Ian Lustick of the School of Arts & Sciences comments on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit and spee
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Postdoctoral fellow Alexander Stewart of the School of Arts & Sciences writes about a new approach to game theory he studied with Jos
The field of metamaterials is all about making structures that have physical properties that aren’t found in nature. Predicting what kinds of structures would have those traits is one challenge; physically fabricating them is quite another, as they often require precise arrangement of constituent materials on the smallest scales.
Justin McDaniel and other members of the Penn Ghost Project share their thoughts about creating an online ghost story a
By Madeleine Stone @themadstone
Rivers drive the evolution of Earth’s surface by eroding and depositing sediment.
But for nearly a century, geologists have puzzled over why theoretical models, which use principles of physics to predict patterns of sediment transport in rivers, have rarely matched observations from nature.
Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw of the School of Arts & Sciences is mentioned for helping curate the “Represent: 200 Years of
From interning in a kitchen breaking down hundreds of lobsters to hunting truffles in Italy to hosting random four course dinner parties, Amanda Shulman lives to cook. The University of Pennsylvania senior has completed the first level of basic cuisine from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and is as likely to fall asleep reading a cookbook as she is reading a textbook studying for class.
Visiting scholar Neysun Mahboubi in the Center for the Study of Contemporary China in the School of Arts & Sciences is interviewed.