As the frequency and size of wildfires increases worldwide, research shows how the chemical aging of particles emitted by these fires can lead to more extensive cloud formation and intense storm development in the atmosphere.
Collaborators are developing a novel approach to inoculation that addresses both immunological effectiveness and manufacturing efficiency.
Increases in air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions caused by ridesourcing impact human health and the environment. What happens when companies shoulder that cost?
Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering is excited to celebrate Engineers’ Week 2021.
A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon’s Soft Machines Lab has created a soft robot inspired by the quick and agile brittle star, the first mobile and untethered underwater crawling robot.
To impact COVID-19 vaccination in the developing world, collaborators develop and test a new hybrid microneedle array platform capable of delivering vaccines directly into the skin.
The College of Engineering revamped its Summer Engineering Experience this year to be entirely digital. Middle school students from all over logged on for a week of exploratory learning.
Alaine Allen will join Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering as the Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
On average, transportation network company entry into an urban area increases per-capita vehicle registrations by 0.7%, compared to what they would have been otherwise.
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