A study by a Penn researcher discovered that the application of machine learning made COVID-19 screening at Greece’s border more efficient.
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Researchers at Penn Medicine found similar patterns of recovery following hip surgery for patients who received general anesthesia and spinal anesthesia.
Penn’s endowment posted a record 41.1% return in fiscal year 2021, according to the Office of Investments.
Penn Medicine researchers successfully tested an experimental therapy that reversed blindness in a patient with a genetic disorder.
Penn has been ranked the top University in the world for nursing for the sixth consecutive year by Quacquarelli Symonds, a UK higher education consultancy that publishes annual world University rankings.
Award-winning artist and 1999 College graduate John Legend won the Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship 2021 Alumni Achievement Award.
Errors in cleaning voter rolls in Wisconsin in 2017 and 2018 disproportionately affected minority voters, according to a Penn study.
Philadelphia faces a $450 million deficit following a year of fiscal hardship stemming from the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two second-year students at Penn Law School published a report detailing the experiences of Black women in the legal field.
Penn professor Anne Berg filed a lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia and the Police Department over allegations of police brutality at a protest following the police killing of Walter Wallace Jr. in October.
President Joe Biden selected Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Rachel Levine, to serve as the assistant secretary for health at the United States Department of Health and Human Services. If appointed, she would be the first openly transgender person to serve as a federal official.
After a COVID-19 outbreak inside Philadelphia jails caused at least 150 infections, the Department of Prisons has adopted shelter-in-place measures and indefinitely canceled prisoner transports to court dates.
A federal judge on Saturday discarded President Donald Trump's last major legal challenge to Pennsylvania’s election results, clearing the way for the certification of the state’s election results this week.
The Wharton School's MBA program was ranked as the second-best graduate business program and the top business school for finance in the world by Quacquarelli Symonds, which publishes annual ranking reports of the best worldwide universities.
Voter registration in the city of Philadelphia is at the highest level it has been at in 35 years, according to statistics from the Pennsylvania Department of State.
A federal judge rejected an attempted lawsuit by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign seeking to force the city of Philadelphia to allow poll watchers into its early voting offices.
Philadelphia Treasurer Christian Dunbar was fired Friday after being charged with fraudulently obtaining United States citizenship through marriage and embezzlement from a prior job.
Nearly one in 10 coronavirus patients were rehospitalized after being sent home following an initial emergency department visit in the first months of the pandemic, according to a recent Penn Medicine study.
New research from Penn’s Annenberg Public Policy Center reveals that Americans’ civic knowledge has significantly increased over the past year — a period defined by the coronavirus pandemic, nationwide protests against racial injustice, and a contentious presidential campaign.
A new projection from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington shows Pennsylvania's current COVID-19 death toll may double by the end of the year.