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Early Charm Ventures, L2C Partners and University of the Sciences Announce Launch of Abri Science
September 19, 2019
University of the Sciences (USciences) in collaboration with L2C Partners and Early Charm Ventures today announced the launch of Abri Science, an advanced materials company that is licensing technology invented at USciences for commercialization.
USciences Receives Funding to Help Promote Physics Research in High Schools
September 10, 2019
The Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics received a $25,000 grant from the American Institute of Physics that will be used to help further develop a summer camp.
Pharmacy Students Gain Career Advice During Speed Networking Event
September 03, 2019
Students entering their first professional year (P1) at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy had a chance to speed network with professionals working in the field on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 gaining career advice from eight pharmacists in just two hours.
Brewing Science Director Cooks up New Textbook
August 13, 2019
Matthew Farber PhD, director of the Brewing Science Certificate Program and assistant professor of biology can now add another title to his name: published textbook author.
Decoding Substance Use Disorder: Students Shift Perspective During "Life Changing" Conference
July 25, 2019
Described as "by far one of the best decisions I've made in college" by one student, attending the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Institute on Substance Use Disorders in Salt Lake City, Utah has been an annual experience for students of George Downs PharmD'72 for 31 years.
USciences Student Explores Medical Field Through Competitive CHOP Internship
July 24, 2019
Cindy Hong Neuro'21 wrote a guest blog detailing her experiences at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute Summer Scholars Program (CRISSP), a competitive 10-week summer internship.
Honors Students Explore "Flaneur" During Trip to France, Netherlands
July 22, 2019
USciences Honors Program traveled with 21 students and three faculty to Amsterdam, Netherlands; Paris, France; and Normandy, France from May 7 to 16, 2019 to explore the theme of the flâneur.
Chemistry PhD Student James Gamrat Realizes Passion for Academia
July 18, 2019
Gamrat, who hopes to work at a University as a professor with his own research lab, has found success working in the chemistry department and various labs during his time as a PhD student at USciecnes.
Fruit Fly Research Possible Key to Understanding Alzheimer's and Degenerative Diseases
July 16, 2019
Thanks to a new grant from the National Institute of Health, Maggie Pearce PhD, assistant professor of biology and neuroscience, is leading a new study to explore degenerative diseases using fruit flies.
Pharmacy Students Serve Nearly 1200 Patients During Jamaican Mission Trip
July 16, 2019
Jamaica in the summer sounds like a vacation, but for one group of USciences students, it was another step in their academic career to prepare them for a job in the healthcare industry.
Biochemistry Student Gains Experience at Coveted Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Internship
July 16, 2019
Chosen as one of eighteen undergraduates from among more than 850 applicants, Blake Nelson BC'20 is gaining hands-on experience at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where eight Nobel laureates have contributed to major discoveries in science.
Health Career Summer Academy Exposes Teens to Health Careers Early
July 08, 2019
USciences partnered with Main Line Health to offer a week-long Health Career Summer Academy to expose teens to careers in the health professions.
World-Class Polymers Researchers Meet at USciences for New Conference
June 26, 2019
For the life sciences industry, polymers might be a game changer. From changing the way we think about medication delivery to discovering new materials for implants, experts brought their ideas to USciences in May for a two-day symposium entitled "Polymers in Life Sciences" where they explored the vast possibilities.
Faculty Research: Climate Change Linked to Rise In Bacterial Infections
June 24, 2019
A new study of patient cases presenting with a deadly Vibrio vulnificus bacteria, suggests climate change and warming waters may be the cause of an increased number of infections in areas not previously impacted.
USciences Students Share Passion for Physics at STEM Camp for Girls
June 24, 2019
USciences physics students and alumni came together for two weeks in June to share their passion for science with middle school girls enrolled in the Physics Wonder Girls Camp.
Expert Commentary: Pollution from Refinery Blasts and Fire Could Irritate Asthma, COPD Sufferers
June 24, 2019
Julie Becker PhD, MPH, associate professor of health policy, warned that an explosion at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery on Friday, June 21, 2019 could be dangerous for those in the area at risk.
USciences Professor Co-Authors Book Examining Rhetoric of Mental Illness
June 20, 2019
A new book entitled "Diagnosing Madness, The Discursive Construction of the Psychiatric Patient, 1850-1920" studies the linguistic negotiations made to identify mental illness and diagnose patients.
Expert Commentary: What Parents Need to Know About Early Signs of Autism
June 19, 2019
6abc Action News spoke with Ashley de Marchena, PhD at University of the Sciences about what parents need to know about autism. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and her expertise is in early diagnosis of autism.
Faculty and Staff Honored for Service at Annual Employee Recognition Reception
June 18, 2019
Every year, the University comes together after the spring semester is over to celebrate the years of service by employees.
Physics Faculty Hosts National Physics Tournament, Helps Prepare Winners for International Competition in Poland
June 05, 2019
A team of students from three Chester County-area high schools is preparing to represent the United States in an international physics competition in Poland after winning the national title at USciences in April.