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Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon University challenges the curious and passionate to imagine and deliver work that matters.

A private, global research university, Carnegie Mellon stands among the world's most renowned educational institutions, and sets its own course. Start the journey here.

With cutting-edge brain science, path-breaking performances, innovative start-ups, driverless cars, big data, big ambitions, Nobel and Turing prizes, hands-on learning, and a whole lot of robots, CMU doesn't imagine the future, we create it. 

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Research from a Carnegie Mellon expert showed the world could lose as much as 41% of its total glacier mass this century — or as little as 26% — depending on today's climate change mitigation efforts.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have recently demonstrated advances in the integration of perception and action that would allow automakers such as Ford Motor Company and others to improve their production process using robots with greater flexibility and capability than ever before.
Study shows the low-cost catalyst can be a viable alternative to platinum that has stymied commercialization of the eco-friendly fuel for decades because it’s so expensive
University of Florida researchers are developing a new artificial intelligence tool that will help clinicians identify patients at high risk for opioid use disorder and overdose.
CMU researchers who, upon learning their labs were required to temporarily close in the ongoing effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, sought to donate their PPE to health care workers on the front-lines of the fight against the new coronavirus.
Experts at Carnegie Mellon University are trying to battle misinformation
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Toronto and University College London have found an imaging technique that enables them to reconstruct images in great detail.
Research from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Kansas found sharing information online can do more harm to romantic relationships than good. They did, however, find a way to counteract its negative effects. If you often post about your life, include your better half in the post.
Researchers are examining ways to recycle electric vehicle batteries to help ensure that the influx of lithium-ion batteries doesn't undo the good work of electric vehicles.
A new Carnegie Mellon University study suggests smartphone-based mindfulness training may help individuals feel less lonely and motivate them to interact with more people.