In honor of Black History Month, the Innovation Institute is highlighting the life of William Hunter Dammond, a civil engineer and inventor of a train signaling system that bore his name.
Two recent federal grants have supercharged the progress of a non-invasive nerve blocking or stimulating technology from the lab of Pitt associate professor of urology Changfeng Tai as the startup formed around it prepares for clinical trials.
Camels have been helping people travel through the desert for millennia, and alpacas and llamas have long been raised for their silky fur.
The Start Smart series of legal seminars for entrepreneurs recently held a session on funding a startup. If you missed it, never fear, you can watch the recording of the Zoom session here.
In a year that threw the world a giant curve ball, the Pitt Ventures Student Challenge went virtual for 2020 and hit a home run.