Netflix TV series “13 Reasons Why” generated controversy upon its March 2017 release, as its first season featured a graphic scene that portrayed a teenage girl’s suicide. A new Annenberg Public Policy Center study found watching the show for its entire second season may actually decrease suicide risk in some viewers, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
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Penn Medicine and researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia successfully treated a deadly lung disease in a mouse using the applied gene editing technique CRISPR, Penn Medicine News reported.
Using novel imaging techniques, Penn researchers found stem cells can control their transformation into other types of cells, Penn Today reported.
Jerome Sklaroff, a longtime Penn Dental professor, died in his home on March 18 of a blood disorder, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
The Wharton School announced the creation of the Stevens Center for Innovation in Finance on Thursday, a new financial technology center which is one of the first of its kind.
Owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and 1986 Wharton graduate Joshua Harris and his wife Marjorie donated $10 million to the Wharton School as part of the university-wide Power of Penn fundraising campaign. The donation will create the Joshua J. Harris Alternative Investments Program to expand research opportunities for students and host events that connect students to alumni and experts in the industry.