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Airviz Inc. wants to help Pittsburghers breathe easier
Ian Magazine, president and CEO of Airviz, Inc., in the company's laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University (Credit: Kristina Marusic for EHN)

Airviz Inc. wants to help Pittsburghers breathe easier

While the Steel City has gained acclaim for its sports teams and universities, let’s face it, the city’s air quality can leave a lot to be desired.

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