Vagelos Scholar Chris Kampmeyer is helping design a safer stent.[...]
Victor Mair on forgetting how to write in Chinese.[...]
CHOP and Penn doctors receive prestigious John Scott Award.[...]
Michael Chazan C’85 has been blazing a trail back in time from Biblical to Lower Paleolithic archaeology. [...]
PIK Professor Adrian Raine is regarded as the world’s leading biological criminologist. He didn’t get there by playing it safe. Plus: “Where to Draw the Lines?” an excerpt from Raine’s new book, The Anatomy of Violence.[...]
Wharton professor Richard Shell’s unorthodox new book on success draws on his own wandering path to an academic career and celebrates the power of uncertainty. [...]
LEGO’s lessons for innovators.[...]
New book aims to “pressure-test” social entrepreneurs’ good intentions.[...]
The dangers and rewards of giving more than you get. An excerpt from Give and Take by Wharton professor Adam Grant. Plus: Interview with the author.[...]
Q&A on dietary salt: too little can be bad, but you still eat too much.[...]
Q&A | After 10 years, genetic medicine mostly a “desert.” [...]
Will the mainstreaming of egg freezing offer women more choice about when to have children—kind of like the Pill in reverse—or delude them with a false sense of security? [...]
Q&A with David Dinges, who knows why you feel so tired.[...]
Reusable bags may carry more than groceries.[...]
Are you unusually sensitive to Brussels sprouts and hoppy ales? [...]
Smilow family gift to name Center for Translational Research.[...]
Penn profs make it their mission to solve all sorts of crippling diseases.[...]
A team of researchers led by Penn’s Wistar Institute have shown in a clinical trial that HIV-infected patients can fight off the virus by themselves if their immune system is given a boost. [...]
The little quadrotor robots have been keeping busy lately.[...]
Penn team will try to find how sea-level rise varies spatially.[...]