After receiving recent approval from the National Institutes of Health, researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine will move forward with the first-ever human trials using CRISPR gene therapy technologies.
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Every great initiative begins with a good story. For the Mobile CPR Project, the story began three years ago in Radnor, Pa. Police officer Anthony Radico, 46 at the time, was nearing the end of his routine when he suddenly went into cardiac arrest.
In a tour that includes visits to Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai, Beijing and Japan, the Philadelphia Orchestra is expanding its connection with the people of China through additional avenues beyond sold-out concerts. More than a tour that focuses exclusively on music, this 2016 tour includes social cross-cultural components as well.
Active Cross Cultural Training in Our Neighborhoods ACTION, spent the day with students at the Andrew Jackson School to celebrate International Day, an event to celebrate Spanish language and culture.
In a recent list of top "work hard, play hard" schools, the University of Pennsylvania took the number one spot, according to Business Insider.
“Only amateurs love their jobs,” Bob Mankoff said as he began his talk as a part of the Positive Psychology Center Colloquia Series at Penn.
In the midst of recent social discourse regarding discrimination, social activist and transgender lawyer Mia Yamamoto took the stage in Arch Auditorium on Thursday night to share her story of triumph.
Penn alum Sundar Pichai is the big name CEO that no one knows. Yet.
A new, completely remodeled version of the SAT is due to debut next month, according to The New York Times. However, instead of excitement or even general acceptance for the change, the response to this revamped version of the classic college admissions test can best be explained as mixed and ambivalent.
Whether you were spending your Valentine’s Day with a Dunkin Donut’s heart-shaped donut or your loved one, doctors at Penn Medicine were already looking beyond the holiday.