightning talks as part of Innovation Palooza last week, while students participated in the second ever Impact-a-Thon and saw demonstrations of innovation at various...

  • R.I.P. free Capitalism

    Forum — November 24, 2014

    Last Friday, Aereo, a service that promised to offer the free over-the-air television service that providers, media companies, and the government failed to provide, signed its death certificate with a...

  • Hebert named head of Robotics Institute

    News — November 17, 2014

    Carnegie Mellon robotics professor Martial Hebert became the director of the university’s Robotics Institute as of Nov. 15, after the Robotics Institute announced the change in leadership on Nov. 6. H...

  • CMU may make “innovation” a dead buzzword

    Forum — September 15, 2014

    With the walls of the Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall going up and continuous discussion of the soon-to-be Tepper Quadrangle, it is not hard to see that Carnegie Mellon is fast-growing and changing...

  • Build18 must supplement creativity with inclusivity

    Forum — January 20, 2014

    Some Carnegie Mellon students can find their majors restrictive and overly structured, but last week’s Build Week, part of the ECE department’s annual Build18 festival, was a commendable effort to giv...

  • Paperhouse

    Pillbox — March 21, 2011

    In recent years, post-rock has been losing the innovative spark that had been its driving force. Though first rebelling against the vocally dominated, verse-chorus-verse song structure of rock, post-r...