A Step Toward Decarbonizing the Chemical Industry

Pitt Engineers Lead $3.5M DOE Project to Advance Carbon-Neutral Hydrogen Technology

The Mysterious Mechanics of Morphogenesis

Pitt Bioengineer Lance Davidson Receives $2.2M from NIH to Continue Study of Embryo Organ Development

New Software Platform Advances Understanding of the Surface Finish of Manufactured Components

Scientists from University of Freiburg, Germany, and the University of Pittsburgh develop platform that combines measurements of surface topography in a digital twin

Pitt ECE & MEMS Researchers Win 2022 R&D 100 Award

Referred to as the "Oscar of Innovation" the award recongizes groundbreaking optical sensors for harsh environments

Forging a Path Toward Safe Geothermal Energy

Pitt Engineers Receive $1.26M to Collaborate with National Labs to Unlock Vast Geothermal Energy Resources

Going Heavy Metal

Pitt is the only university in the U.S. with this giant 3D printer for metal

ChemE Student Benjamin Hudock can’t stop learning. And he doesn’t want to.

Hudock was chosen for the US Fulbright Program after years of mastering both engineering and foreign language learning.

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