Science & Technology
From corals to humans, a shared trigger for sperm to get in motion
Coral sperm require a specific pH to move, according to research from the School of Arts & Sciences, which identifies a signaling pathway that is shared by organisms including humans. The results inform how corals may fare with climate change.
Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences
Launched last fall, Penn’s Center for the Preservation of Civil Rights sites is fostering new and ongoing partnerships while preserving the legacy of civil rights in the U.S.FULL STORY
The Arthur Ross Gallery presents this installation exhibit curated by ceramicist, social activist, poet, and educator Robert Lugo, courtesy of a grant from The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation. Lugo creates multicultural mash-up works that often speak to themes of inequality, poverty, and racial justice.Ends December 19, 2021
The ICA presents the first major retrospective of the work of Ulysses Jenkins, a video artist from Los Angeles whose work rose to prominence in the 1970s and has been an influence on contemporary art since. The exhibition is co-curated by Meg Onli and Erin Christovale.Ends December 30, 2021
The Holiday Garden Railway, with miniature decor and greenery, returns for the 2021 holiday season. Advance tickets are required.Ends December 26, 2021