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‘Research at Penn’ showcases University breakthroughs and innovations

Produced by the Provost’s Office, the brochure highlights groundbreaking research from each of Penn’s 12 schools. This year it is online-only.

VOA: Grad Student Finds Error in Earlier Study

A Ph.D. student found a fundamental flaw in research published in 2014, and upon which she was building her research, which led...

Draft reports on racism, bias, community safety initiatives posted for review

Penn State community invited to provide comments and questions to co-chairs of the Select Penn State Presidential Commission on Racism, Bias, and...

CNN: Cows prefer to co-moo-nicate in person, research suggests

Cows don't make video calls but if they did, chances are they'd hate them just as much as most of us do.The...

RESEARCH AND LIFE

On N’Dea Irvin-Choy’s first day doing research on her own as a graduate student, she set the laboratory on fire. She had...

Barbara Savage sees ‘bright spots’ in her research, even in a pandemic

Before the world went into lockdown, the Geraldine R. Segal Professor of American Social Thought in the Department of Africana Studies at...

Research helps explain source of pathogen that causes bitter rot disease

Fungal spores responsible for bitter rot disease, a common and devastating infection in fruit, do not encounter their host plants by chance....

IN THE LOOP

In a lab at the University of Delaware, researchers are unlocking mysteries about ocean currents that could have far-reaching impacts, from boosting...

DISASTER SCIENCE REACHES OUT

If you’re conducting scholarly research in disaster science, you can expect to spend weeks or months reading the related studies others have...

How rod-shaped particles might distract an out-of-control COVID immune response

A long-ignored white blood cell may be central to the immune system overreaction that is the most common cause of death for...
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Study: Holocaust Museum motivates visitors to create social change

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — “Dark tourism” experiences – sites and museums associated with violence, tragedy and war – draw millions of travelers each...

NPR: How climate change drives inland floods

Climate change means more flood risk across the United States. That includes places far from the ocean and sometimes far from rivers and...

[Illinois] 39th Annual International Dinner

You’re invited back to the International Dinner in person! This September, the University YMCA and the International Student and Scholar Services Office...

Enzyme, proteins work together to tidy up tail ends of DNA in dividing cells

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have described the way an enzyme and proteins interact to maintain the protective caps, called telomeres,...