• A Protein Controlled by both Light and Temperature May Open Doors to Understanding Disease-related Cell Signal Pathways

A Protein Controlled by both Light and Temperature May Open Doors to Understanding Disease-related Cell Signal Pathways

Penn Engineers Develop New Atomically Thin Material that Could Improve the Efficiency of Light-based Tech

Social Media Bots May Appear Human, but Their Similar Personalities Give Them Away

Penn Researchers Show ‘Encrypted’ Peptides Could be Wellspring of Natural Antibiotics

New Mathematical Tools to Study Opinion Dynamics

Penn Engineering’s New Data Science Building Will Be Named Amy Gutmann Hall

Penn establishes the Center for Precision Engineering for Health with $100 Million Commitment

Using Big Data to Measure Emotional Well-being in the Wake of George Floyd’s Murder

Penn Researchers Join National Science and Technology Center on Optoelectronic Devices

A Microscopic Worm’s Sense of Gravity May be Key in Understanding the Ability in Humans

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