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Penn Researchers Develop New Technique for Making Graphene Competitor, Molybdenum Disulphide

Physics’ A.T. Charlie Johnson and Engineering’s Ritesh Agarwal, along with members of their labs, have a new way to "seed" the growth of a promising new 2-D material.

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What Exactly Is ‘Game Theory’? February 18, 2015 | BBC News

Rakesh Vohra of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of Arts & Sciences comments on game theory and economics.


Making the Most of a Skeleton in Penn’s Basement February 13, 2015 | Philadelphia Inquirer

Janet Monge and William Hafford of the Penn Museum and undergraduate students Carly Sokach and Kamillia Scott share their comments on an excavated skeleton.


Audio: When Science Meets Politics February 12, 2015 | “Newsworks,” WHYY Radio (Philadelphia)

David Levitan of the Annenberg Public Policy Center’s SciCheck is featured.


Game Theory Calls Cooperation Into Question February 12, 2015 | Quanta Magazine

Joshua Plotkin of the School of Arts & Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Science is featured for applying the “prisoner’s dilemma” to evolving populations.


Cheap Video Animation Allows Small Businesses to Grab Clients February 9, 2015 | Philadelphia Inquirer

Benjamin Wiggins and Erick Hyde of the School of Arts & Sciences and Robert Ghrist of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of Arts & Sciences comment on video animation being used in curriculums.


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