Environmental disasters, mass violence, disease outbreaks, and other dangers to health and safety keep cities in constant planning mode. Now, thanks to a public health risk assessment tool (PHRAT) developed at Drexel, Philadelphia and other […]
This month people who love getting scared will have another option for getting their frights in Philadelphia. With some help from researchers and students in Westphal College’s Immersive Research Lab, renowned performance art and dance […]
Sharrona Pearl, PhD, of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, discusses the mostly-unheard-of condition, called super recognition.
Faculty from the College of Medicine, College of Nursing and Health Professions and Dornsife School of Public Health explain how health professionals can intervene and advocate against vaping and e-cigarettes.
Written by Drexel University President John Fry and published in The Philadelphia Inquirer, this piece focuses on how taking charge of the Philadelphia History Museum’s collections stays true to Drexel’s mission. When the Philadelphia History […]
Scientists have discovered a new species of eel that can discharge up to 860 volts of electricity – significantly more than the 650 volts previously recorded by what had been believed to be the only […]
A/B testing has become the standard for determining which of two versions of a marketing communication resonates with consumers. Websites, display ads, social media, email and direct marketing all use A/B testing to determine which […]
Characterized by high levels of rainfall – it seems peculiar that a massive fire could take root in a rainforest region. That is why understanding exactly how and why Brazil’s Amazonian rainforest was set ablaze […]
Sports Management professor, Ellen J. Staurowsky, EdD, who has researched exploitation of college athletes and their rights, spoke with the Drexel News Blog to offer insight about the NCAA’s initial announcement, their reaction to critical feedback and its impact on men’s basketball.
Legionnaire’s disease, a waterborne bacterial infection that got its name after an outbreak at a large American Legion gathering in Philadelphia just over 40 years ago, had been near elimination across much of the world […]