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Carnegie Mellon University

5000 Forbes Avenue
15213 Pittsburgh
USA
Tel.
+1412-2682000

www.cmu.edu

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Carnegie Mellon is a private research university with a distinctive mix of programs in engineering, computer science, robotics, business, public policy, science and social science, fine arts and the humanities. More than 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students receive an education characterized by its focus on creating and implementing solutions for real problems, interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation. A small student-to-faculty ratio provides an opportunity for close interaction between students and professors. While technology is pervasive on its 145-acre Pittsburgh campus, Carnegie Mellon is also distinctive among leading research universities for its world-renowned programs in its College of Fine Arts. A global university, Carnegie Mellon has campuses in California's Silicon Valley, and Qatar, and programs in Asia, Australia and Europe.

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    Figuring out the 3-D shape of molecules with a push of a button

    An international team of researchers led by Carnegie Mellon University chemist Roberto R. Gil and Universidade Federal de Pernambuco chemist Armando Navarro-Vázquez has developed a program that automates the process of figuring out a molecule's three-dimensional structure. The technique com ... more

    Surgery on nanoparticles

    A team of chemists led by Carnegie Mellon University's Rongchao Jin has for the first time conducted site-specific surgery on a nanoparticle. The procedure, which allows for the precise tailoring of nanoparticles, stands to advance the field of nanochemistry. The surgical technique develope ... more

    'Thubber,' a stretchable rubber that packs a thermal conductive punch

    Carmel Majidi and Jonathan Malen of Carnegie Mellon University have developed a thermally conductive rubber material that represents a breakthrough for creating soft, stretchable machines and electronics. The new material, nicknamed "thubber," is an electrically insulating composite that ex ... more

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