To combat competitive club culture, Penn Labs is working with student government to launch a new website that will list club selectivity and consolidate club information.
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Penn Medicine researchers have used the gene-editing technology CRISPR to treat two cancer patients in the first ever human trial with CRISPR in the United States, a University spokesperson confirmed to NPR on April 15.
Therapy pigs are the latest set of animals brought to Locust Walk, this time by a team of five Wharton students in an entrepreneurship class.
The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology — commonly referred to as M&T — held its second annual summit on Saturday. Students heard from investors and entrepreneurs, interacted with program alumni, and saw presentations of senior student design projects.
Tzipi Livni, widely regarded as the most powerful woman in Israeli politics, spoke at Penn Wednesday night about the nuances surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and her work towards resolving the issue.
Every Monday evening, students taking URBS 140 study personal finance with an NFL football player.
Every year in early March, Perelman School of Medicine students Kevin Zhang and Sarah Santucci take their home grown exotic plants to showcase at the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Penn researchers have found a link between sugar and the way cells communicate, using a groundbreaking method for studying the intricate details of human cells.
The Penn Museum opened a new exhibit Saturday showcasing its extensive Egyptian collection, allowing visitors to see how artifacts are conserved.
A new study conducted at Penn’s School of Veterinary Medicine has discovered that an FDA-approved drug, reserpine, may disrupt the metastasis of cancer cells.
At a spice and chili workshop Monday night, students were able to make and taste their own chili, grind their own spices, and examine artifacts from ancient spice-making cultures.