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Carnegie Mellon senior dreams of robots

A student at Carnegie Mellon works on machinery used on earth, but has big plans for robots that will travel the far reaches of space.

Flying cars may soon become a reality with Carnegie Mellon research grant

Carnegie Mellon researchers have received a grant to develop a flying car that is planned for military use.

Students can learn chemistry through cooking tasty food

What's the difference between a science lab and a kitchen? One class at Carnegie Mellon shows the two are quite similar.

How Things Work: Acoustic levitation

Scientists have developed a method of levitating small objects by creating standing sound waves.

HealthTalk: Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva

Learn about a rare disease that turns body tissue, such as muscles and tendons, into bone.

SciTech Briefs

Scientists have discovered the first planet that did not originate from our Milky Way galaxy, but rather a galaxy was engulfed billions of years ago.

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