• Debunking False Claims About Climate Change

    Debunking False Claims About Climate Change

    SciCheck, a feature of the Annenberg Public Policy Center’s FactCheck.org project, recaps some misleading claims about global warming, glaciers, and carbon emissions made by politicians in the last year. 

  • Pushing the Boundaries of Science to Advance Human Health

    Pushing the Boundaries of Science to Advance Human Health

    Penn Integrates Knowledge Professors John Gearhart, who discovered how to isolate and propagate the world’s first human pluripotent stem cells, and Jonathan Moreno, who has been called “the most interesting bioethicist of our time,” discuss key issues in the field of gene therapy.

  •  A Perfect Pair: Bedtime and Brushing

    A Perfect Pair: Bedtime and Brushing

    Students, staff, faculty, and residents from Penn’s School of Dental Medicine are part of an effort to ensure that good literacy and oral hygiene habits start early.

  • Your Brain’s Take on Public Health Campaigns

    Your Brain’s Take on Public Health Campaigns

    Emily Falk, an Annenberg School for Communication professor, is looking inside people’s brains and measuring their neural reactions to pinpoint how they really feel about specific advertisements.

  • Eye-on-a-Chip Represents New Way To Do Disease Research

    Eye-on-a-Chip Represents New Way To Do Disease Research

    Penn researchers are making the case that their new kind of device, an “organ-on-a-chip,” represents a more reliable, accurate, and ethical alternative to animal testing.