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A report led by grad student Jessica Vaden shows a decrease in campus emissions by almost a third since 2008.
Several grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to cover projects undertaken between May 1, 2022, and Aug. 31, 2023.
Changing bacteria in the gut can cause remarkable effects in some melanoma patients, Pitt researchers proved.
The first-of-its-kind study points to honeybees as a potential “superspreader” of plant disease.
The grant is in the amount of $21,000.
Pitt’s partnership with an all-women, all-volunteer philanthropic organization is getting deeper, stronger and planning for perpetuity.
The Pitt and Oxford researchers' design harnesses the sun’s energy in winter and reflects it in the summer.
Angry about that headline? Then you’ll probably share this story, Pitt researchers show.
The awards support critical research at Pennsylvania universities.
The team hopes to improve accessibility and promote mainstream wireless inclusion through technology services with a $4.6 million grant.
Morgenstern will complete his project at the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain.
His book examines how in-school and out-of-school learning systems can be improved to better support young people’s learning and development.
Woodward is serving as one of six At Large Board members with full voting rights and significant responsibility for the stewardship of the organization.
A $6.2 million grant from the Wood Next Fund will help Pitt researchers find out — and potentially unlock other sleep mysteries in the process.
William ‘Buddy’ Clark and Steven R. Little are Pitt’s newest members of the National Academy of Inventors
It’s the highest professional distinction accorded to academic inventors.
He has studied health care systems in the U.K. and Kenya, hoping to bring insights back to the U.S. His next stop, supported by the prestigious scholarship, is China.
A new study from Pitt economist Osea Giuntella found that men had lower wages and workforce participation in areas with more industrial robots, among other gendered effects.
Meet Omar Sadr, a political scientist who fled Taliban violence and now leads the Afghanistan Project at Pitt.
The School of Dental Medicine was the first in the nation to implement opioid-free pain management for most procedures in its clinics. Now, the practice is spreading.
The $250,000 from the Richard King Mellon Foundation will both support Black faculty at Pitt and address Black maternal and infant health in Western Pennsylvania and beyond.