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The Citizen Science Lab had a five-year goal to become independent by 2020, but it achieved that goal last year and now needs room to grow.
The nonprofit, housed in the Energy Innovation Center — the former Connelley Vocational High School in the Hill District — will open a second location in the spring in Bethel Park’s Landmark Building, 1699 Washington Road, the former home of Snapology, a STEM-education company.
The Citizen Science Lab was founded in 2015 under the aegis of Urban Innovation 21 and Duquesne University. It has a client list of 25 schools and 30-40 youth-oriented organizations.
It now offers adult classes on weekends in a series called Science & Brews.