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.[...]
In the age of hybrid cells and genetic medicine, where does human identity lie?[...]
Penn Vet gave a parrot a (3D-printed) pegleg.[...]
A history of unripe findings and unintended consequences.[...]
The hidden chapter of wartime human experimentation in the DKE house.[...]
Richard Berk designs computer algorithms that predict crime. As courts and cops increasingly use his and similar tools to shape everything from parole decisions to street policing, Berk has a warning: accuracy comes at the cost of fairness, and citizens must decide where justice lies. [...]
Combining old-school fieldwork and ethnography with up-to-the-minute gene-based analyses, Penn molecular anthropologist Theodore G. Schurr has helped shape our understanding of the movement of ancient peoples into the Americas. [...]
John Lilly’s very long, very strange trip from Penn’s Medical School to the outer fringes of science—and consciousness. [...]
Big data and the Bard: what’s in a the, or and, or with, or or? [...]
Data Refuge project preserves federal data on climate change.[...]
PG-13 films: heavy on violence, light on consequences.[...]
Doctoral student—and whiskey distiller—Zach Cohen.[...]
Mini Piccolissimo: the world’s smallest self-powered flying drone.[...]
Finding: UV light can reduce C. diff infections.[...]
Patient preferences diverge from standard measures of care quality.[...]
Anna Grassellino Gr’10’s breakthrough improved superconductivity.[...]
Political polarization less pronounced than partisans predict.[...]
Pennovation Center opening: fabricating the future.[...]