Labor economist Douglas Webber
Research shows economic value of a college degree
Meet Temple labor economist Douglas Webber, whose pioneering recent research sheds light on the economic value of a college degree.
June 9, 2017
A researcher holding up a syringe
Temple researchers extract HIV from infected cells
The scientists at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine are the first to demonstrate HIV can be removed from cells, preventing further infection.
May 12, 2017
Rachel Paul looking at zebrafish in a tank.
Science for real
Students become members of the research team to gain hands-on experience alongside faculty scientists and hone their career paths.
May 9, 2017
graduate student Zoe Ngo working with a child at a computer.
Temple researchers delve into childhood memory
Professor Nora Newcombe and graduate student Zoe Ngo are some of the first researchers to study pattern separation in children.
Chelsea Walton standing in front of a blackboard full of math equations
Temple mathematician Chelsea Walton named a 2017 Sloan Research Fellow
The highly competitive and prestigious honor identifies rising scientists who’ve made significant marks on their field and represent the next generation of leaders in the U.S. and Canada.
Engineering researchers handling test tubes in a lab.
Engineering researchers lend expertise on I-95 project
As I-95 construction continues, Temple researchers are studying the best ways to mitigate stormwater runoff from the expressway.
An illustration of serotonin molecules.
School of Pharmacy launches IBD treatment startup
Temple University scientists launched a new startup to explore a promising treatment for inflammatory bowel disease.
Domenico Praticò, professor of pharmacology, wearing a lab coat.
Temple research could shape Alzheimer’s treatment
A study at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine identified a protein that could serve as an alternative drug target in treatment of the disease.
Bottles and pills on display.
Chemistry research group earns nearly $4 million in grants
A professor-led team of students and postdoctoral researchers earned two National Institutes of Health grants for their work on antibiotics.
Peter Lelkes looking at a device in the lab.
Professor’s bone-repair technology moves closer to the OR
A Temple University bioengineering professor is developing a cutting-edge biodegradable material for use in orthopedic surgery.
A team of scientists talking in a laboratory.
Accelerating the path from discovery to drug
Temple has advanced seven projects and three startups through the Pharma Germinator, a partnership with Janssen Pharmaceuticals.
prescription medication bottles and pills.
Combating a crisis: Temple to host public opioid symposium
Temple professors are joining forces with community advocates and federal officials to host an opioid crisis symposium on Main Campus Nov. 19.
A screenshot of a molecular-dynamics simulation of Kevlar®.
Temple attains $20 million award for materials, brain injury research
Temple University faculty are participating in a $20 million, two-year agreement with other universities and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.