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Phone game helps illiterate Pakistanis find employment

Carnegie Mellon Language Technologies Institute professor Roni Rosenfeld and Ph.D. student Agha Ali Raza’s have used the phone game Polly to help illiterate people in Pakistan get in touch employers.

Researchers create battery for edible robot pills

Carnegie Mellon researchers are working to create electronically active, edible medical devices that can be implanted in a patient’s body.

Mathletes take fifth at Putnam competition

Michael Druggan, Albert Gu, and Linus Hamilton recently represented Carnegie Mellon at the William Lowell Putnam Competition, taking fifth place.

How Things Work: One-way mirrors act as useful surveillance tools

How things work explains how people can see through one-way mirrors.

SciTech Briefs

SciTech briefs covers the dangers of hookah smoke, a failed HIV vaccine study, monkeys conforming to social norms, Einstein's theory of relativity, an incredibly small insect, and gray wolves.

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