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  • SciTech Briefs

    CERN creates record particle collision

    SciTech | April 5, 2010
  • Carnegie Mellon cricket team members honor service of fallen police officers

    Carnegie Mellon’s cricket team hosted a benefit match last Saturday at noon for three Pittsburgh police officers who lost their lives last year.

    The three officers, Eric G. Kelly, Stephen J. Mayhle, and Paul J. Sciullo II, lost their lives in April 2009 while answering a domestic call in the Stanton Heights neighborhood. It was the first on-duty death of Pittsburgh officers in 18 years.

    News | April 5, 2010
  • Doomsday Clock becomes digital

    Considering the amount of fear in the world today, it is no wonder that the Apocalypse is on many people’s minds. On the top of the list of potential disasters are nuclear war, natural disaster, disease, and future elections. To account for the rise in world destruction pre-planning, scientists have renovated the design of the Doomsday Clock, moving from the face-and-hands model of the 1950s into ...

    Special | March 29, 2010
  • Privacy nudges protect information

    As more of our affairs can be managed online, privacy on the Internet becomes more of an issue. Research at Carnegie Mellon has centered on the idea of “privacy nudges,” which will give warnings when inputting personal information online. A team of professors — Lorrie Cranor, an associate professor of computer science; Alessandro Acquisti, an associate professor of information technology and publi...

    SciTech | March 22, 2010
  • SciTech Briefs

    Less massive dark matter discovered

    In the Soudan mine of Minnesota, two experiments — the Cyrogenic Dark Matter Search (CDMSII) and the Coherent Germanium Neutrino Technology (CoGeNT) — have yielded results that may lead to new information about the size and sensitivity of dark matter, which is thought to be the most abundant form of matter in the universe.

    SciTech | March 1, 2010