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  • TechBridgeWorld showcases innovations

    On Oct. 29, the Perlis Atrium in Newell-Simon Hall, where TechBridgeWorld Interactive took place, had an almost festive atmosphere about it.

    SciTech | November 2, 2009
  • CMU creates super efficient, energy saving computer clusters

    Anyone walking around Carnegie Mellon’s campus can attest to the sheer amount of computer workspace available, which, while very helpful to a student in need of a printout in five minutes, causes the school’s energy input to be staggeringly high. However, Carnegie Mellon’s computer science department, in conjunction with Intel Labs Pittsburgh, has developed a new system called Fast Array of Wimpy ...

    SciTech | October 26, 2009
  • New AIDS vaccine shows great potential

    It has eluded scientists for nearly half a century. It has been one of the biggest issues in the medical field. And now, in a Thailand laboratory, a significant step has been taken in prevention of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS): Scientists have developed a vaccination that shows more potential in preventing AIDS than ever before. The experimental process was the largest and most expen...

    SciTech | October 5, 2009
  • Lee awarded scholarship

    Carnegie Mellon student Elaine Lee has been awarded the Vanguard Women in Information Technology Scholarship for 2009 for her work in math and computer science.

    Originally from New Jersey, Lee is a senior math major on the occupations research track and is looking at a minor in computer science and statistics.

    News | September 28, 2009
  • Sci/Tech briefs

    Companies work on 3-D television

    Four companies — Sony, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, and JVC — have reported that they are currently working on making 3-D television available in the home, expected for release in 2010.

    SciTech | September 21, 2009