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Up to this point, the vaccine has been tested on lab mice and monkeys. Human clinical trials are expected to start in 12 to 18 months.
The $30 million, however, represented only one percent of Penn’s $3.18 billion Academic Operating Budget in the 2015 fiscal year. A budget presentation released by Wolf also showed that Penn receives more state appropriations than a number of similarly-sized private universities.
“Know your history, know yourself! We are not your model minority,” students declared at a protest held in front of College Green on Monday afternoon.
Penn President Amy Gutmann, along with Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber, helped draft a letter to President Donald Trump criticizing his executive order on immigration.
“The fossil record itself is the ultimate database of evolution,” Lauren Sallan said. “It’s not a dead field much like the specimens.”
Religious groups gathered at the LOVE statue today to show support for those affected by Trump's immigration order
Holding white flowers handed out during the gathering, participants stood silently while speakers stepped up to the microphone one by one to share their messages of solidarity.
The online education company Coursera has once again partnered up with Penn to launch a program specifically designed for governments and nonprofits in an effort to close increasing skills gap in the workforce.
Students will have a chance to participate in an interactive website where they will be able to annotate the text and share their comments with the rest of the group over the summer. The groups will still meet during NSO to discuss the text in person.
Two Harvard University officials were targeted last week in a blog post on "VDARE," a white nationalist website promoting strict anti-immigration laws.
Nowell’s work helped identify genetics as a viable cause of cancer for the first time. His discovery fueled years of scientific research that eventually led to the creation of Gleevec — a drug that transformed chronic myeloid leukemia from a deathly disease to a chronic one that could be kept under control for a long time.
The Human Pancreas Analysis Program, led by Penn Medicine professors Ali Naji and Klaus Kaestner, will bring together researchers from multiple disciplines at Penn to analyze the human pancreas.
One of the nation’s foremost scholars on racial equity and education, Professor Shaun Harper, will be leaving Penn to launch the USC Center on Race & Equity as executive director.
The chairman of Portland Community College’s board of directors, Gene Pitts, has resigned from his position after the school’s vote last month to adopt the sanctuary campus label.
One company has a successful commercial and philanthropic business model based on something unexpected: tampons. Following the philanthropic business models of Toms Shoes and Warby Parker, the company Cora is helping to redefine the feminine hygiene landscape across India and Kenya.
Gui and his startup team have now developed glasses that serve as activity trackers, wireless headphones and Bluetooth mics for phone calls.
Two days following the victory of the President-elect Donald J. Trump, four faculty members of the Political Science Department spoke at a panel to discuss and unpack the outcomes of the 2016 presidential election.
Hillary Clinton to rally in Philadelphia on Monday night alongside the Obamas, Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen
The rally, featuring the Clintons, Obamas, Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen, will begin at 7 p.m. on Independence Mall.
SAY is a cross-cultural and cross-generational online Korean language service program that connects the Korean elderly with Korean language learners.
Hamilton and others spoke in support of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in West Philadelphia Sunday on behalf of the group Mothers of the Movement, which represents mothers who have lost sons and daughters to fatal encounters with law enforcement.