Lidl, Europe’s largest grocer by revenue, has been scoping out multiple potential locations in the Pittsburgh area to build its first U.S. stores. The U.S. stores are expected to be similar to those of its European rival ALDI, with discount prices but limited selection of about 1,800 items.
Pitt Researchers have developed a new 3D bioprinted replacement technique that can replace cartilage in patients suffering from osteoarthritis.
Winners of the annual award include Michael A. Cherock, CEO, AE Works, John P. Burke, CEO, Armada; Dean Grose, President, Comtech Industries; Luis von Ahn, PhD, CEO and Founder, Duolingo
Sole Power, which makes sole inserts that harness energy, was chosen to attend the Maker Faire as an example of a new generation of Americans “that will change the planet because they are makers of things, not just consumers of things.”
A new program at the Carnegie Science Center sponsored by Chevron makes math and physics highly relevant and fun through the game of baseball.
In his visit today, Obama will discuss new “Make It In America Initiatives” to encourage the invention of more American-made products. Could be some grant announcements too.
With Hola Pittsburgh! and the Global Great Lakes Network Conference, the Pittsburgh community aims to make the region more inclusive for all.
The Mt. Lebanon resident is rolling out a sustainable enterprise to turn plastic into useful products like roofs and fences.
The Oakland-based is creating three new, entertaining apps: Squareland, Blabcake and Berry Rescue.
Join the fireside chat at AlphaLab Gear and then stay for the pitch competition. The winner gets $100k!