The William Penn Foundation awarded nearly $1 million to the College of Education for two new research projects, one being the first of its kind.
July 30, 2015
A study supported by Temple's Center on Regional Politics released Monday showed that closing the gaps in Pennsylvania’s student achievement levels would result in major economic gains.
July 16, 2015
New research from the Temple University School of Medicine determined that bacterial communities, or biofilm, may play a role in the development of lupus. This discovery could shed light on other autoimmune diseases.
July 9, 2015
Temple graduates performed better than expected in midcareer earnings and student-loan repayment according to the Brookings Institution’s “Beyond College Rankings” 2015 report.
Using advanced fMRI imaging, researchers at the Temple University School of Medicine found that areas of the brain involved in motor control and reward processing were more activated in chronic itch patients than in healthy subjects.
Temple University Hospital is the lead institution participating in a nationwide Phase II clinical trial on an investigational oral tablet therapy used to suppress inflammation and ease breathing in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The College of Engineering has teamed up with NASA to collect biological samples of both the upper atmosphere and near outer space.
HIV-infected individuals have a much lower risk of developing AIDS or other serious illnesses when taking antiretroviral drugs immediately upon diagnosis, according to the findings of a major international clinical trial in which Temple University Hospital is participating.
Temple will showcase faculty-created technologies and seek license and commercialization opportunities during the 2015 BIO International Convention, June 15-18, in Philadelphia.
A new class of magnets that offers a host of possible energy applications has been discovered by researchers at Temple University and the University of Maryland.
Temple showcased several faculty-created technologies as it launched Temple Ventures—Powered by Ben Franklin in a ceremony April 24 at the Science Education and Research Center.
The dispersant used to remediate the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is more toxic to corals than the spilled oil, according to a study conducted at Temple University.
Reflecting the continuing growth of the university’s research enterprise, Temple has moved into the top 100 for research expenditures, according to the latest rankings from the National Science Foundation.