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Gigapixel Conference

Gigapixel Conference

It's literally science like you've never seen.

More than two hundred scientists, educators and students have converged on Carnegie Mellon University for the Fine Conference on Gigapixel Imaging for Science.

Together, they are exploring how science research and education can use new technologies for creating and analyzing large digital images.

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Illah Nourbakhsh, associate professor of robotics, talks about GigaPan photography, which allows people to take and share high resolution, panoramic pictures.

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Global Society & Economy

India partnership

Landmark Partnership

The Shiv Nadar Foundation and Carnegie Mellon University have announced a partnership that will make Carnegie Mellon's world-class undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering and electrical and computer engineering more available to Indian students.

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Health & Wellness

Thank you to our Veterans

Saluting Our Veterans

At CMU, students called to duty are guaranteed a spot back at the university upon returning home from service. And tuition is refunded for the semester lost. It's just one distinction that earned Carnegie Mellon a place on G.I. Jobs magazine's 2011 list of "Military Friendly Schools."

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Creativity & the Arts

Paula Wagner in Qatar

Paula Wagner: Hollywood Powerhouse

Students at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar recently got a taste of Hollywood. Renowned film producer and former top talent agent Paula Wagner was in Doha with her husband, co-chairman of Morgan Creek Productions Rick Nicita. The pair served on jury panels at the Doha Tribecca Film Festival.

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