Researchers from the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed microrobots that can help clean and remove plaque from teeth.
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Penn's Kleinman Center for Energy Policy has received a $30 million anonymous gift that will allow the Center to hire new faculty who specialize in energy policy, as well as supporting its continued programming.
Sarah Bush, an associate professor at Yale University’s political science department, has been selected to be the 2019-2020 Perry World House Lightning Scholar. Bush is the first scholar selected to be part of the new program, which was launched this year.
Penn Medicine researchers established a link between childhood trauma and abnormal brain connectivity in patients with clinical depression in a recently published study. This is the first data–driven study to link changes in brain function to specific symptoms of clinical depression, according to Penn Med News.
Texas high school senior Jeramy Botwe was accepted to all eight Ivy League institutions on March 28.
Esports, or professional video game-playing, is set to gain a foothold in Philadelphia with the construction of a $50 million video gaming arena.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke hosted a meet and greet in State College, Pa. this morning.
Penn Biology professor Doris Wagner led a research team that identified specific genes which might need to be stifled, or “shut off,” to make flowers bloom. This research could have important implications for improving agriculture yields in the future.
Philadelphia ranked the 27th healthiest city in the United States out of 174 cities, according to a recent 2019 survey.
Yale and Columbia Universities will now provide free menstrual products in locations across the campuses, as announced by their respective student council bodies. The council bodies’ decisions to make available these products follow those of other universities, including Harvard and Brown.
The departure of two tenure-track professors who specialize in Asian American Studies at Harvard University has prompted three student and alumni groups to call on Harvard to create an official ethnic studies program.
Students at Temple University can now use a digital ID on their smartphones or Apple Watches to enter buildings, purchase meals, and perform other services in place of a physical student ID.
Penn Medicine expanded across the Atlantic into the United Kingdom after the launch of the Penn Medicine London center last month.
Juul has ceased selling most of its e-cigarette flavors in retail stores and has deleted its social media accounts to placate government concerns over a rise in teenage vaping.
A multidisciplinary team from the University of Pennsylvania and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia received $1.84 million in federal funds to study the effectiveness of attempts to curb cell phone usage while driving. It is one of the largest federally funded studies focused on this issue.
Jon Huntsman Jr. disclosed that he has been diagnosed with stage I skin cancer in an interview with Deseret News published last week.
Penn Medicine has purchased a 2.75-acre property near the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in University City for $16 million, Philly.com reported. The property, located at 4040 Market Street, previously hosted a care center for people with disabilities.
Penn's School of Veterinary Medicine is partnering up with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Wisconsin-Madison to start a venture aimed at developing stem cell-based methods for treating vision disorders.
Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine conducted a study finding that state expansions in Medicaid did not lead to increases in opiate-related deaths — contrary to what some critics of Medicaid have posited.
While the business school admissions process remains competitive, fewer people are applying to premiere MBA programs compared to years past.