Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman, Penn’s historic mRNA vaccine research team, win 2023 Nobel Prize in Medicine
The highest honor was bestowed for foundational discoveries that gave the world a vaccine to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the latest edition of the Lightbulb Café, Jared Farmer, the Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History, discusses ancient trees and preservation in relation to his book, “Elderflora.”
The Bliss Consciousness panel discussion, hosted by The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation, features three distinguished panelists to explore the connections between creative practices, wellness, and meditation. Registration is required.
A group of panelists in the fields of anthropology, environmental studies, and architecture discuss the kinds of futures and histories that might be made thinking in and from waterscapes, particularly in South and Southeast Asia.
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