College sophomores Nebiyu Osman and Ainesh Ravi had just enough free time during finals last semester to think of the next million-dollar idea: a social-networking website dedicated to both pre-med information and interaction.
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The war on terrorism is taking a science-fiction plot twist with the introduction of new, and very real, gains in mind reading, mind control and human enhancement.
History and innovation collide at the Wistar Institute, where scientists are breaking ground on a new facility while continuing their commitment to ground-breaking research.
The United States is supporting university-based research and innovation through the single biggest reform in patent law in over 50 years and Penn hopes to benefit.
Faculty members from the Perelman School of Medicine and the Wharton School are crossing disciplinary lines in order to combat rising healthcare costs.
Some medical atrocities have been kept secret throughout history, but the Presidental Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues — chaired by Penn President Amy Gutmann — is doing its part to uncover these tragedies.
The new director of the Abramson Cancer Center is putting his passion for interdisciplinary teamwork at the heart of his plans to foster research and improve patient care.
While Penn remembers the brave souls of 9/11, the School of Veterinary Medicine is honoring a different breed of hero.
While students drag their cardboard crates across campus, transplant patients are finding community and experiencing their own move at the newly opened Clyde F. Barker Transplant House.
When Los Angeles producer Marc Platt became the president of TriStar pictures, executives from the company looked to him to determine their next hit movie. It was then that Platt realized that the choices he made in the film industry could affect social change.
For a moment, a diverse cross-section of the Penn community closed its eyes and tried to imagine what it might feel like if they were imprisoned for doing nothing wrong.
When Sam Graham-Felsen — chief blogger for the 2008 Obama Presidential Election Campaign — dedicated a post to the 75,000th campaign donor, it was not because of the donation amount.
Guests spilled out of the Arts Cafe and into the living room of the Kelly Writers House to share their Valentine’s Day with an acclaimed author.