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Philosophies vary on numerous fronts: more small fingerlings or fewer catchable trout to marking trout for future research or not?
The more severe the depression, as measured by hospitalizations and other treatment, the higher the risk of Parkinson’s, researchers found.
Carnegie Mellon professor George Loewenstein said results of a “sex and happiness“ study on married couples may not reflect real life.
Montgomery County couple challenges law that bars parents from suing a doctor for failing to inform them about possible birth defects.
It looks like an ATM machine with a video monitor looming above it. And it might be the next big technology in lie detection.
Polygraphs are not permitted in Pennsylvania courts during the trial phase.
Beekeepers blame pesticides, mites and lost habitat for high honeybee die-off rates nationwide; Pennsylvania’s rate is 61 percent.
Researchers have determined that the opah, or moonfish, can keep its internal temperature 5 degrees Celsius warmer than its environment.
‘Co-opetition’ brings rivals Astrobotic and its partner CMU, and Japanese team HAKUTO to LaFarge company slag site in West Mifflin.
In a small study of heart bypass patients, surgeons injected the paralyzing toxin into fat pads that can build up around the heart.
The students’ projects feature a flying robot, a computer app and breast cancer research in the Intel science fair.
The worrisome honeybee die-off apparently grew worse last year, researchers say.
Student science and engineering projects at the Intel International fair in Pittsburgh range from GPS dog collars to a wall-climbing robot.
“Some of the biggest discoveries have been discovered accidentally,” said chemistry Nobelist Sir Harold Kroto during an international fair.
From pills to prosthetics, student researchers put their work on display at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
More than 1,700 of the world’s top science students will gather for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, opening today.
Middle-aged type 1 diabetics had more severe brain abnormalities than a similarly aged control group without the disease.
Peer-reviewed study finds health co-benefits would result from implementing the controversial federal Clean Power Plant Rule
Google’s mobile search requests are outstripping requests in nine other countries as well.
Pittsburgh Brookline PreK-8 third-graders have forged a bond with mentor Lexie Bouchard, a seventh-grader battling the congenital condition.
The prize for Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, awarded every two years, consists of a medal, a citation and a $250,000 award.
No one before has attempted a solar-powered flight over such a large expanse of ocean — 5,070 miles.
The hope is to use the mascot’s fame to call attention to efforts to protect endangered mountain lion species.
NASA’s spacecraft Messenger ended its mission Thursday by crashing into the closest planet to the sun at a speed of almost 9,000 mph.
The operation, aided by doctors with Pittsburgh ties, removed 48 pounds of excess skin from Paul Mason, who once weighed 980 pounds.
Pennsylvania has had the most cases of Lyme disease nationwide for the last five years.
African Americans who ate foods high in fiber and low in animal proteins and fats experienced declines in risk factors for colon cancer.
American Academy of Pediatrics reinforces its guidelines, which urges schools to not exclude students from class.
Vampire squid can live nearly 2 miles beneath the surface, so much less is known about them than shallower squid.