The billion-dollar business of e-sports

November 28, 2018 asianct 0

November 20, 2018 If you’re puzzled by the notion of a packed arena filled with people cheering for athletes who mash buttons, not wide receivers, you might want to pull up a chair. E-sports leagues […]

A walk through history

November 26, 2018 asianct 0

November 20, 2018 Tina Rodia Tina Rodia Photographer From Walnut Street, at the corner of 34th Street, a pedestrian walkway cuts a path to 33rd and Chestnut along Hill Square, considered an eastern gateway to Penn’s […]

Sniffing for science

November 13, 2018 asianct 0

November 6, 2018 Katherine Unger Baillie Bonnie, a sleek border collie mix, is practically vibrating with excitement. After getting a signal to start her search, her owners release her. She bounds, snuffling and wriggling, to […]

Breaking the cycle of despair for people with dementia

November 12, 2018 asianct 0

November 5, 2018 Michele W. Berger This is an excerpt from the new book “Better Living with Dementia: Implications for Individuals, Families, Communities, and Societies” published in June by Elsevier. November is National Alzheimer’s Month. The Alzheimer’s Association offers […]

A new-to-us mineral

October 30, 2018 asianct 0

October 25, 2018 Jacob Williamson-Rea A new mineral has been isolated from a sample of igneous rock in central Madagascar. Reto Gieré, a professor and chair of the Department of Earth and Environmental Science in the School of […]

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