The Center received the grant from the Department of Transportation after going through a very intense, competitive process. The Center is developing technologies to promote driving safety and traffic efficiency.
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Penn Engineering students who won second place at the senior design competition last semester recently received a runner-up commendation in an NIH competition.
Since it was launched Aug. 20, it's gotten 3,000 downloads and 2,000 users.
Graphene Frontiers, a company founded by Penn faculty through the UPstart program, was awarded a $744,600 grant from the National Science Foundation last week.
Student-run venture capital firm Dorm Room Fund is now accepting applications. The firm, funded by First Round Capital, offers $10,000 to $20,000 in investments to each company it accepts. The money is meant to help the selected groups get over their first hurdles of financial risk.
Starting in September, the UPstart program under Penn’s Center for Technology Transfer will start a partnership with NovoBioPharma.
Five teams will win eight weeks of mentorship and a $1,000 stipend to help transform their apps into businesses.
The ETH Zurich team's app, Weighly, used phone cameras to weigh bowls filled with rice, flour and other substances.
This semester's PennApps will be the largest student-run hackathon of all time.
The restaurant serves Korean and Japanese food.
WhartonConnect and WhartonKnow&Go are supposed to change the way students network with each other.
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Last Friday, about 250 guests, students and faculty from various Turkish cultural associations enjoyed Turkish food, music and calligraphy in Houston’s Hall of Flags for Philly Turkish Night 2013 — an annual banquet hosted in turn by Penn, Drexel and Temple universities.
Last night, Jane Harman gave a presentation at the Law School on the “extrajudicial” use of drones.
This Saturday, students, academics and professionals met in Huntsman Hall to discuss the ethical repercussions of the microfinancial industry.
The 10th annual Wharton China Conference discussed the country's transition and change.
On Saturday, the Dining Philosophers, Penn’s student computer science club, hosted a Finishathon for programmers, hackers, entrepreneurs and mentors to finish the projects that they started two weeks ago at Hackathon.
Last night, political science professor Ian Lustick spoke at Houston Hall for Penn Political Review’s 2013 kickoff event, which celebrated the publication’s 10th anniversary.