New studies detail how Penn benefited from slavery.[...]
Wharton study: immigrants boost investment and entrepreneurship.[...]
What’s wrong with the domestic Chinese stock market?[...]
Visiting researchers discover most distant star yet.[...]
Lauren Kurtz L’10 G’12 defends climate science and climate scientists.[...]
Prolonged exposure therapy can help sexual assault victims.[...]
High schoolers mediate human-sea lion coexistence.[...]
Here’s what may have afflicted US diplomats in Cuba.[...]
In an excerpt from his new autobiography, Penn psychology professor Martin Seligman tells the little-known story of the American Psychological Association’s annual meeting in 1904, held at Penn. Its reverberations were profound—for Penn psychology professor Edwin Twitmyer and for American psychology.[...]
Heard on Campus: Jill Tarter gives the third annual Women in Physics public lecture.[...]
Can brain imaging help heal extreme partisanship?[...]
Wage stagnation linked to dearth of employers.[...]
$27 million to develop “teams of robots” for US Army.[...]
Testosterone and decision-making: speed over accuracy.[...]
How one family’s journey through the realm of rare disease led them to the newest frontier of precision genetic medicine.[...]
FDA approval for Penn-developed gene therapy for cancer.[...]
Blocking sweet-taste receptors could clear stuffy sinuses.[...]
Auditing the globe’s protected landscapes—and the forces threatening them.[...]
Don't match drinks with the Malaysian pen-tailed tree shrew.[...]
Dog science gets an update.[...]