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Utilizing new technology applications, the University is working with 3Dream Studios to create rich and immersive learning experiences for online students.
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In partnership with the School District of Philadelphia, Drexel's School of Education is working to find new ways to prepare educators for the challenges of special education classrooms.
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Successful engineers have a unique set of skills. How could those skills prove valuable when attempting to evaluate or avert global crises?
Philadelphia City Hall at night
Can a massive initiative to provide mental illness literacy training to 100,000 Philadelphia workers and residents teach our communities to be kinder?
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Developing a great idea is only the first step. Sometimes, pushing that idea forward is even more challenging.

New Applications

What if mobile gaming could be used as a teaching tool to make learning an enjoyable and interactive experience?
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Beauty is all around us. This engaging exhibit showcases breathtaking imagery resulting from a unique combination of design, science, and research.
How often do you consider the implications and effects of water runoff in urban areas? This holiday not only encourages you to do so more often, it asks you to consider how we can manage it more effectively.

The opioid epidemic in the Kensington section of Philadelphia, along with other areas across the U.S., is growing worse each day. The Drexel Naloxone Outreach Project (NOP) is allowing students to make a positive impact at the ground level.
Learn how the power of music therapy can help patients fight back against the slow creep of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other forms of memory degeneration.
Violence and suffering has effects that are not always easy to see or, in some cases, even acknowledge. Following a drive to make a difference for trauma survivors, Mona Elgohail’s journey has taken her to the other side of the world.
Learn more about some of the strategies, techniques, and methodologies used to teach Drexel graduate students how they can harness their creativity and think outside of the box.

New Discoveries

For many patients, a devastating spinal cord injury could mean a lifetime of reliance on a ventilator to breathe. Researchers from Drexel University College of Medicine and the University of Texas are working together in hopes of changing that.
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American households collectively throw away an estimated 80 billion pounds of food each year. These researchers are looking for methods to repurpose this waste in appetizing ways.
Everyone knows cigarette smoke is persistent, pervasive, and dangerous. But research shows it may be even more difficult to avoid than previously thought.
It has long-since believed that the key to understanding another person's perspective is learning "how they think." Researchers from Drexel University's Creativity Research Lab are doing just that.
The evolution of a species relies on a wide variety of internal and external factors to arrive at specific developmental points. Recent studies show that these ants have been influenced in a most unexpected way.