Imagine a 10-second COVID-19 antibody test—we’re on our way Opens in new window
Carnegie Mellon University researchers reveal fastest known COVID-19 antibody test with high sensitivity due to a unique, 3D printing technology and an electrochemical reaction.
A Tartan aims for the moon
When Lawrence Papincak earned his master’s degree in mechanical engineering, his dreams for the future were out of this world. Today, he is a research engineer at Blue Origin in the Advanced Development Program - Flight Sciences group where he is working on navigation systems for NASA moon missions.
Wildfires produce minerals that freeze clouds Opens in new window
Why do some biomass fuels create ice nucleating particles when they combust while others do not? Researchers at the Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies make an unexpected discovery.
Sea slugs to provide clues in understanding the brain Opens in new window
As the co-principal investigator on an NSF NeuroNex project, Victoria Webster-Wood will investigate the impact of neuromodulators on muscle actuation and modeling biological motor control in engineering frameworks.
CMU and CCDC ARL announce new cooperative agreement Opens in new window
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory (ARL) have entered into a $3.5 million cooperative agreement that supports machine learning-enabled additive manufacturing.
Capturing physiological signals with an app and a tap Opens in new window
For someone suffering from an acute illness or a medical emergency, the nearest healthcare facility can be several hours away in some parts of the world. Researchers are working to bridge this gap in patient care with machine learning.
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