Noelle Mateer

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Noelle Mateer recently returned to her home state of Pennsylvania after six years in China, where she wrote for Wired, Vice, The Economist and more. She’s originally from State College, PA, the home of Penn State, where she’s an alum. She is now studying nonfiction writing as an MFA candidate at the University of Pittsburgh. When not writing or reading, Noelle works on her cocktail-making skills. Follow her on Twitter at @n_mateer.

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Want to find the future of Pittsburgh manufacturing? Look to the robots growth

Jul. 12, 2021 12:05 pm

Want to find the future of Pittsburgh manufacturing? Look to the robots

Pittsburgh was once the manufacturing capital of the world. Now, the city’s growing status as an AI and robotics hub is transforming the industry.
Pittsburgh EdTech startups step up as schooling goes virtual news

Nov. 24, 2020 11:52 am

Pittsburgh EdTech startups step up as schooling goes virtual

Virtual learning takes off in Pittsburg lead by local EdTech startups Zoobean, Expii, and Duolingo.
Bunker Labs launches Pittsburgh chapter to aid veteran startups news

Sep. 15, 2020 8:28 am

Bunker Labs launches Pittsburgh chapter to aid veteran startups

While there is no shortage of veteran employment programs, “these are focused on more traditional forms of post-service employment. There are few programs that support military veterans who are interested in pursuing careers in entrepreneurship.” This chapter will offer programs tailored to those military skill sets that also boost interconnectivity within the city’s military-related networks.
Is Pittsburgh an emerging hub for life sciences tech? news

Aug. 11, 2020 7:35 am

Is Pittsburgh an emerging hub for life sciences tech?

More life sciences companies than ever are choosing Pittsburgh as their base, and the city may very well become an even larger hub for the field in the near future.
PittMoss aims to expand and make your victory garden peat-free news

Jun. 23, 2020 7:17 am

PittMoss aims to expand and make your victory garden peat-free

Crowdfunding just makes good business sense. “Raising funds on Republic allows your fans to be actual participants in the company, It’s also a really great publicity and marketing tool to expose our name to other investors.”

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