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A world leader in computer science research and education. Located in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
A world leader in computer science research and education. Located in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

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It's the end of an era: The co-founders of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, CMU's Michael Levine and Pitt's Ralph Roskies, are stepping down after 30 years.

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A new computational design tool can turn a flat sheet of plastic or metal into a complex 3-D shape, such as a mask, sculpture or even a lady's high-heel shoe.

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Congratulations to SCS seniors Rachel Holladay and Ananya Kumar, recipients of this year's Mark Stehlik SCS Alumni Undergraduate Impact Scholarship.

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Congratulations to senior Rachel Holladay of Slidell, La., winner of a 2016 Collegiate Award from the NCWIT.

Holladay was recognized for her research excellence and her leadership, in and out of the classroom.

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Navigating the privacy settings on your smartphone can require you to make more than 100 confusing decisions.

Well, guess what? There's now a smartphone app, developed at CMU, that helps simplify things.

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The future of self-driving cars includes vehicles that cooperate with, and take their cues from, humans, says CMU's John Dolan. 

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Compassion plays a role in a great engineering project, conclude researchers who examined development and deployment of a Braille writing tutor by CMU's TechBridgeWorld.

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FactCheck.org asked CMU research scientists to analyze a voice recording and determine the real identity of Donald Trump's spokesman "John Miller."

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Kyle Troutner (CS 2014) has been fascinated with Japanese culture since childhood. Today, Troutner is a software engineer at Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten.

The addition of a Japanese major while at CMU made his dream of working in Japan possible.

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CMU's Sanjiv Singh was on CNBC's The Spark, showing off a drone that can map its environment in real-time.

The technology could have uses inspecting infrastructure (like pipes and bridges) and responding to disaster scenes.
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