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|Global Biomedical Service In China|
Under Ocek Eke, Director for Global and Local Service Learning Programs, Penn Engineering students are on a two-week trip Shantou, China to make orthotics for children with neuromusculoskeletal disorders. They're documenting their experience on a blog.
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|Feats to Fortify Internet Security|
|As an influential scholar in the crucial practice and theory of computer security, Nadia Heninger, Magerman Term Assistant Professor in Computer and Information Science, finds consequential digital vulnerabilities, and devises and shares solutions before harm ensues. She works to make systems more secure by understanding how they fail, generating insights that have prevented grievous losses of data, privacy and security.|
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|Penn Researchers Improve Computer Modeling for Designing Drug-delivery Nanocarriers|
In a study led by Ravi Radhakrishnan, Professor in Bioengineering and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,a team of Penn researchers has developed a computer model that will aid in the design of nanocarriers, microscopic structures used to guide drugs to their targets in the body.
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|Innovation Prize Awarded for Device That Continuously Tracks Body Temperature|
Penn Engineering alumnus William Duckworth and Aaron Goldstein, graduate of the Wharton School, have created "Fever Smart," a digital thermometer that is applied like a Band-Aid under a patient's arm and wirelessly feeds temperature to a smartphone. They are two of the four winners of the inaugural President's Innovation Prize.