17 local students worked together at the Carnegie Science Center's Fab Lab to 3-D print and assemble 10 child-sized hands for peers overseas who lack hands or digits as a result of violent conflict.
More than ever, Pittsburgh's maker movement is receiving recognition as a national leader.
As the sound of children’s laughter echoed through the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, stakeholders from the fields of education, philanthropy and parental advocacy gathered in a cheerful boardroom to discuss ...
BotsIQ cloaks manufacturing workforce development under the guise of an annual battle-of-the-bots competition.
Help Charlie Batch fill the giant inflatable at the U.S. Steel building with toys for area kids on December 1. And more places to drop off toy donations.
Liam Welge wanted to help when he learned about kids in need. Now he's inspiring others to do the same.
We profile six new hires in the creative sector--from Mullen to MAYA--and why they moved to Pittsburgh. The right job was one reason but other factors including outdoor life and the food scene factored in.
Located in the Carnegie Science Center, Chevron’s STEM efforts work to inspire students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade with experiences in science and technology.
A new program at the Carnegie Science Center sponsored by Chevron makes math and physics highly relevant and fun through the game of baseball.
Head a few blocks east out of downtown, then make a sharp climb upward, and you’ll find yourself in Polish Hill, a nearly vertical quarter-mile expanse in a prime location between the Strip District and the Hill District. It’s a neighborhood in transition: Newcomers armed with outside-the-box renovation ideas and shoestring budgets settle in next to the great-grandchildren of Polish Hill’s earliest settlers. A cluster of artists adds to the mix in this affordable haven of creativity and community.