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Why it’s impossible to actually be a vegetarian!

Jean and I are both vegetarians. Indeed, Jean has been a ‘veggie’ for decades and I swung inline with her when we started being together in 2008. 1,404 more words

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A Review: Philadelphia in Style at the Michener.

Fashion at the Michener? Like the writer James A.? Yes, there is a museum dedicated to writer James A. Michener, and it’s nestled in Doylestown, PA. 660 more words

Style

"Just Add Salt" Drexel U Researchers Discover Method for Improvong Energy Storage Materials: May also offer attractive properties for Desalination Membranes and Photocatalysis

The secret to making the best energy storage materials is growing them with as much surface area as possible. Like baking, it requires just the right mixture of ingredients prepared in a specific amount and order at just the right temperature to produce a thin sheet of material with the perfect chemical consistency to be useful for storing energy. 1,038 more words

Nanotechnology

Family Urges Suspect To Come Forward After Deadly Hit And Run

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A Drexel University graduate, an engineer, and a lover of Philadelphia, is how the family of a slain bicyclist is describing him. 215 more words

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Michael Lane - Breathing easier after spinal cord injury

From the Michael Lane Lab Website

“With a primary focus on pre-clinical research, our long-term goal is to develop strategies for improving functional outcome after cervical spinal cord injury (SCI)” 170 more words

Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Research

Schuylkill Yards: Innovation With Inclusion

Drexel University Announces 20-year Plan to Create Innovation Neighborhood in University City

On Wednesday, March 2nd, Drexel University President, John Fry announced plans for the Schuylkill Yards project to a packed, tented area at One Drexel Plaza. 525 more words

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