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You can’t burst this professor’s bubble. Assistant professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Daeyeon Lee recently won the 3M Nontenured Faculty Award for creating particles that are hollow and lightweight, like bubbles, but are also surprisingly sturdy.
In the course of keeping patients alive, medical ventilators can overstretch and injure the lungs, sometimes killing the patient. Engineering senior Jessie Huang has created a new scientific method that will help scientists who are researching this phenomenon.
Now in its second semester, Resident Select — an online movie-streaming website offered through the Penn Video Network, which supplies traditional cable TV on campus — now has 800 to 1,000 hits a month.
Jim Senese, Engineering senior on the Heavy Weight Crew Team, has chosen to build a device — which expands like a telescope — that will be able to shift oars outward and inward. The system is similar to that of gears on a bike.
Last year’s electrical and systems engineering seniors saw a hole in their department’s curriculum and designed a course to fill it. For the past few years, ESE freshmen could not take an introductory course about their major until their second semester, when they start ESE 170 or 171.
The Committee on Manufacturer Responsibility will make a recommendation this Spring regarding Penn's contract with Adidas, which has been accused of not paying severance benefits to former workers of the PT Kizone factory in Indonesia.
SIGGRAPH, Penn’s chapter of the Association for Computer Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, has recently shifted its focus to help engineering students in the Digital Media Design program apply for jobs in computer graphics and animation.
Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science professor Vijay Kumar received a lot of press attention and academic accolades this past year for his work on tiny autonomous robots — called quadrotors for the four rotating rotors that allow them to maneuver through the air.
A Department of Defense white paper outlining the circumstances in which the U.S. government can order the killing of any member of Al Qaeda’s leadership abroad provoked a variety of reactions among several Penn faculty whose research interests relate to drone warfare.
Professor Mark Yim works late nights with students and staff of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics to design boat robots in Pottruck's Sheerr Pool.
Ariela Nurko, a 2009 Engineering graduate and 2005 Engineering graduate Paul Kanyuk are both part of the team that worked on the Oscar-nominated film, “Brave.” Both are graduates from the school’s Digital Media Design Program.
The Penn Gamers Club meets every Wednesday on the third floor of Houston Hall to play obscure, interactive board games. Members of the club speak about the hours they spend competing and 'trash talking' as if they're playing sports.
A diagram of electrical and systems engineering professor Jan Van der Spiegel's "foveated CCD chip" is currently being displayed in an Artist’s Choice exhibition curated by conceptual and performance artist Trisha Donelly.
This weekend, Penn received an influx of great technological minds. Included among these were 2011 Engineering graduates Lu Chen and Ryan Menezes, who are both software engineers at Facebook.
Follow our reporter through the biggest University Hackathon in the world.
Last semester, residents in Rodin and Harrison college houses, Sansom Place East and Sansom Place West received some welcome news. The message announced the trial of AirPennNet-Device, a new Wi-Fi network enabling users to connect devices that are not compatible with AirPennNet to Penn’s wireless Internet.
HEMM, which took place Thursday and Friday last week in Huntsman Hall, is the organization’s flagship event and represents the culmination of a yearlong effort
Jazz and Grooves is a SPEC committee of about 20 members known for organizing shows featuring up-and-coming indie and electronic bands, as well as rappers, DJs and producers.
Last night in the Zellerbach Theatre, The Wharton School and the Penn Institute for Urban Research hosted a screening of Overdraft — a PBS documentary — which discusses the causes and dire consequences of the United States’ soaring national debt.