Science and Technology

Another Type of Small RNA Found To Depend on Personal Attributes
Jefferson researchers discover that the abundances of a class of short RNAs differ by a person’s gender and population of origin
Doing Research in the Time of COVID-19
Jefferson researchers maintain lab cohesion and fuel scientific inquiry with the help of Zoom Rooms, collaborative peer groups, and creative use of open access databases
Spread the Science, Not the Virus
Public health researchers at Jefferson recommend ways to avoid misinformation during the COVID19 pandemic, like seeking out trusted sources, local updates, and cross-checked information
JeffMask, JeffVent Missions Seek to Help Fill Potential PPE and Ventilator Gaps
University textiles and design experts jump into action to help protect peers on medical side.
The Biology of Coronavirus Preventative Measures
Why do we take preventative measures during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic?
When an Emoji Is Worth a Thousand Words
iPhone update ushers in a more inclusive world, occupational therapy student writes.
Confidential Information: Can Banks Resist Profit Incentives?
According to new analysis, banks may use advance knowledge of mergers and acquisitions to invest in rising stocks more commonly than expected.
Reducing Textile Waste
The University and industry address ways to prevent clothes from ending up in the landfill.
Can We Harness the Medicinal Properties of Plants to Help Treat Diseases Like Osteoarthritis?
Jefferson researcher tells us how she is studying the active ingredients in plants like turmeric that could have medicinal or healing benefits.
Life-Saving Drugs on Craigslist
Research shows a market for the sale of essential medications for asthma and diabetes, typically at lower prices on a popular online market-place.
Defining the Future of Learning and Work
How well are institutions of higher education preparing their graduates for the realities of work in the 21st century?