• Friday, April 18, 2014
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    Carnegie Mellon's School of Art continued for a second year an activity that brought heavy equipment and art together. On Thursday, April 10, in the CFA Parking Lot, students, staff and faculty made prints using a steamroller to spread the ink. The printmaking exercise was part of the annual Carnival Weekend activities. Prints will be for sale; contact Lauren Goshinski in the School of Art at 412-268-1533.  
  • Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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      PITTSBURGH—A team at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture has developed a dashboard that helps people to see how much energy they use at work and how to reduce this use to help the environment. Ray Yun, a doctoral student in the School of Architecture, has developed an Intelligent Dashboard to evaluate plug load energy savings in the workplace. Plug load, he explained, refers to how...