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November 21, 2016
Ted Chinburg, a professor of mathematics, is part of a team that is trying to break the internet. But only so it can protect it.
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November 17, 2016
A new model, developed by Penn chemists, could be the first step towards better harnessing heat energy to power nanoscale devices. Abraham Nitzan, professor of chemistry , and Galen Craven, a postdoc in his lab, used new information about how to measure temperature on a nanoscale to revisit the...
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November 16, 2016
The emotionally charged election cycle has exposed the harsh reality that our nation is deeply divided. These divisions were brought home forcefully by the disturbing social media attacks on Penn’s Black freshmen last Friday.
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November 11, 2016
A project aimed toward building a device that helps improve memory for patients with memory disorders has reached an important milestone.
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November 10, 2016
A scientific team led by Penn faculty has received an award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop and validate reproducible methods for studying human social behavior.
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November 1, 2016
For senior Konhee Chang, Kandinsky’s “Circles in a Circle” painting sings. Or at least it will soon.
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October 31, 2016
Michael Leja, a history of art professor and chair of the history of art graduate group says today’s standard of hyper-mediatized presidential campaigns started with the United States presidential election of 1840, the first in which images played a significant role.
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October 27, 2016
A new book examines the growth and success of the Indian-American community in the United States, both Indian-born and American-born.The Other One Percent: Indians in America is a collaborative book written by Devesh Kapur, director of the Center for Advanced Study of India and a professor of...
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October 27, 2016
It’s not every day that scientists get to say they have discovered a new planet in our solar system, but that day arrived this past July for Masao Sako, an associate professor of physics and astronomy, and Gary Bernstein, the Reese W. Flower Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
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