Brooke Kuei Contributing Editor

Class of 2015


  • SciTech Briefs

    Drug trafficking and deforestation

    SciTech | February 2, 2014
  • Solar Splash takes the next big step

    In a small, cluttered room in the basement of the East Campus Garage, magic is happening. Nathaniel Krasnoff, senior mechanical engineering major and the president of the Carnegie Mellon Solar Splash team, spends hours working alongside his dedicated teammates, including senior mechanical engineer KJ Lee, to build an impressive, solar-powered boat that will race in two European competitions during...

    SciTech | January 27, 2014
  • Overview of recent discoveries at CMU

    Carnegie Mellon’s researchers are constantly making new discoveries in various fields of science. Here are summaries of some recent findings that you might have missed.

    Using cuttlefish ink as novel battery materials

    SciTech | January 27, 2014
  • CMU alumna set to publish children’s book teaching binary

    Meet JSON and WiFi, two fictional robot brothers created by Lisa Seacat DeLuca, a Carnegie Mellon alumna who graduated in 2005 with a degree in computer science. Now a software engineer at IBM, DeLuca is also a mother of twin boys and the author of A Robot Story, a children’s animated eBook and board book that teaches the fundamentals of binary.

    SciTech | January 20, 2014
  • CMU physicists search for elusive dark matter

    The search for the elusive dark matter and dark energy has become one of the defining tasks for physicists and astronomers of our time. However, with the launch of the GRavitational lEnsing Accuracy Testing challenge (GREAT), researchers in fields such as statistics and computer science have been given the opportunity to research a mystery usually isolated to the astrophysics community.

    SciTech | December 9, 2013

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