Five Carnegie Mellon students — four graduate students and one undergraduate — shared their stories of life, love, and science.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon and Disney Pittsburgh have developed a motion tracking technology called Lumitrack, which will not only significantly improve many motion tracking technologies.
Researchers are working on a project, called Models for Enabling Continuous Reconfigurability of Secure Missions, that strives to increase security in cyberspace.
How Things Work explores echolocation, the main form of communication for bats and dolphins.
Carnivorous mouse aids research on pain signals Researchers at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas have discovered that the southern grasshopper...