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Vittorio Paolone and Andrew Mugler were recognized for their work detecting elusive particles and studying how cells behave.
“We’re pretty blessed that we’ve got so much talent and the benefit of so much research here. I’m not at all surprised that Pitt has a global impact,” said Sen. Bob Casey during his Friday tour.
A new FDA proposal could put hearing aids in the domain of pharmacists. Pitt professors want to make sure they’ll be ready.
The National Institutes of Health has given two Pitt projects $31 million to create a molecular atlas that could help researchers understand age-related diseases as diverse as cancer and dementia.
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New research led by a Pitt undergrad and psychology’s Jamie Hanson could inform interventions to help children who experience high levels of stress.
Pitt's VULCAN prototype received recognition for the Most Innovative Concept and Lightest System Mass.
The proposed design, which uses tech borrowed from quantum computers, is so radical that it doesn’t even qualify as a laser.
“The whole global autonomous community will be watching.”
Pitt researchers receive National Institutes of Health grants to support 'trailblazing' ideas in biomedical science
“The science put forward by this cohort is exceptionally novel and creative and is sure to push at the boundaries of what is known,” the NIH director said.
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Ihsan Qazi is working to make cheap smartphones as efficient as more expensive models and re-engineer websites to render on affordable devices.
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Students at Pitt’s NSF Center for Space, High-performance and Resilient Computing received the Best Paper Award for Research in Space Computing at the 2021 IEEE Space Computing Conference.
Valdis Dombrovskis tackled the complex global issues of carbon neutrality, trade and how to make technological changes work for all people in his Sept. 30 talk.
A new $25 million grant from the National Science Foundation will fund researchers from 29 organizations developing new approaches and techniques for divvying up the valuable and highly contested real
The award is given to a beginning graduate student for one year of full-time graduate work in electrical engineering.
Pitt engineers aim to break down social media echo chambers using the very technology that built them.
RIBBiTR, a new Pitt-hosted institute funded by a $12.5 million National Science Foundation grant, will research frogs and toads bouncing back after a catastrophic brush with disease.
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