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By using the city’s supercomputing superpowers, their goal is to develop a global atlas of healthy cells in the human body that any researchers can access.
Stay on top of your classwork, order food and keep yourself safe with these downloads.
Merging galaxies might hurl away the gas that fuels new stars, according to a discovery by Pitt astronomers and their colleagues.
Developed by a team including a Pitt engineering professor, the technology performs calculations locally instead of relying on the cloud.
With the technology finally maturing and industry taking notice, Pitt engineers now have access to a machine that pushes the limits of additive manufacturing.
Students learn a range of technical skills including introductory digital literacy, cyber ethics and systems security.
That’s significantly higher than previously documented, say the Pitt researchers who studied more than 600 youth over an 8-month period.
A recent event at the Neighborhood 91 campus brought together the regional defense manufacturing community and showed the promise of 3D printing for industry.
Analysis of data from the U.S. and Germany found that automation reduces workplace injuries but has a negative effect on American workers’ mental health.
Pitt engineers are developing a tiny tracking system to find out.
Bacteria-killing viruses discovered by Pitt researchers are saving patients who have no other options
Two new studies from Graham Hatfull's lab show how phage therapy can help more people with dire antibiotic-resistant infections.
And University Honors College mentors want to help even more STEM students at Pitt win Graduate Research Fellowships next year.
Presenters at the Pitt event warned about the opportunity gap between those with and without high-speed internet access.
Jennifer Laaser, Dana Och and Ellen Smith in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences were nominated for excellence inside and outside of the classroom. See what makes them special.
Alum Ryan Lynch and hundreds of other users defended the Pitt logo during a massive online collaborative art project.
For Women’s History Month, Marian Gilton explains her interest in Émilie du Châtelet, who only recently has begun to gain overdue recognition.
Meet the people who mill, drill and 3D print the tools that keep Pitt research on the cutting edge.
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.