Articles by Neha Bhardwaj
Penn Medicine and CHOP study uses gene editing to treat lethal disease before birthThis could potentially lead to a neonatal treatment for human congenital diseases down the road, opening new doors for the medical and scientific communities.
Penn ModLab is developing robots that can change their shapes in response to surroundingsThe robots use high-level planning to respond to obstacles and accomplish high-level tasks autonomously.
What Penn's history professors have to say about the Trump presidencyWhile they aim to stay as impartial as possible when teaching in the classroom, a panel of Penn history department members were able to share their political opinions just two days after midterm elections.
At Penn Biden Center, students discuss whether democracy will survive today's political climatePenn's student focus group explored levels of frustration with racism and discrimination, the role of democracy and human rights in U.S. foreign policy, and the depolarization of political parties.