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Templeton Foundation
City Life

Science and Religion Have Never Been More at Odds. Can Conshohocken’s Templeton Foundation Bridge the Divide?

One would think claims of performing miracles would have a bit more resonance. After all, billions of people today hinge their religious faith on Jesus […]

medifind
NextHealth PHL

NextUp: MediFind Connects Patients to Life-Saving Information

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email [email protected] […]

NextHealth PHL

Here’s How Long Until a COVID-19 Vaccine Is Ready

The COVID-19 outbreak that began nearly three months ago in Wuhan, China has since affected more than 150,000 people across 131 countries, including the United […]

SHIP Building 1
NextHealth PHL

Biotech Tour: Inside the Newly Rehabbed Spring House Innovation Park

Lower Gwynedd Township in Montgomery County is now home to a new innovation hub born of old bones. Spring House Innovation Park (SHIP), a 600,000-square-foot […]

NextHealth PHL

Why Olive Oil Should Be Part of Your New Year’s Resolution

A new year and a new decade are approaching, which means many people are undoubtedly looking for new ways to make their lives better in […]

NextHealth PHL

This Villanova Researcher Is Using Earthworms to Create a Human Blood Substitute

When it comes to trauma care, donor blood is a precious commodity. As many as 4.5 million Americans receive life-saving blood transfusions each year. Many […]

NextHealth PHL

Here’s What Health Professionals Can Learn From Instagram Influencers

Social media is becoming an increasingly powerful tool for sharing health-related messages, but not every post has what it takes to go viral. And on […]

Rahul Shinde Wistar
NextHealth PHL

Wistar Institute Launches Fellowship to Invest in Early Career Researchers

The Wistar Institute, a local leader in cancer and vaccine research, has launched a new program to help early-career scientists become independent investigators. The Caspar […]

NextHealth PHL

This Lifelike Brain Could Help Doctors Prevent Traumatic Brain Injury

“Smart brain” sounds redundant because aren’t brains already inherently smart? But truth is, even the slightest head injury can cause major dysfunction in the human brain, sometimes […]

NextHealth PHL

GlaxoSmithKline Unveils $120 Million Renovation at Upper Merion Campus

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is making major changes at its Upper Merion East campus. On Wednesday, the global healthcare giant revealed the completion of a $120 million renovation […]

NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Local Company Making Clinical Trials More Accessible

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email [email protected] […]

NextHealth PHL

The Path to a Cure: Temple HIV Treatment Milestone Was 5 Years in the Making

Temple University researchers are one step closer to eliminating HIV in humans. This month, a team of interdisciplinary researchers led by professor Kamel Khalili released the results of […]

NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Philly Brain Researcher Working to Eliminate HIV

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email [email protected] with […]

City Life

LGBTQ People of Color Say Race Is Biggest Barrier to Their Advancement at Nonprofits

LGBTQ people of color say race is the most significant barrier to their advancement at nonprofits, according to a new report by Race to Lead, an […]

Business

Temple Study Finds Social Media Marketing Harms Business Long-Term

A new study out of Temple’s Fox School of Business has some findings that might make some businesses reconsider their social media marketing strategies. The […]