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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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A team of researchers has developed a revolutionary new method of 3D printing battery electrodes that creates a 3D microlattice structure with controlled porosity.
Using video game technology, researchers have developed a tool that allows urban planners to create a street-level, immersive and interactive experience that can be easily modified and shared with the public.
A team from Carnegie Mellon University will compete against nine other institutions at the NASA Langley Research Center in an attempt to build and use robots to extract water from simulated Martian subsurface ice.
Carnegie Mellon CyLab is a bold and visionary effort, which establishes public-private partnerships to develop new technologies for measurable, secure, available, trustworthy, and sustainable computing and communications systems. CyLab is a world leader in both technological research and the education of professionals in information assurance, security technology, business and policy, as well as security awareness among cybercitizens of all ages.
Privacy policies for websites, smartphone apps and, especially, components of the emerging Internet of Things are usually ineffective or ignored by users, but Carnegie Mellon University researchers say properly designed privacy notices could help remedy that problem.
Researchers have developed a new approach to broadly survey learning-related changes in synapse properties.
A new study shows that training individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to acquire new information by repeating the information actually harms their ability to apply that learned knowledge to other situations.
"Heart of the Matter," is a comprehensive report on the current state of the humanities and social sciences stressing their importance in creating a vibrant, competitive and secure nation.