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July 11, 2023
How Does Light at Night Affect My Health?
Light pollution at night is getting worse. How can people maintain good sleep hygiene when brightness seeps through the windows?
June 12, 2023
An Aggressive Advocate for Passive Construction
How to build more efficient, passive homes – those that take advantage of natural and recycled warming and cooling through design and engineering – for the masses.
May 25, 2023
Serenaded by Andrea Bocelli, the Class of 2023 Celebrated at Commencement
University honors grads from the Colleges of Life Sciences, Pharmacy, Population Health, Rehabilitation Sciences and Sidney Kimmel Medical College.
May 23, 2023
Jefferson Investigates: Discrimination’s Impact on Recovery, Cannabis for Chronic Pain, and Cancer’s Blood Supply
Does discrimination slow recovery from brain trauma, can patients with long-term pain use cannabis to reduce opioid use, will blocking blood flow to cancer slow its growth?
May 15, 2023
New Project to Design Building Skins to Retrofit Energy-Inefficient Structures
Researchers will develop prototype modular panels and test for energy savings, resistance to weathering and market feasibility.
May 2, 2023
Celebrating the Class of 2023
New graduates look back at their education and share what lies ahead.
April 24, 2023
Jefferson Program Offers a Safe Space for Addiction Recovery
Rams for Recovery provides resources students need to understand the process and seek help.
April 19, 2023
Jefferson Investigates: AI for Parkinson’s, Immune Aging in HIV and Finding Better Care for Patients with Diabetes
Exploring computer learning to predict Parkinson's disease progression, how the immune system becomes exhausted in HIV, and how to offer patients better diabetes care.
April 5, 2023
Teaching Writers to Respond to the World Around Them
Taking a rhetorical approach to helping English Language Learners become better writers.
March 21, 2023
Jefferson Investigates: Dyes From Invasive Plants, COVID-19 Policies That Worked and Patient-Centered Design
The latest on sustainability in fashion, studying what curbed the spread of COVID-19 best, and working with patients toward better assistive devices.
March 8, 2023
“Beyond the Bench” – A Journey Through Science Mysteries
From detective shows to decoding genetic data - how a Jefferson alum found her way to the world of computational research.