2023 Franklin Medal winner Engheta is one of the world’s biggest names in wave physics. The Penn Engineering professor is renowned for his unique approach to science, combining technical brilliance, creativity, and care.
Researchers from Penn Dental and Penn Engineering have developed a nanorobot system that precisely and rapidly targets fungal infections in the mouth.
Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor Konrad Kording will lead Penn’s NIH-funded cohort for making advancements in the field of machine learning in biomedical research by creating the Community for Rigor, which will provide open-access resources on conducting sound science.
Penn neurologist Brian Litt’s work on implantable devices for recording and altering brain activity has led to new ways to treat and diagnose epilepsy.
Harun Küçük, faculty director of the Middle East Center and associate professor in the Department of History and Sociology of Science, shares some takeaways from the runoff elections and what five more years of Erdogan means for Turkey and the world.
A new paper from political scientist Melissa M. Lee finds that veteran benefits were distributed unequally between citizens and colonized subjects.
Through recent research, archaeologist and Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor Lynn Meskell has continued to highlight how World Heritage Sites have become flashpoints for conflict and out of touch with local communities.
With a vaccine on the horizon for RSV that is designed to protect pregnant people and their fetuses, new survey research finds that women of childbearing age are more doubtful than other adults about the safety of existing, recommended vaccines.
Penn Medicine’s long COVID clinic assists patients with an array of symptoms including persistent fatigue, difficulty breathing, insomnia, and “brain fog.”
Associate professor Amy Castro of the School of Social Policy & Practice shares the final results from the Stockton pilot program, which show connections between financial security and better health.
A new study finds that the human capital consequences of natural disasters, linked to climate change, are a significant factor contributing to economic inequality.
A Weitzman School research studio focusing on megaregions brings an interdisciplinary practice to both academia and infrastructure planning.
Rising global average temperature and extreme weather events are likely to become more frequent or more intense. Experts suggest that the stress of these events can trigger headaches.