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When COVID-19 forced the world into lockdown, Drexel Senior Hannah Beier didn’t let social distancing stop her from creating a new process for remotely art directing photo shoots. Her innovation, created as part of her senior thesis, landed one of her photographs on the cover of TIME.
For poorer people in India and many other countries, a computer engineer has found a way to detect breast cancer without radiation using a new ceramic sensor technology developed at Drexel University.
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The Academy’s Entomology Collection of more than 4 million specimens provides a valuable resource to science and society in protecting the nation’s food supply.
When most of the activity in Philadelphia came to a halt due in an effort to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus, Drexel University alum Evan Ehlers and his food recovery nonprofit saw more action than ever — and rose to the challenge to benefit the city’s less fortunate.
At Drexel’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, scientists have once again broadened our view of the life that surrounds us by entering dozens of new species into the scientific record in 2020.
“Resilience,” an award-winning humanitarian sci-fi city-builder video game set on an alien moon, blends engaging game play with deeply researched realism to bring the global refugee crisis home.
“I know the world is going to change, and therefore, the University must change with it.”
— Anthony J. Drexel, Founder