TartanHacks embodies creativity of CMU students
TartanHacks gave hundreds of students the opportunity and motivation to create interesting and innovative applications.
Deputy U.S. chief technology officer Wong speaks at CMU
Nicole Wong, the deputy U.S. chief technology officer, spoke at CMU for Data Privacy Day.
The complexities behind menopause and why it is of evolutionary benefit
While menopause is not usually greeted with happiness, it may actually be of evolutionary benefit for humans.
Pugwash: Vagueness of net neutrality
This week's Pugwash discussion was on net neutrality.
Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman’s view on science education
Carl Wieman, the 2001 Nobel Laureate in Physics and professor of physics and of the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University, presented his views of science education last Friday.
This week's SciTech Briefs discusses how drug trafficking leads to deforestation, New York banishing swans, Neandertal DNA, and a new method of making stem cells.