Karen Winey, TowerBrook Foundation Faculty Fellow and chair of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), works with Demi Moed, MSE senior and Rachleff Scholar, to load a polymer onto the brass heating element of a broadband dielectric spectrometer to measure ionic conductivity.

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Inventing the Future

New GRASP Project Aims to Leverage ‘Embodied Intelligence’ via a Robotic Squirrel

It takes about a year before human infants master their own motor skills well enough to walk. Legged robots don’t have it so easy. Only the most advanced can walk with a smooth, natural gait, and even those can be stymied by a small pile of rubble or sand.

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Using Statistics to Uncover the Truth About Individual Cells

Researchers at Penn Engineering have developed a better method for interpreting data from single-cell RNA sequencing technologies.

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Engineering Enterprise: A Three-Pack Of Startups

Penn Engineers get an early advantage in the startup game. Coursework, competitions, funding and other resources offered by the University infuse students with the interdisciplinary education, experience and support needed to envision and implement impactful solutions to a wide range of global problems.

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Powering the Future with Giant Clams

In 2014, Shu Yang, of the Materials Science and Engineering, joined School of Arts and Sciences’ biophysicist Alison Sweeney on an unusual quest. Backed by a NSF INSPIRE grant for bold, interdisciplinary research, the duo aimed to unlock the solar-powered secrets of the giant clam.

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News

Sampath Kannan Wins India Research and Engagement Fund Grant for ‘Safe Internet of Things’

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Akshay Ramani: Voices of Penn Engineering Master’s Alumni

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Linguistic Red Flags from Facebook Posts Can Predict Future Depression Diagnoses

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Events

CBE Thesis Defense: "Interfacial Phenomena Involving Macromolecules for Emulsion Processing"

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MEAM Tedori-Callinan Distinguished Lecture: "Atomistically Inspired Origami"

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CIS Seminar: "Putting Networks on a Firm Footing: Revolutionizing Network Management (and More)"

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Announcement

Claire Donovan and Adele Li: PennApps and ‘Conscious Hacking’

For the last three years, Claire Donovan and Adele Li have worked in the logistics and outreach committees at PennApps, the University of Pennsylvania’s first-of-its-kind collegiate hackathon, rising to the executive board, and now both serve as directors of the organization. This eighteenth iteration of PennApps marks the first in which two women have sat on top of the organization. PennApps XVIII is happening from September 7–9 in Penn’s Engineering Quad, where around 1,200 students and 40 sponsors will attend, with over $80,000 dollars in prizes to be given out.

Penn Researchers Discover that Class of Neurological Disorders Share Common 3D Genome Folding Pattern

In a study led by Jennifer Phillips-Cremins, Assistant Professor in Bioengineering, researchers have found another common thread linking nearly all of the TNR expansion diseases: the complicated 3D patterns that the DNA is folded into in order to fit in the nucleus of the cell.

Robert Ghrist Named Inaugural Faculty Co-Director of the Office of Penn First Plus Students

Robert Ghrist, the Andrea Mitchell University Professor with appointments in Penn Engineering’s Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering and the Department of Mathematics in the School of Arts and Sciences, has been named an inaugural co-director of the Office of Penn First Plus Students.

Penn Engineering Launches Online Master's in Computer Science

Penn Engineering is now offering its first completely online master's degree, a Master of Computer and Information Technology. MCIT Online is designed to be affordable, at one-third the cost of an on-campus degree, and open to students with no previous background in computer science.

About Penn Engineering

At Penn Engineering, we are preparing the next generation of innovative engineers, entrepreneurs and leaders. Our unique culture of cooperation and teamwork, emphasis on research, and dedicated faculty advisors who teach as well as mentor, provide the ideal environment for the intellectual growth and development of well-rounded global citizens.


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