About STS
Quick Info
I would like to...
Our 2016 Sponsors

Chemical Heritage Foundation

Penn Medicine

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Drexel University Department of Physics

The dark reactions project

Philip Adler, Haverford College

Assessment of potential limits to effective eScience use of greenhouse gas data sets

Christopher Badurek, Drexel University

The tumor microenvironment: what is it, and how can we use it to treat cancer?

Adriana Benavides, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Gas clouds in space: how the Smith Gas Cloud survived passing through the Milky Way

Sarah Betti, Haverford College

Marred by the sea: the dynamic nature of coastal dunes

Bianca Reo Charbonneau, University of Pennsylvania

Exploring the deep sea: why haven't we completely mapped the world's largest biome?

Alanna Durkin, Temple University

Genes: the blueprints of blood

Christopher Edwards, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

How blood clots: the birth of platelet dense granules

Hayley Hanby, University of Pennsylvania / Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Massive stars and an almost-vacuum: how stars control the interstellar medium

Alex Hill, Haverford College

Addressing human disease by studying enzyme shape: the example of PKU

Eileen Jaffe, Temple University Health Services

Mapping neurons that may help bypass a spinal cord injury and restore movement

Kathy Keefe, Shriner's Pediatric Research Center

Studying the first galaxies by finding where they aren't

Saul Kohn, University of Pennsylvania

Reduced access to inpatient dermatologic care -- can we fix this?

Elizabeth Messenger, University of Delaware

Relationship between grip force and sEMG in brachioradialis

Aakankschit Nandkeolyar, Drexel University

How can stem cells teach us about disease?

Katherine Palozola, University of Pennsylvania

Nearly perfect graphene: grain boundary defects as electron highways

Madeleine Phillips, University of Pennsylvania

What are we made of? Exploring the most fundamental pieces of matter through high-energy particle collisions

Daniel Pitonyak, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Examining the impact of environmental, behavioral and physiological factors on the ability of dogs to detect disease

Lorenzo Ramirez, Penn Vet Working Dog Center

Provenance in diamond out

Dusan Ramljak, Temple University

Targeting Gαq/11 as a novel way to treat eye cancer

Clintina Randolph, Thomas Jefferson University

How does nature produce efficient vein networks

Henrik Ronellenfitsch, University of Pennsylvania

To what extent do education-based interventions alone curtail suicide among college students

Medha Sengupta, University of Pennsylvania

Can microbes control us?

Rohini Singh, University of Pennsylvania

Water transport in plants: a trade-off between efficiency and safety

Desislava Todorova, University of Pennsylvania

Energy efficient conversion of N2 into NH3: extracting fuel from thin air

Alexander Weberg, University of Pennsylvania