Articles by Madeline Muldoon

02/23/20 7:24pm
The researchers noted that appointment adherence is important for treating age-related macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of vision loss in individuals over 50.
12/03/19 11:26pm
The gifts, granted by Arnold and Deanne Kaplan, include a collection of early American Judaica focused on Jewish business life.
11/20/19 7:32pm
Penn's new center will focus on testing an online care planning tool for patients with dementia in long-term care.
11/03/19 6:14pm
The crustacean, known as Hemimysis anomala, or bloody red shrimp, is considered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to be a high-risk species due to their ability to reduce the biomass of zooplankton and algae in the bodies of water that they inhabit.
10/30/19 7:46pm
Researchers from Penn Medicine published a paper addressing ethical concerns regarding brain organoid research. The paper clarifies the physical capabilities of brain organoids and calls on researchers to follow ethical guidelines in conducting research.
10/29/19 8:02pm
WalletHub ranked Philadelphia 19th for diversity, quality, affordability, and availability of gourmet cuisine. 
10/01/19 11:50pm
Annenberg professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson calls on scientists to be more transparent about their methods and to abide by scientific norms to counter the public's waning trust in scientific research.
09/25/19 9:36am
The study found that 43% of white students admitted to Harvard between 2009 and 2014 were legacy, children of faculty and donors, or athletes.
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