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Researchers create GPNAs to supress tumor growth

Researchers with the department of chemistry teamed up with scientists from the University of Pittsburgh to develop GPNAs that inhibit tumor growth in cancerous cells.

How Things Work: Why is the sky blue?

Particles in the atmosphere and the wavelengths of color determines the color you see on a clear day.

Nanoparticles less toxic than believed

A group of Carnegie Mellon researchers have made huge strides in examining the exact effects of silver nanoparticles on bacteria living in gelatinous biofilms.

SciTech Briefs

SciTech Briefs explores large quasars, global warming, a new coronavirus, music theory in synthetic materials design, and the health problems resulting from Hurricane Sandy.

IS major applies skills to data collection

Meet Kevin Schaefer, a sophomore information systems major who is conducting research for the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII).

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