These five tech companies are giving a boost to nonprofits in Pittsburgh and beyond with the help of UpPrize.
These five projects are trying to feed Pittsburgh's vulnerable populations with the help of UpPrize.
Duquesne Light is buying electric vehicles, and donating one to a local charity, to be chosen by the public.
Carnegie Museum of Art will showcase Styles and Customs of the 2020s, a virtual reality art exhibit created by Scatter and DIS.
"We love Pittsburgh, but we're for all of Southwestern Pennsylvania."
Timberland X Thread debuts with a line of sustainable boots, bags and tees.
The Carnegie Museum of Natual History launched Dawn Chorus, a functional and educational smartphone alarm app designed by The Studio.
The RE2 inflatable system will look less like Johnny Five and more like the Michelin Man.
BikePGH launched a survey to see how AVs interact with bicyclists and pedestrians.
“It's all about planting those seeds of awareness that manufacturing is still a viable career option and showing that we're doing some really cool stuff here in Pittsburgh."