The '60s at 60
A project nearly four years in the making sees new heights as the Vagelos Laboratory for Energy Science and Technology marks a significant milestone in its construction.
Angela Huang, a second-year graduate student in the Lauder Institute, examines the evolution of K-pop and J-pop in fan markets.
Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw speaks about artists and art history during a monthly segment on WXPN’s “Kids Corner,” marking 35 years on the air with host Kathy O’Connell and producer Robert Drake.
By tracing the evolution of this practice, Tabaza learned that in Jordan and Lebanon, the historical appeal of plant-based diets derived from their curative potential and wide availability.
Undergraduate architecture students and community members strike a balance for a proposed development in historic Germantown.
Senseable Biomaterials for Healthier Habitats, a project led by assistant professor of architecture Laia Mogas-Soldevila, contributed a lattice installation made from architectural biomaterials to the ICA, acting as an antimicrobial air purifier.
Penn students in the Academically Based Community Service course Everyday Neuroscience team up with 10th-graders from Paul Robeson High School.