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Advanced biofuels show real promise for replacing some fossil fuels
Federal Reserve will co-host a research conference on bank supervision on
UO-led study helps guide physical therapy after injuries
Study Finds Signs of Altruism in People’s COVID-19 Worries, Putting Concerns about Others First
Invasive shrubs in Northeast forests grow leaves earlier and keep them longer
Songbirds, Like People, Sing Better After Warming Up
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks in a Signing of a Proclamation on 100th Anniversary of Ratification of 19th
Cover crop mixtures must be ‘farm-tuned’ to provide maximum ecosystem services
Gender Parity in Heart Failure Research: More Female Authors Could Mean More Female Participants
Study shows what’s below ‘recent’ Cascade eruptions
A Shining Example of Nature Leading Way
Research helps explain source of pathogen that causes bitter rot disease
Illinois ‘engineer guy’ Hammack awarded Hoover Medal
U.S. Department of State and University of Pennsylvania Strengthen Cultural Protection with Memorandum
U.S. President Trump Announces Judicial Nominees 13 August
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Announces Leadership Transitions and New Board Members
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Earns HAP Achievement Award
Flavonoids’ presence in sorghum roots may lead to frost-resistant crop
Purdue University to collaborate in NSF-funded Engineering Research Center to develop Internet of Things
Retesting for COVID-19: UPMC Shares its Experience
Research shows costly failure to coordinate COVID-19 response
Battleground state poll shows Biden leading Trump in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin
Penn Medicine-Led Research Suggests Greater Access to Specific HIV and Tuberculosis Medications is Needed Worldwide
CHOP Promise: Striving for Breakthroughs Both Locally and Globally
Chemotherapy is used to treat less than 25% of people with localized sarcoma
Penn’s ‘Enhanced Recovery’ Program Significantly Reduces Post-Op Opioid Use
Perfectly Balanced: Yin and Yang of Inflammation Controlled By A Single Molecule
A Pathway to Longer-Lasting Lithium Batteries
New acid mine drainage treatment turns waste into valuable critical minerals
New ag engineering fabrication shop ready to enhance Penn State fruit research
Andersen AFB KC-135 crew locates missing mariners on lone Pacific island
Penn Medicine Receives $4.9 Million Grant to Improve Uptake of Cancer Care Best Practices
Bridgwater exporter increases turnover by 40% following UKEF support
Iron study combats anaemia with cutting-edge computer simulation
Half of Low-Income Communities Have No ICU Beds
Penn Researchers Identify New Genetic Cause of a Form of Inherited Neuropathy
Boeing Receives $265 Million Chinook Helicopter Order from U.S. Army Special Operations
Carnegie Mellon University and CCDC Army Research Laboratory Announce Cooperative Agreement for $25 Million
How Our Body’s Internal Clocks Communicate May Impact Our Overall Health
Oak Ridge researcher traces ties to Manhattan Project and incredible story of USS Indianapolis
U.S. Economy Remains Resilient Despite Historic Contraction in Second Quarter
Study Looks at COVID-19 Prevalence Among Pregnant Women in Philadelphia
Eight Nominations Sent to Senate 30 July
Caught in act: Microscopy reveals key detail in retrovirus replication
New insights into wound healing
New Machine Learning Method Allows Hospitals to Share Patient Data Privately
Among Healthcare Workers, Family and Primary Care Doctors May Have Been Most at Risk of Dying from COVID-19
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks in Press Briefing on COVID-19