Carnegie Mellon University
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It’s a big night for NCIS fans Tuesday night with season 10 wrapping up.
Did you know a carrot cut with a sharp knife tastes different than one cut with a dull blade? Serious chefs say it’s true and that notion has students at CMU headed to the kitchen.
If you want to solve a problem, call an engineer. Or, in this case, 75 engineering students at Carnegie Mellon University.
The president of Carnegie Mellon University says charges have been filed in connection with an incident in which a student dressed in a religious garment but was naked from the waist down.
A Carnegie Mellon art student who dressed up as the pope — naked from the waist down — has started a fire storm of controversy.
At an annual art school parade, a female student dressed up as the pope, and was naked from the waist down while she passed out condoms.
Paying by cash is so 20th century and soon-to-follow may be swiping those credit cards, according to four Carnegie Mellon University seniors who have developed a new way of making purchases called Paytango.
In the labs at Carnegie Mellon University they’ve developed what previously was only possible in science fiction.
The Richard King Mellon Foundation has given $37 million to two western Pennsylvania universities.
Carnegie Mellon University has suspended a fraternity while police investigate claims that sexually explicit videos and pictures were taken in the fraternity house and shared among members.
Just when you thought cameras had every angle of a football field covered, a project by students at Carnegie Mellon University could have you seeing the game in a whole new perspective.
They are calling it a merger of equals — the consolidation of Office Max, a Illinois-based company, with Office Depot, an Florida-based company — to become one giant office supply store better positioned to take on number one Staples.
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George Washington Carver, David Crosthwait and Patricia Bath are just a handful of African Americans who have created products or devices to improve our living standards.