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Carnegie Science Center announces winners of awards recognizing achievements in science, technology and education in the Pittsburgh region.
A new survey shows scientists and the public are divided over climate change, using animals in research and genetically modified foods
Last year, Children’s Hospital saw 100 patients who had kidney stones, said Michael Moritz, clinical director of pediatric nephrology.
“We’re super excited about that,” Astrobotic CEO John Thornton said. “We were confident going into it. I expected that outcome.”
The study led by an Allegheny Health Network researcher is to be published in the journal Pediatrics.
A University of Pittsburgh device perfuses donor livers with cooled oxygen-rich fluid to improve transplant outcomes and save more organs.
The atom smasher was the nation’s first Van de Graaf nuclear generator.
Although not particularly monstrous or snakelike, CMU’s new Snake Monster robot is an innovative step forward in modular robotics.
All six crew -- three Russians, two Americans and an Italian -- were safe in the Russian section of the orbiting station.
The booster rocket ended up in pieces in the Atlantic following a failed attempt to land on a barge.
The unmanned Falcon rocket was supposed to blast off before sunrise to the International Space Station.
The American Academy of Pediatrics study shows that extended rest after a childhood concussion may not be the optimal treatment strategy.