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This year’s Randall Family Big Idea Competition winners want to enable renewable energy by providing the tools to store it.
A childhood fascination with DNA led Pitt junior Katie Oppenheimer to research genetic instability and its relationship to cancer.
A new Pitt study shows that the gut microbiome of mice influences their preferred diet. The results, researchers say, could apply to humans, too.
Pitt’s groundbreaking financial aid program continues to make education more affordable for Pennsylvania students and their families. Here’s the proof.
Pitt’s Omid Fotuhi found that a combination of self-affirmations and deadline reminders made students more likely to complete the admission process and attend college.
Awardees have distinguished themselves through research, service and leadership.
"It’s hard, but it’s worth it," Mylynda Massart says in this Q&A about the extra effort involved in sharing data with study participants.
Marolda will conduct research and be a guest lecturer at the University of Bari as part of a project to study European migration policies and practices in the Central Mediterranean.
The award can support up to 20 junior faculty members who experienced undue caregiving responsibilities as a result of COVID-19.
Brown will speak on his book “The Trouble with Taiwan: History, the United States and a Rising China.”
Will Evans and his team will develop and evaluate novel adaptive computer-based treatments to help improve the efficiency and long-term impact of language treatment.
A new partnership with the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research can provide faculty with translational research funding of up to $1 million over three years.
The event will include panels on facilitating learning about data, sustaining the impact of project activities, lightning talks and a poster session.
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) elected University of Pittsburgh faculty members Fabrisia Ambrosio and Ramakrishna Mukkamala to its College of Fellows. Ambrosio
Liu’s research and teaching expertise is in consumer behavior, with a focus on work that increases the appeal of health activities in social contexts.
"The real innovation lies when you think about the beginning of design,” says Melissa Bilec, co-director of Pitt’s Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation.
The Public Health Trans-Disciplinary Collaboration Pilot Awards support projects that use data science to develop targeted health interventions. Here are the 5 winning projects.
Theresa (Tess) Kwon, a PhD candidate in marketing at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, is one of two joint winners worldwide in a Society for Consumer Psychology competition. Kwon was
Hoberman is the first person ever to receive this award from the Clinical Research Forum on two separate occasions.
Konstantinos Pelechrinis in the School of Computing and Information examined whether players can continue a streak of making many consecutive shots, also known as having “hot hands.”