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View Resource Carnegie Mellon Nanofabrication Facility

A premier research laboratory in the College of Engineering, the Carnegie Mellon Nanofabrication Facility is one of the most well equipped university based facilities for thin film and nano/micro device development in the United States. The Nanofab includes a cleanroom with 2,600 square feet of class 100 space and 1,200 square feet of class 10 space, as well as three thin film labs. The Nanofab...

View Resource Retrospective on Optimization

Two chemical engineering professors at Carnegie Mellon University are the authors of Retrospective on Optimization, a fairly comprehensive paper chronicling the history of optimization problems and the development of solution methods. The 51-page document is divided into two main parts; the first outlines some of the most significant advances in the field, and the second looks ahead toward key...

View Resource ALICE

Alice is a teaching tool for introductory computing and for teaching problem solving and sequencing skills. This downloadable software offers an innovative 3-D programming environment that makes it easy to create an animation for telling a story, playing an interactive game, or a video to share on the Web. It uses 3-D graphics and a drag-and-drop interface to facilitate a more engaging, less...

View Resource Flash Tutorials for Biological Sciences

Over the past few years, staff members at Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Biological Sciences and the Office of Technology for Education have created an impressive suite of multimedia course materials to assist science instructors. The materials here are divided into four primary sections, including "Interactive Animations", "Biology Labs", and "Supplemental Interactives". In the...

View Resource Workplace Privacy - An Oxymoron

Companies often monitor employee computer and email activity. A law professor from Bentley College writes about workplace privacy in an essay from 2003. Citing a number of hypothetical examples, the author weighs the employees' rights versus those of the company.

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