Knowing firsthand how the informal learning adventures at Carnegie Science Center can help kids dream big, one donor couple wants to expand who has access.
Daisy Lampkin, one of the suffrage movement’s trailblazers, called Pittsburgh home. Her remarkable story is now part of Carnegie Science Center’s Miniature Railroad & Village.
The next-level Buhl Planetarium is more immersive, more realistic, and more awe-inspiring.
Carnegie Science Center pairs local high schoolers with STEM professionals in a program designed to teach both new skills.
The Science Center’s new PPG Science Pavilion will welcome more young learners, expand the kinds of science fun they can cook up, and bring large-scale traveling shows to the region.
How a corporate lawyer-turned-artist transformed a favorite childhood toy into sought-after artwork, inspiring countless kids to rethink what is art and who can make it.
More than 2,000 area students participate in STEM competitions each year through Carnegie Science Center. For some, it ignites a lifelong passion for science.
Pittsburgh’s legacy of engineering excellence is far from a thing of the past. The region’s big thinkers continue to find solutions to big problems.
When self-described “maker” Liz Whitewolf learned that her daughters wanted loft beds, she didn’t take them shopping. Instead she helped the girls, then ages 5 and 7, design and build their own. With this, they too caught the maker bug. Now in middle school, the pair uses the laser cutter, 3D printer, and even the … Continued
Carnegie Science Center partners with local workplaces to inspire young women to expand their vision of their life’s work.