Researchers are one step closer to making wearable textile technology a reality with the successful design of a working, flexible, wearable supercapacitor patch.
A material developed at Drexel can remove even low levels of mercury from contaminated bodies of water.
Researchers are translating the loops and twists of knitting into a digital algorithm — a key step in the process of incorporating new technologies into “smart” textiles.
The microbes that break down waste may explain how "forever chemicals" end up in soil and water.
Seasoned clinicians can usually spot autism within the first five minutes of meeting a child, a finding that opens the door to fast-tracked interventions.
Motivated by the delicacy of infant heart surgery, an interdisciplinary team patented an internal patch that makes repeat operations safer and faster.
Ornithologists are collaborating with companies to monitor and reduce bird collisions with buildings in the Philadelphia region.
Add healthy eating to the list of ways that nature is good for us.
Cities in the West were less likely to exhibit wide socioeconomic disparities in citizens’ access to the COVID-19 vaccine when it first became available.
Pandemic-era changes to prescribing guidelines for the lifesaving drug buprenorphine led to improved treatment outcomes for patients with opioid use disorder.
Research shows that students are adept at perceiving who’s being picked on in school and by whom, but that teachers miss the signs.
Profitability alone will not win the day in boardrooms.
Targeting hormones may help alleviate or prevent depression in women and girls with brain injuries.
A case study examining investors' grievances with stockbrokers suggests ways to make mandatory arbitration a more transparent and inclusive process.
Online retailers may not capitalize on a traditional marketing tactic that drove generations of shoppers to stores.
A study confirmed significant pay disparities between male and female leaders in the nonprofit world.
A patented device uses sound waves to identify lead in underground water pipes, a boon to aging cities.
The study of neural plasticity — a property that all animals’ nervous systems share — provides insights into the dynamics between behavior and the environment.
Opioid overdoses can cause a cycle of cognitive damage that makes overdoses likelier to recur.
The natural language AI algorithms behind the chatbot program ChatGPT can help doctors spot early Alzheimer’s disease, researchers find.
A first-year electrical engineering major has assembled a robotics team to construct rovers for precision tasks.
Three Drexel scientists are playing instrumental roles in a nationwide quest to conquer HIV using CRISPR gene-editing technology.
A prize-winning new test for Lyme disease could help doctors make a speedy diagnosis of the tick-borne disease.
Short-lived pea aphids are giving Drexel researchers a real-time window into how temperature change influences evolution.
DNA from a 173-year-old museum specimen at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University enabled ornithologists to describe two new species of Brazilian screech owl.
Students at the College of Medicine are destigmatizing opioid use disorder to improve overdose reversal training and advocate for new treatments.
Drexel is using machine learning to spot the rise of dangerous COVID variants that may emerge in the future.
An engineering professor opened the door to durable, custom joint replacements after correcting a long-held misunderstanding of ankle anatomy.
A comparison of paper calendars versus digital calendars showed that old-fashioned, hand-written plans are more likely to produce results.
A technique conservationists use to preserve sea turtle populations could backfire if implemented too broadly.