New research from a Penn professor and a Penn alum shows that mutually beneficial relationships between species can exist in stable ecosystems, contradicting previous research.
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Philadelphia ranked as the ninth-best American city for women in tech in 2020, a decrease from last year's third-place ranking due to a widening gender pay gap.
Joe Coffee will soon be closing down its two Philadelphia locations, Billy Penn reported. The New York City-based cafe has locations in University City and in the Rittenhouse area.
Wharton has launched a new morning radio show, "Wharton Business Daily," that is focused on current news and trends in the business world.
Penn was ranked the 11th best university in the world by Times Higher Education, which publishes an annual report of the best global universities.
Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine recently developed a new vaccine against genital herpes. The vaccine was shown to be effective in mice and guinea pigs, Penn Medicine News reported.
Penn researcher Virginia M.Y. Lee won the $3 million Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences for her lifetime work in understanding how misfolded proteins can spread through cells, leading to the progression of diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Penn employs top academics and professors who are experts in a range of fields, including politics, literature, and business. Here are some of the most well-known Penn professors, whose reputations extend beyond the classroom.
Class Board 2021 announced Thursday night that they are organizing "U-Night," a new tradition that aims to be the culminating experience of sophomore year to complement Convocation, Hey Day, and graduation during freshman, junior, and senior year, respectively.
Penn President Amy Gutmann announced the winning teams for the President’s Engagement Prize and President's Innovation Prize for the Class of 2019, providing funding for five teams of students to implement engagement-focused projects.
This year’s Wellness Week expanded what mental wellness looks like at Penn by including therapy goats, workshops on sexual wellness, and a discussion of women and climate change.
Researchers at Penn Medicine identified a possible reason for why cancer often spreads quickly to the liver.
Over spring break, College senior Sabrina Qiao was holed up in an isolated cottage near Astoria, Oregon working on her creative writing honors thesis.
Following other universities who have recently cracked down on relationships between faculty and students, the University of Michigan has made significant changes to its teacher-student policy for the first time in 15 years.
Philadelphia will be one of 48 counties in the country that will receive additional funding and resources to reduce transmission of HIV, which is part of President Trump's plan to eradicate the virus by 2030.
A College of Liberal and Professional Studies graduate created a digital map to track crime in West Philadelphia using police reports and information posted by local residents on social media.
Members of the Penn and Philadelphia communities gathered on campus Monday for a Day of Service to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
While banking and consulting jobs tend to dominate the conversation surrounding internships, RealArts@Penn, a program that helps students find summer internships in creative fields, offers a different path.
Over winter break, 20 Penn students in the Operations strategy course OIDD 380 will head to Israel to visit some of the biggest companies in the "startup nation." The class, taught by Operations professor Morris Cohen, focuses on how companies manufacture products and deliver services to a global market. It consists of a series of lectures and case studies throughout the semester before culminating in the 10-day Israel visit, which will allow students to visit major companies and experience the country's culture.
A new study by Penn psychologist and Associate Director of Clinical Training Melissa G. Hunt established a causal relationship that Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram usage increases feelings of depression and loneliness.