When it comes to sleep, Penn Medicine researchers are finding out that some things really are black and white.
Both basic scientists and clinicians have an interest in how the cells of our body move. Cells must be mobile in order for organisms to grow, to heal, to transmit information internally, to mount immune responses and to conduct a host of other activities necessary for survival.
A new analysis of dinosaur fossils by University of Pennsylvania researchers has revealed that a number of specimens of the genus Psittacosaurus — once believed to represent three different species — are all members of a single species.
University of Pennsylvania senior Elizabeth Hyde has spent the past two months in Paris to observe and evaluate a much-appreciated element of French culture: the meal.
Mark E. Mikkelsen of the Perelman School of Medicine comments on research into inducing hypothermia to save heart attack patients.
Steven Scarfone is spending 10 weeks this summer investigating the mechanisms of pediatric traumatic injury as a participant in the University of Pennsylvania’s Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates program.
Awarded summer fellowships by the Parkinson's Disease Foundation, University of Pennsylvania students Solongo Batjargal and Eric Lin look to play instrumental roles in the development of a treatment for Parkinson's.
Steven Arnold of the Perelman School of Medicine is mentioned for studying metformin’s ability to slow or prevent mental decline.