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W. Seth Childers was part of two interdisciplinary teams that received the honor.
The Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) Partnerships for Opportunity and Workforce Economic Revitalization (POWER) Initiative has awarded Pitt’s School of Computing and Information $500,000 for
Webinars offered through a Pitt-Bradford collaboration with NASA will provide students from all campuses and majors with detailed resume tips and other resources.
Algorithms can reflect existing biases in data and our society and can accelerate and exacerbate harm, especially along racial and gender lines.
A new Pitt study is the first to show a connection between heat tolerance and the microbiome in animals like amphibians.
Pitt-Bradford’s new George B. Duke Engineering and Information Technologies Building named for Zippo owner
Pitt’s Board of Trustees on Friday announced the name of the building, which will feature multiple labs, a machine shop, a makerspace and more.
The award will enable his lab to further explore how bacteria cope with changes in surface tension and energy, and their adaptation to changing conditions to develop new materials.
Perched atop Langley Hall, this space for biologists and botanists boasts all sorts of living treasures.
After becoming the first Black woman to graduate from the Swanson School of Engineering, Elayne Arrington made aerospace history, too.
The toaster oven-sized system can see cars, roads and trees from space.
The funding program aims to advance ideas and solutions addressing problems in the area of pain.
Self-driving cars need to be insured if they’re going to become part of our daily lives. Koop Technologies, formed by international students at Pitt-Bradford, is collecting the data to make it happen
While impressive for its size alone, the Lego-like computer’s real innovation is in how its components are connected.
Changing bacteria in the gut can cause remarkable effects in some melanoma patients, Pitt researchers proved.
The $230,000 grant will support a rooftop solar array and educational dashboard.
They join W.E.B. DuBois, Thomas Edison and Margaret Mead in having received one of science's highest honors.
Up to $8,000 will be allotted to approved proposals.
The gift will be dedicated largely to equipping state-of-the-art engineering labs in the new Engineering and Information Technologies Building.
The award will be used to expand her Tampa-based renewable energy services company, COI Energy.
The Women in Computer Science, School of Computing and Information and the Big Idea Center will host the event for newcomers to tech and seasoned professionals.