Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University
In space travel, custom parts for vehicles such as rockets and satellites are often needed quickly to accommodate changes in design, as well as for repair and functionality purposes. Additive manufacturing is an ideal technology to meet these needs, as components can be made through a relatively short cycle of design, build and test.
Lameck Beni wants to use his training for medical devices. Lameck Beni wants to create things that can help people. The recipient of a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) at Carnegie Mellon University, Beni received hands-on experience in an engineering lab working on research that may ultimately lead to the creation of small-scale biodegradable robots.
When Terry Feng graduates from Carnegie Mellon University in the spring, he hopes to find a job as a software engineer with a cutting-edge software development company. But that doesn't mean that he didn't find value in the time he spent during his junior year on Lisa Porter's research team Feng will graduate with a double major in materials science and engineering and computer science.
Grand Challenge Seminar students explore history and culture through food.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Commission on Artificial Intelligence Competitiveness, Inclusion, and Innovation released a new report aimed at providing insight for policymakers managing the impact of AI on the American economy and society.
Data provided by researchers at CMU and Texas A&M. On Feb. 20 and 21, researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Texas A&M University monitored air pollution in East Palestine, Ohio using Carnegie Mellon's Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies ' Mobile Air Quality Lab.
High school chemistry sparked positive reactions for Carnegie Mellon University student Jamie Gaitor. "For me chemistry is something that is really tangible," said Gaitor, a doctoral candidate in the Mellon College of Science's Department of Chemistry.
May the Fourth be with you. Carnegie Mellon University will have its eyes on the sky on May 4, and not because of Star Wars. Iris , a tiny, lightweight lunar rover built by CMU students, and the MoonArk, a collaborative sculpture project led by faculty, students and alumni, are set to launch on Thursday, May 4.
It's naive to imagine that the swish, swish and flick of Harry Potter's wand could turn an economically depressed, post-industrial town into a thriving neighborhood. But the transformative power of the arts to revitalize a community seems - indeed - almost magical.
Knowing its reputation as a top engineering school, Minnesota native Jing Lin applied to Carnegie Mellon University sight unseen. Now, as a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering in CMU's College of Engineering , Lin focuses on sustainability.
The newest development in softbotics will have a transformative impact on robotics, electronics and medicine. Carmel Majidi has engineered a soft material with metal-like conductivity and self-healing properties that, for the first time, can support power-hungry devices.
Eight doctoral students explained their complex research and its importance in under three minutes during the championship round of Carnegie Mellon University's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, held Tuesday, Feb.
Erin Anand is an international student from Dubai, who read something about Carnegie Mellon University when she was younger that piqued her interest. "I remember reading about CMU and this professor who 3D-printed human hearts ," Anand said.
Before he began his graduate work at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy , Adam Knapp, an active-duty U.S. Army engineer officer, could be found jumping from airplanes - along with heavy equipment - to fix runways in his role performing airborne construction operations.
On Feb. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Jen Easterly spent the day engaging the community at Carnegie Mellon University on the importance of technology product safety.