Category Archives: Tartan

CMU Students Ride Vomit Comet Over Spring Break

Although plenty of students probably experienced feelings of dizziness and vomiting over their spring break, it’s doubtful that they were studying astrobiology 30,000 feet above the ground at the time. More >


New tissue engineering exhibit opens

Most of the people crowding the Carnegie Science Center this weekend came for PirateFest, but some stayed to see the “Tissue Engineering for Life” planetarium show about bone tissue engineering. After ten minutes of starting and stopping, while the announcer apologized for “technical difficulties,” the Henry Buhl, Jr., Planetarium darkened, stars came out, clouds drifted across the sky-dome, and the show began. More > (PDF)