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Model predicts flu strains for vaccine production

A Carnegie Mellon professor has developed a model that will make influenza vaccines more effective and applicable to a multitude of diseases.

CAPS investigates causes and implications of air pollution

A team of researchers at CMU investigate air pollution, its implications, and the particles that cause them.

Handheld technology increases sales for GE

Graduate students at Heinz college improve the efficiency of a division of General Electric by wirelessly connecting salespeople to their offices.

How Things Work: Solar Cells

Solar cells provide an efficient source of energy, and their technology is constantly being improved.

Health Talk: Morgellons

Morgellons is a controversial disease characterized mainly by fibers growing from the skin, along with other syndromes.

Sci/Tech briefs

New technology allows viewers to see 3D on TV without having to wear glasses.

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