The University of Pittsburgh's new master's degree in data science, delivered fully online through Coursera, will teach core computational concepts, data management, programming for analysis and other subjects.
Plus, a new survey has found that more than 80 percent of respondents have high-speed Internet through fiber; the Pittsburgh Digital Equity Coalition has released a new strategic plan; and more.
As electric vehicle sales continue to grow and car manufacturers set voluntary electric vehicle targets, automotive dealers and technicians in Pennsylvania say a service void has started forming.
The future site of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown's planned center for advanced manufacturing, engineering and automation will soon get an overhaul funded by a $1.5 million grant.
The recently launched IndexPGH website is trying to give potential visitors to Pittsburgh a sense of the city’s center while also answering questions they have, doing so with both numbers and anecdotes.
The Robotics Factory is the latest addition to a new emerging economic sector in Pittsburgh, and it is slated to launch this week with speakers and a reception at its Lawrenceville center.
Pittsburgh Public Schools requires facilities without air conditioning to move to remote learning when the heat index exceeds 90 degrees, and 38 of its 54 schools did so this week due to a heat wave hitting the city.
While the continuation of Pittsburgh's pilot program with battery-powered scooters has been frozen by a state budget impasse, it may restart soon with fines for the program operator for letting scooters lay around.