Science and Technology

Climate Change
Jefferson experts discuss some of the most pressing issues.
COVID-19 Creates Problems, Research Supplies Solutions
Applied research, a discipline which uses inquiry-aided design, has helped Jefferson faculty and students come up with solutions to surprising issues created by the pandemic.
Flipping the Gender-Demographic Script
In the University’s Health Design Lab, women power 3D bioprinting efforts.
Adapting to a New Way of Doing Research During the Pandemic
A Jefferson graduate-student researcher describes navigating work shifts, prioritizing experiments, and finding time for self-care
New Immigration Restrictions Cause Turmoil for the International Community
An international postdoctoral fellow explains how the executive order suspending thousands of work visas might force her to put her dreams of pursuing cancer research on hold
Researchers Battle Misinformation @DearPandemic
The all-female team separates COVID-19 facts from fiction on social media.
Black in Neuro – A Week of Community Building in the Neurosciences
Connecting with peers and new colleagues across the nation and abroad through virtual sessions and via social media.
Setting the Stage to Further Study and Collaborations in Hemp and Medicinal Cannabis
Jefferson’s Lambert Center names inaugural scholar and research grant recipients.
A Window Into Student Life During COVID-19
From the challenges of online learning to the isolation of social distancing, Jefferson students use photos to describe the lessons in the wake of COVID-19.
Learning from Women with Opioid Use Disorder
Understanding trauma women experienced as children can inform better care for moms struggling with opioid use disorder.
Learning Empathy as a Caregiver Takes More Than Experience
Research among nursing students shows that past experience living in poverty or volunteering in impoverished communities, does not sufficiently build empathy towards patients who experience poverty.