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  • Students win 'Best Proposal'

    A group of Carnegie Mellon graduate students won “Best Proposal” in the U.S. Energy Department’s 2012 Better Building Challenge, an event held last month at the White House. The team’s victory comes as the Department of Energy is seeking to approve more federal loan guarantees for green energy projects.

    SciTech | April 9, 2012
  • From space camp to quasars: student pursues origins of universe

    Last week, after finishing her quantum physics exam, Ashley Disbrow moved on to her next task of the day: working towards a better understanding of stars, galaxies, and the origins of the universe.

    SciTech | April 2, 2012
  • SciTech Briefs

    Artificial womb lets scientists observe embryonic growth

    SciTech | March 5, 2012
  • Massive 3-D universal map explores mysteries of space

    A group of researchers led by Shirley Ho, a Carnegie Mellon assistant professor of physics, has made significant strides in analyzing a trillion-pixel, three-dimensional map of the universe. Ho and her team hope their results lead to a better understanding of the origins of the universe.

    SciTech | February 27, 2012
  • Campus News in Brief

    CMU Press’ Magpies wins gold medal award in Florida

    Magpies, a collection of short stories by Lynne Barrett published by Carnegie Mellon University Press, has been awarded the gold medal for general fiction in the sixth annual Florida Book Awards.

    News | February 13, 2012

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