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Aged 9,000 Years, Ancient Beer Finally Hits Stores

July 20, 2010

Patrick McGovern of Penn Museum and the School of Arts and Sciences uses historical evidence to resurrect ancient brews.

Secrets of Its Past May Help Pay for Historic Delaware County Building's Future

July 17, 2010

David Barnes of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the investigation of paranormal activity at the historic Lazaretto quarantine station.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
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Media Contact:Jordan Reese | jreese@upenn.edu | July 19, 2010

Seven in School of Veterinary Medicine Honored With Teaching Awards

Seven faculty members in the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine are recipients of 2010 teaching awards.   

Veterinarian Scientists Bring Unique Perspectives to Translational Research

July 16, 2010

Susan Volk and Michael Atchison of the School of Veterinary Medicine discuss veterinarians’ role in translational research.

Article Source: Science

Danger to Dogs: Some Gums, Mints Can Kill

July 12, 2010

Ken Drobatz of the School of Veterinary Medicine says gum can cause life-threatening symptoms if consumed by canines.

Article Source: KYW-TV (Philadelphia)
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Media Contact:Dejay B. Duckett | dduckett@pobox.upenn.edu | 215-898-3617August 24, 2010

Getting ”Naked” at Penn’s Arthur Ross Gallery

“Naked: The University Collection Unveiled” opens at the University of Pennsylvania’s Arthur Ross Gallery on Aug. 28. 

Featuring 35 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and photographs of the nude from the first century B.C.E. to the present, “Naked” showcases the history of beauty and the human body, documenting the evolution of the definition of beauty.

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Media Contact:Jordan Reese | jreese@upenn.edu | 215-573-6604July 12, 2010

Making the Invisible Visible: Verbal Cues Enhance Visual Detection, Says Penn Researcher

PHILADELPHIA –- Cognitive psychologists at the University of Pennsylvania and University of California have shown that an image displayed too quickly to be seen by an observer can be detected if the participant first hears the name of the object.

Bioethics Gets an Airing

July 7, 2010

President Amy Gutmann debates synthetic biology.

Article Source: Nature

Morris Arboretum is Growing

July 2, 2010

The Morris Arboretum’s expansion plans are featured.

Fruit Fly Genes Yielding Clues to Lou Gehrig's Disease

June 28, 2010

Gillian Ritson, a graduate student in the School of Arts and Sciences, uses mutant fruit flies to study possible Alzheimer's treatments.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer