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Appealing to their sense of rebellion might be the key to helping teens cut back on social media use, the Pitt psychologist's research shows.
The secretary met with Chancellor Patrick Gallagher, Center for Vaccine Research Director Paul Duprex and other leaders as part of his tour.
The Honors College celebrates the relaunch of the Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review — a student-led journal of scholarship and creative works — with a new open-access platform thanks to the library
New America is an organization committed to investing in thinkers who generate ideas that impact and spark new conversations about the most pressing issues of our day.
The award is given to five graduate students based on academic record, student activities, geothermal industry experience and career goals.
Tia-Lynn Ashman and a team of Pitt biologists put a network of plants and pollinators under the microscope to tackle a tough question in ecology.
Seema Lakdawala’s lab is part of a new multi-institutional partnership that will assess the pandemic potential of new viruses.
Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Professor Mary Margaret Kerr shares insights on how to help children make meaning of tragic events.
Lasers, fiendishly complex calculations and some of the coldest temperatures on Earth led to physicist Vincent Liu’s recent superfluid discovery.
Case Western Reserve University and the University of Pittsburgh will launch a joint center this fall that uses cutting-edge data science and materials research to help companies make more reliable
Kim Wong and Adam Hobaugh, co-directors at Pitt’s Center for Research Computing, are on a mission to make advanced computing and data services accessible to all researchers.
A recent hands-on, kid-friendly event at the Carnegie Science Center sought to make good information go viral.
Entrepreneur Rhonda Schuldt will be the next leader of the Big Idea Center, an on-campus innovation hub open to all students.
Abdominal aortic aneurysm is the 15th leading cause of death in the United States. It occurs when the aorta weakens and begins to irreversibly dilate, like a slowly inflating balloon. If left
As the new vice chancellor for research infrastructure, Robert K. Cunningham will focus on the effective operation, financial stability and future growth opportunities across Pitt research platforms.
Shelome Gooden, Pitt’s first-ever assistant vice chancellor for research in the humanities, arts, social sciences and related fields at the University of Pittsburgh, is one of eight new Research
Improving access to broadband, technology and creating personalized learning environments were some of the top recommendations noted in the report from Pitt’s Institute of Politics.
Ghady Haidar is learning more about vaccination efficacy in immunocompromised patients and beyond.
Rising senior Dalya Berkowitz credits her mentor, Pitt political scientist Burcu Savun, with the support and research experience needed to give her career in international relations a running start.
They’re on your toothbrush, in your clothes and mixed into your makeup: Silver nanoparticles have germ-killing properties, but could they be adding to antimicrobial resistance?