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Linking Sleep & Gut Health: Circadian Rhythms in Antimicrobial Proteins, Talia Akoh-Arrey, GS (C00AC432)

Shift work, which refers to work schedules outside the hours of 7AM and 6PM, is a global practice employed in several industries. While being an essential part of the workforce, decades of research…

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University of Pennsylvania Library's Ms Codex 1881 - Astronomical treatises and tables

An astronomical compendium that contains texts, diagrams, and tables related to the computation of the relative positions of the celestial bodies. Written in Germany in 1481, it is a paper codex with…

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Coffee With a Codex: Astrology, Astronomy, Religion (LJS 361)

Coffee With A Codex is an informal lunch or coffee time to meet virtually with Kislak Curator Dot Porter and talk about one of the manuscripts from Penn's collections. Each week we'll…

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Diwali at the Chapel (11.4.2023)

Inaugurated in 2008, Diwali at the Chapel has since become the university's largest and grandest celebration of Diwali on campus. Each year, more than 500 people-students, faculty, staff and…

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OURSIP Intern - Jackson Crocker

Bringing the Sun down to Earth: Unlocking Fusion Energy Advised by: Prof. Egemen Kolemen, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Dario Panici, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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Estimates of heating rates in the near-Sun environment, Cole Meyer, UG '24 (2264813)

The solar corona is a magnetized plasma that forms the outermost region of the Sun and, surprisingly, is much hotter than the surface of the Sun itself. The corona is also the birthplace of the solar…

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Sites of Memory:A Symposium on Toni Morrison and the Archive "A Conversation between Evie Shockley and Alison Saar"

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