Widener University Observatory Director Harry Augensen shares his memories of the lunar landing and his thoughts on the future of space exploration.
The new Widener.edu offers a cutting-edge and engaging digital experience designed for the next generation of students.
Student faculty-research team uses red wine derivative to stop progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
A psychology student-faculty research team is trying to determine what influences our choices in the foods we eat.
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