Two Penn undergraduates launched a project over the summer to examine the role caregivers play in helping cancer patients, Penn Today reported.
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Penn Medicine launched a clinical trial to test a chewing gum that can trap COVID-19 in saliva last Wednesday.
As monkeypox cases rise globally, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health has received an additional 1,020 doses of the JYNNEOS monkeypox vaccine.
Swedish-American pop artist and sculptor of Penn’s iconic Split Button statue Claes Oldenburg died at the age of 93 at his home and studio in Manhattan on Monday, July 18.
Dartmouth College will eliminate all federal and institutional student loans from its financial aid awards, replacing them with scholarship grants.
The first case of monkeypox was confirmed in Philadelphia on Thursday, June 2, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health announced.
Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine has expanded its Penn Access Summer Scholars program to include five historically Black colleges and universities: Howard University, Morehouse College, Oakwood University, Spelman College, and Xavier University of Louisiana.
Governor Tom Wolf proposed Pennsylvania's "Level Up" funding stream, which will triple the amount of funding to $300 million in the state's poorest districts.
Five Penn juniors have been awarded the 2022 Goldwater Scholarship to fund their research careers in a STEM field.
The Philadelphia Streets Department announced the expansion of a street sweeping program on Wednesday and will begin ticketing parked cars in violation of the rules in certain neighborhoods.
Perry World House held a virtual event featuring United Nations and NASA officials to discuss the emerging space age and associated challenges for policymakers worldwide.
The Wharton School named professor Judd B. Kessler as the inaugural Howard Marks Endowed Professor for his research in behavioral economics and behavioral investing.