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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Digging Deep Into 'Catch Phrases'

Catch phrases, those expressions that roll off our tongues often, can tell us and teach us a great deal about ourselves, our circumstances, our culture and our thoughts if we…well…take the time to th…
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Cozen O’Connor Attorney Thomas Giotto Elected Fellow of The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers

Thomas Giotto, co-chair of Cozen O’Connor’s national Labor and Employment Department, has been elected a Fellow in The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. This distinguished honor recognizes a…
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If the Shoe Fits: CSAFE Study Improves Shoe Print Forensics

A new model improves how uncertainty is calculated when matching shoe print evidence, strengthening the validity of the forensics technique.
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Scrubbing Up for Fall

Spring cleaning has never ended at Carnegie Mellon. It has continued this summer and will extend through the fall.
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Live-Streamed Game Collects Sounds To Help Train Home-Based Artificial Intelligence

CMU researchers are utilizing Twitch to crowdsource database of home sounds.
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Chautauqua Invites CMU Professors to AI and Humanity Panel

Interdisciplinary experts speak about the ethics of technology.
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Music's Effect on the Aging Brain

The work that Jennie Dorris is doing could have tremendous ramifications for using music and instrumental practice in slowing cognitive decline in older adults.
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CMU Alumnus Tommy Oliver Works for Change

Dietrich alumnus Tommy Oliver was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences along with more than 800 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributi…
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Researchers Urge the Scientific Community to #StopPandemicBias

Researchers have launched a campaign to bring broader understanding to how COVID-19 will impact scientists.
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New Intelligent Science Stations Change Maker Spaces

CMU researchers examined the effectiveness of learning spaces and developed a special "intelligent science station" to help improve children's ability to learn underlying scientific principles.…
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SURF Student Decodes Death Data

Undergraduate researcher delves into causes of death inside PA prisons.
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Chautauqua Invites CMU Experts to Virtual Event

Danks and Nourbakhsh speak about the ethics of technology.
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Which Way to the Fridge? Common Sense Helps Robots Navigate

Carnegie Mellon University and Facebook AI Research have developed a navigation system for robots called SemExp.
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Career Center's Summer Seminars A Win-Win for Students, Employers

The CPDC is making connections this summer for students and employers missing the traditional internship experience due to the pandemic.
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Yongjie Jessica Zhang Receives NSF Funding for Brain Research

This project is part of the NSF's Leading Engineering for America's Prosperity, Health, and Infrastructure program, or LEAP HI for short.
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