Science and Technology

Growing the Next Generation of Therapies
As the first African American man admitted to the Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing, Nafees Norris paves a path for others.
Celebrating the Class of 2021
Graduating students reflect on their time at Jefferson as they look ahead to bright futures.
Creativity Sparkles at Celebration of Innovation
Seven student projects stem from interdisciplinary collaborations across the University.
Breaking the Chain of Hepatitis B Infection
Dr. Hie-Won Hann connects with patients using stories, education and research, making strides on a stealthy disease.
A Passion for Curiosity
An unconventional journey led Dr. Theresa Freeman to become a pioneer in the field of plasma medicine, taking on the unknown with creative thinking.
How Can We Link Humans, Machines and Spaces Within the Built Environment?
Visualizing the critical relationship between physical space and health.
“Stop AAPI Hate” – A Plea from a Community in Grief
A faculty member shares how violence against Asian American and Pacific Islanders has impacted her as a Vietnamese-American, and actionable steps that we can all take to stand in solidarity.
How Do Our Perceptions of Animals Determine How We Write About Them?
Enhancing our understanding of animals at the intersection of multiple disciplines.
How Can Textiles Be Applied to Develop Novel Building Envelopes?
Bridging technology, textile design and architecture.
Why Wearing a Mask Can Be Controversial
Researchers investigate the social drivers of mask wearing during COVID-19.
How Can We Improve Mental Health Care for Children and Families?
Combating stigma and fostering promotion and treatment for mental wellness