Investigators at a new University of Pennsylvania research center will focus on key physical principles that underpin cancer’s development and growth.
REV1 took first place among electrics overall, winning seven of the eight categories. These included overall design, cornering, endurance and time-trials on a full racetrack.
Oftentimes men with a type of infertility called azoospermia don’t know the underlying cause of their condition. But new research led by University of Pennsylvania scientists suggests that mutations in an X chromosome gene called TEX11 are responsible for a significant number of cases of infertility — an estimated 1 percent of cases of non-obstructive azoospermia.
Rising senior coxswain Jacob Mendelson will turn in his Red and Blue this summer for the red, white, and blue of the United States after earning a spot on the men’s 2+ for USRowing at the upcoming World Championships August 29-September 6 in Aiguebelette, France.
Penn Study Suggests Future Precision Medicine Approach to Treating Metabolic Syndrome, Related DisordersJuly 06, 2015
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Mauro Guillén of the Wharton School describes international differences in worker satisfaction.
Sherrill Davison of the School of Veterinary Medicine is quoted on the impact bird flu can have on the U.S. poultry business.
Louis Rulli of the Law School comments on a case against the Philadelphia district attorney and Pennsylvania’s civil forfeiture law.
Louis Rulli of the Law School is quoted on issues with federal forfeiture laws.
Sarah A. Tishkoff of the Perelman School of Medicine and the School of Arts & Sciences comments on the current popularity of gluten-free diets.
Paul H. Robinson of the Law School is the writes about outdated penal codes.
Roman de la Campa of the School of Arts & Sciences provides his thoughts on the plan to open a U.S. embassy in Cuba.
Tom Baker of the Law School says, “In the insurance world, eliminating all risk is the equivalent of cold fusion or the perpetual motion machine.”