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The nanotopography of an atomic world

 Marija Drndić offers insights into the structure of atomically thin materials using nanoscale images of 2D membranes.

https://penntoday.upenn.edu/news/nanotopography-atomic-world

Solar system exploration Q&A with Cullen Blake

A Q&A with Cullen Blake of the School of Arts and Sciences offers insights on recent astronomy news headlines and on the future of solar system exploration.

https://penntoday.upenn.edu/news/solar-system-exploration-qa-cullen-blake

Cutting and folding toward innovations in medicine, design, and more

Artist-in-residence Mike Tanis and physicist Randall Kamien use kirigami, literally “cut paper,” to better grasp scientific concepts and to solve real-world challenges.

https://penntoday.upenn.edu/news/cutting-and-folding-toward-innovations-...

Prof. Bo Zhen receives a Kaufmann New Investigator Research Grant

Read about Bo Zhen's award to study "non-Abelian gauge field of light."

http://kaufman.pittsburghfoundation.org/kaufman-grants-2018

Do Cancer-Sniffing Canines Pass the Smell Test?

Read an article featuring Prof. A.T. Charlie Johnson in The Daily Beast.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/do-cancer-sniffing-canines-pass-the-smell-...

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