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- Bush Institute ranks Pitt 18th for creating impact through innovation.
- LifeX Now to Offer Wet-lab Space for Its Partner Companies.
- The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has named three Pitt faculty as 2020 Sloan Research Fellows. This fellowship "is a true mark of distinction for an early career scientist..." says Senior Vice Chancellor for Research, Rob A. Rutenbar. Congratulations to the awardees.
- The International Space Station National Lab has teamed up with Pitt's McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine to push the limits of biomedical research and development aboard the orbiting laboratory (Office of Economic Partnerships)
- National Science Foundation Funds Bridges-2 Supercomputer at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center for massive computational capacity and the flexibility to adapt to the rapidly evolving field of data- and computation-intensive research.
- Impacting Human Life Now (Center for Research Computing)
- Pitt research working to reduce carbon-based fuel consumption by reusing bus exhaust (Center for Research Computing)
- Out of the Lab to the Great Outdoors through Biological Sciences (Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences)
- Bioengineering undergraduates take their diagnostic innovation to the Rice 360° Global Health Competition (Swanson School of Engineering)
- Human Engineering Laboratories Student Spins Out Company to Produce Pneumatic Wheelchairs and Scooters (Innovation Institute)
- Performance Innovation Tournament top prize: What can help swimmers improve their strokes? (Innovation Institute)