The University of Pennsylvania and the National Library of Laos have launched the Digital Library of Northern Thai Manuscripts bringing thousands of ancient manuscripts out of monastic temples and making them available as open source material online.
Cerebral cavernous malformations (CCMs) are clusters of dilated, thin-walled blood vessels in the brain that can cause stroke and seizures, yet exactly how they form is somewhat of a mystery.
The once-a-month drug naltrexone was more effective at preventing drug relapse in ex-prisoners addicted to heroin and other opioids compared to the usual treatment modalities, including counseling and community treatment programs, according to results from a multisite, randomized trial led by researchers at the read more
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The University of Pennsylvania and its Fels Institute of Government will host a moderated conversation with the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency John O. Brennan and former Representative Marjorie Margolies.
The Penn Libraries is excited to announce the debut of the online home for their Holy Land collections.
Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist Trudy Rubin Speaks at Penn on the Relevance of The Alfred Dreyfus Affair in the Age of ISIS
Penn's Arthur Ross Gallery Presents: Expanding the Audience for Art in the Nineteenth Century at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Expanding the Audience for Art in the Nineteenth Century
By Claire Daly
Andre Wallace started fighting racism and inequality in high school, working to address the achievement gap between white and minority students.
The Penn Institute for Urban Research (Penn IUR) is proud to announce the recipients of its 12th annual Urban Leadership Awards, which recognize leaders who are guiding cities toward a sustainable and vibrant future.
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In an event that signals the global outreach of the University of Pennsylvania, five delegates from Cuba visited Penn’s Singh Center for Nanotechnology to meet with University leaders and explore the translation of research to the marketplace.
Splitting water into its hydrogen and oxygen parts may sound like science fiction, but it’s the end goal of chemists and chemical engineers like Christopher Murray of the University of Pennsylvania and