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Online Dating: What Most People Are Doing WrongSusan Koeppen breaks down the online dating trend and reveals what most people are doing wrong.
CMU Students Working On Futuristic Technology That Could Change TravelSome Carnegie Mellon University students are working on a serious plan to change the way we all travel.
CMU Students Find Inspiration In Remembering Alumna Killed In Challenger TragedyOne of the astronauts aboard the doomed Challenger shuttle 30 years ago was a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.
CMU Issues Temporary Ban On Hoverboards In Housing FacilitiesCarnegie Mellon University is the latest in a long line of universities to crack down on hoverboards in their housing facilities.
Facebook-Owned Company Opening Research Office In PittsburghOculus, owned by Facebook, has confirmed that a new building in Oakland called Schenley Place will be its new Pittsburgh headquarters.
PTL Links: Jan. 18, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: CMU Celebrates MLK Day, 412 Food Rescue and Table Magazine! Click for more information about today's guests!
CMU, UPMC Develop First Flexible Robot To Assist Head & Neck SurgeryA joint venture between UPMC and Carnegie Mellon University has produced the first flexible robot to assist with head and neck surgery.
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create 'Hair' With 3-D PrinterResearchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a way to produce hair-like strands using 3-D printers.
Carnegie Mellon Partners With Boeing On New Analytics LabThe Boeing Company is investing $7.5 million over the next three years as part of a joint venture with Carnegie Mellon University to establish an aerospace data analytics lab.
Local Company Hopes New Technology Will Someday Go LunarWelcome to the moon! At least, that's the scenario as the model of a lunar landing ship enters a gravel pit owned by the LaFarge Company of Munhall.
Bright Green Autopods The Newest Way To Get Around DowntownThe newest way to get around Pittsburgh is getting people's attention.
CMU Students Win 3rd Place, $500K In International Robotics CompetitionA team of Carnegie Mellon University students finished third in an international robotics competition.

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