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Use of Conservative and Social Media Linked with COVID-19 Misinformation

People who rely on mainstream TV and print news are better informed.

Research Debunks Coronavirus Myths

The work to combat misinformation about the virus has been cited in many media outlets.

Graduate Student News

Herbert Named 2020 Mirzayan Fellow at National Academies

She will study science and technology policy and the role that scientists and engineers play in advising the nation.


Health Care Podcast Tradeoffs to Launch at Penn

Exploring our confusing, costly, and often counterintuitive health care system.


Exploring Cryptocurrency and Blockchain in Iceland

A virtual reality film, photo series, and soundscape document the effect the industry is having on natural resources and people.


Signaling the Trustworthiness of Science

How can researchers best communicate that their work follows the norms of science?

Faculty News

Communication Neuroscience Scholar Emily Falk Promoted to Full Professor

She is an innovative and collaborative scholar, a thoughtful teacher, and a committed supporter of young researchers.


For People with Strong Life Purpose, Making Healthier Choices May Be Less Effortful, New Study Shows

Some people experience less decisional conflict when making health related choices.


Do Most Americans Believe in Human-Caused Climate Change?

It depends on how you ask; three wording decisions can significantly alter estimates.

Faculty News

Jemmott Receives Grant to Study HIV/AIDS among Youth in Botswana

The researchers will conduct focus groups, consult with community advisory boards, and pilot an intervention program.