CMU wins awards at Better Buildings case competition
A team of graduate students from Carnegie Mellon recently won two awards at the Department of Energy’s Better Buildings case competition.
Professor authors book on future of robots in society
In his new book, Robot Futures, Carnegie Mellon professor Illah Nourbakhsh discusses imminent robot innovation and its implications for society.
Professor studies particles that determine climate
Assistant professor of mechanical engineering and chemistry Ryan Sullivan is responsible for looking at how Asian dust that arrives on the West Coast in spring determines precipitation in California.
The science behind a breakfast staple
How things work explores the structural qualities of eggs in the wild, as well as their nutrition and uses in the kitchen.
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