The Carnegie Mellon team, led by Professor Po-Shen Loh, won the first place in the 77th William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition for the first time in history.
On March 28, during Carnegie Mellon’s Energy Week 2017, a new index to evaluate the carbon emission levels of US energy companies- the Carnegie Mellon Power Sector Carbon Index was revealed.
Scientists from CMU and Berkeley study a method that would suppress epileptic seizures using a phenomenon called Anderson localization.
Deva Ramanan, an associate professor of robotics at Carnegie Mellon, and Peiyun Hu, a Ph.D. robotics student, developed an improved method that uses foveal descriptors for detecting faces in a crowd.
This week, in How Things Work, learn about the Kardashev Scale which classifies civilizations based on the amount of energy they use.
This week, researchers found that genetics contributes to risk of second cancer in pediatric patients, traces of pesticide in Iowa water and an atmosphere around an Earth-like planet.