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Past Month


  • As One, 2015, inkjet print; courtesy of the Brendan Fernandes and Monique Meloche Gallery Internationally Acclaimed Artist Brendan Fernandes Brings Solo Exhibition to Drexel
    January 15, 2020

    A solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed, multidisciplinary artist, Brendan Fernandes will open at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, of Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design on Tuesday, Jan. 14. The exhibition, entitled Brendan Fernandes: We Want a We – will showcase a diverse blend of performative, sculptural and photographic works from the past five years, and marks the first retrospective of this important artists work in Philadelphia.

  • smog Suffocating Ozone - Policies That Stem Emission of Precursor Chemicals Save Lives and Crops
    January 8, 2020

    An international team of environmental and atmospheric scientists have pinpointed the chemical emissions that contribute the most to the harmful air quality conditions that are choking more and more cities and causing health problems and reducing agricultural production across the United States. The findings suggest that targeted policies could be more effective in limiting the formation of ground-level ozone, like smog, which contributes to tens of thousands of respiratory related deaths and nearly a billion dollars of crop loss each year.