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The group’s 3D scans will be featured in an upcoming exhibit showing how objects made their way from Egypt to Pittsburgh.
The massive Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument project has already mapped millions of galaxies. It’s thanks to Jeff Newman that they know where to look.
With help from Pitt researchers, MicrobooNE was looking for a long-theorized “sterile neutrino” that would buck the standard model of physics.
This Pitt-initiated project is designed to create a greater understanding of local policing and police accountability.
Four faculty members are on teams that will point the James Webb Space Telescope at distant objects, galactic winds and exploding stars.
Teams in Taryn Bayles’ Foundations of Chemical Engineering class used their problem-solving skills to design and launch their own hot air balloons.
This is the 12th year PSC has been recognized by HPCwire.
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.
Recipients of this award represent individuals who have supported research, the communication of science and the impact of science on society.
This year’s theme was addressing hunger with bits and bytes.
COVID-19 Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists will support researchers with family caregiving responsibilities
The gift will support at least 250 biomedical early-career faculty at medical schools and their affiliated hospitals in 17 states.
The Covestro Circular Economy Program will enable graduate students at Pitt to address the challenge of global waste and material use.
How clinicians stop infectious disease transmission in hospitals hasn’t changed in more than a century. Pitt researchers are using AI and genome sequencing to change that.
Pitt’s mascot turns 112 this week, but his species hasn’t been spotted in the commonwealth for more than a century. Could we reintroduce panthers to the region? Should we?
The University has partnered with local agricultural company Fifth Season to grow lettuce, spinach and other greens using 97% less land and 95% less water than traditional farming methods.
Companies in the region are hungry for skilled machinists. Pitt’s Manufacturing Assistance Center is now providing them.
Eunice Yang will soon begin beta testing for OK2StandUP, a Fitbit-like monitor of the autonomic nervous system that predicts and prevents falls.
By avoiding a toxic and explosive chemical, Kazunori Koide’s lab could open the Birch reduction up to be used in chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
To predict the climate impact of oil as demand shifts, we need to take into account the many ways it's extracted, according to a new study in Nature by Pitt’s Mohammad Masnadi.
The portable charger will juice up your phone in just 30 minutes.