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First years conduct research on bacteriophages
A new all-freshmen class, called "Phage Genomics Research," has first-years engage in a nationwide research project.
CMU gets grant to study HIV
Judith Klein-Seetharaman has been awarded a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to study HIV.
How Things Work: Intelligent Cutlery
Electronic cutlery may soon be able to help cooks prepare food with just the right amount of salt and sugar.
Health Talk: LASIK Surgery
LASIK surgery, which permanently corrects vision, is rapidly becoming popular.
NASA auctioned ten of its for $50,000 in Chicago last week.
Doctors at Pittsburgh have shown that bone marrow transplant may be able to cure sickle cell anemia.