The University of Pittsburgh and Alcoa are applying creative approaches to the problem of carbon dioxide emissions, aiming to create technologies that will make a difference.
This University of Pittsburgh engineer's new creation allows mothers to feed their babies while pumping additional milk for future feedings.
Meet the 150 actors who specialize in illness, helping future doctors discover the art of patient care.
Finally, real help for back pain sufferers? Pitt launches country’s first of its kind spinal certification program
Through training with chiropractors, psychologists and physical therapists, practitioners learn to heal chronic back pain.
This newly announced multi-million dollar venture fund is meant to spark life-changing immunotherapy discoveries — and keep the progress in Pittsburgh.
"We are translating known principles and known technologies," the CMI's director says, "into usable health care products that can improve lives."
That sound you hear in Oakland is the groundbreaking for new corporate and retail space.
Which small businesses will grow this year? The Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence kicks off its 2018 Fellows Class.
Since 1994, the IEE has offered customized consulting services, educational workshops and networking opportunities to the region’s small businesses.
“We’re going to make some fundamental changes and increase the competitiveness of the chemical industry in the United States."
LifeX is looking for moonshot pharmaceuticals and therapies to tackle cancer, Alzheimer's, diabetes, obesity and rare genetic disorders.