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Researcher helps improve algorithm for robotic surgeons

Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon teamed up with physicists and engineers from Johns Hopkins to develop a universal method of using logical reasoning to identify bugs in medical robots.

CMU receives funding to improve 3-D printing technologies

Carnegie Mellon is a member of the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute (NAMII), which recently was awarded $30 million to focus on advanced methods of manufacturing 3-D technologies.

How Things Work: scanning electron microscopes

How things work explains how scanning electron microscopes make microscopic worlds accesible to the human eye.

SciTech Briefs

SciTech briefs covers "magic" mushrooms, dinosaur embryos, transparent brains, iPhone-controlled limbs, brains during musical stimuli, and the addictiveness of potato chips.

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