TrashBot is a smart recycling bin which uses AI, robotics, computer vision, and machine learning to sort waste at the point of disposal with 95% accuracy.
Dermatology has often focused around white skin conditions. UPMC dermatologist and University of Pittsburgh professor, Dr. Alaina James, is working to change this.
Start Up is back in Pittsburgh as they interview small business owners to find out what it really takes to build a business from the ground up.
Held in the streets of Lawrenceville and established in 2021, Dan Leber and friends founded (presumably) the world’s first and only parallel parking competition.
Have a look inside this zero-waste store where you can bring your own (or buy in store) empty containers to reuse and refill from their custom selection of personal and home essentials.
This non-profit provides human milk to families and hospitals throughout a five-state region. Donors’ milk improves the health and survival of medically vulnerable babies.
Hosted and produced by Ryan O’Shea, the Future Grind podcast explores the future through science, technology, and much more.
Textile artist Rebekah Joy became inspired to produce sustainable clothing. Her company crafts one-of-a-kind textile art from second hand garments using minimal waste.
Filmed at WQED’s Fred Rogers Studio, SignTasTic is a new game show with a mission to connect the hearing and Deaf worlds through American Sign Language in a fun and compelling format.
The Wheel Mill is Pittsburgh’s first indoor bike park, with 80,000 sq ft of jumps, ramps and trails for BMX and Mountain Bikers of all ages.
This local club is dedicated to developing and promoting the sport of curling in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.
412Step is a Waltzing, Two-Stepping and Line Dancing community founded in the LGBTQA+ family of Pittsburgh.
Welcome to Pittsburgh’s “Hackerspace”. It is a community-run workshop where curiosity gets you a long way in making and experimenting!
Several times a week, Shailen “Shy” Abram plays at Braddock’s outdoor piano located at The Hollander Project.
Lumberjaxes in Millvale was the first ax throwing venue to open in Pittsburgh. Join in and get a lesson on how to throw from the AXperts!
A monthly country concert/dancing event held at the Allegheny Elks #339 featuring the area’s finest country and roots musicians.
Prototype PGH is a feminist makerspace in Pittsburgh, PA that’s cultivating a professional support network through making.
Take a ride – and a physics lesson – on the new Steel Curtain coaster at Kennywood Park in Pittsburgh.
The technology is Recycle-GAN. It can not only manipulate existing video, but also detect video that has been manipulated.
Duolingo is a free language learning tool that all started in Pittsburgh at Carnegie Mellon University by professor Luis von Ahn and his grad student, Severin Hacker.
Marinus Analytics is a woman-owned company who have designed artificial intelligence software to help law enforcement quickly search the web to rescue victims of human trafficking.
After scientists captured the first ever image of a black hole in space, an Astrophysicist and Carnegie Mellon Professor explains the science behind it and similar research CMU is conducting.
The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival brings together internationally-renowned academics, artists and innovators for select performances, talks and more.
A new industry has quickly formed around medicinal CBD. This local shop was founded on the principle that people, and their pets, should have access to quality CBD products.
The Pittsburgh Knights are our local eSports team who’s competitive spirit and more has propelled them to success in professional video gaming.
ScareHouse is known for its innovative haunted houses at Halloween. The attraction once hosted a new holiday tradition: A Creepy Christmas.
This upscale barbershop located in Dormont, Pennsylvania specializing in an elegant grooming experience, unique services, and the golden ambiance of a 1920s hotel.
Behaivior is a Pittsburgh based tech startup that is working to use artificial intelligence combined with wearable devices in order to help predict and prevent opioid relapses.