Build18 engineering fair highlights CMU students’ creativity
Build18 is an annual event held by the electrical and computer engineering department, in which teams of students are given one week and to build anything from 3-D printers to remote-control buggies.
CMU alumna set to publish children’s book teaching binary
CMU alumna Lisa Seacat DeLuca, a software engineer and mother of twins, is writing a children's novel that teaches binary.
CHIMP wins third at DARPA competition
The Tartan Rescue Team from Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center recently placed third at a robots skill challenge, winning one million dollars in the process.
Autonomous cars sharing the roads
As technology advances, self-driving cars become a reality.
This week's SciTech Briefs features a study on caffeine, chimps using hand gestures, an orbiting black hole, a portable brain scanner, the affect of a bacterium on babies, and a chemical spill.