After nearly two years of research, a molecular combination found to cure cells of HIV was published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The method is still a long way from widespread public use, however.
Complaints of biased funding focus on two economics professors’ 2013 private-prison study.
In a study of privately-run prisons, funding from private prison companies was not originally stated, something the complaint argues influenced objectivity.
The philanthropists followed up on donation that started campus station.
Researchs look at subjects’ blood to find risk of developing Alzheimer’s in later life.
John-Paul Himka was invited to Main Campus by the Temple Slavic Association to present his research.
Distance from headquarters to company meetings could be a sign of trouble, study says.
Officials determined the student contracted the disease while at Princeton.
Despite negative feedback, professor says tornado walls could be effective in saving lives.
Temple's Center for Itch is the first center of its kind in the nation