Three Engineering grads turned their senior design project into a start-up, which launches on Kickstarter this weekend.
The creators combined commitment to homelessness research and background in geographic visualization to develop the app.
The creators have not discussed their sites with one another but agree that it would be ideal to incorporate this function into Penn InTouch itself.
Penn is the only school in the Ivy League that does not offer dance courses.
Since the beginning of October, it already has over 500 users and about 100 postings.
In efforts to lower health care costs,Dental School professor Henry Daniell is developing a new platform for drug manufacturing and delivery by growing vegetables.
Several Penn researchers have been involved in a project whose goal is to analyze why the universe is expanding contrary to the laws of gravity.
Penn researchers can tell by your tweets.
A new course taught by the director of the Center for Technology Transfer Fellows Program aims to help students create and develop their own startup.
RHex’s ability to adjust to different terrains raises the possibility of using it for search and rescue robotics or for scientific data collection in remote environments.
Researchers in disciplines from religious studies to nursing are studying the cultural significance of ghosts.
The new contactless Penn card is more secure and has gotten positive reviews so far.
PennApps Labs hopes that student developers will use the data to build Penn-related apps.
Penn physicists contributed to the construction and design of ATLAS, which made the discovery of the particle possible.
Professors advocate bump-outs, big picture reforms and student safety education.
With licenses borrowed from Weigle Information Commons, Penn students can now access Lynda.com, an online training website, from any location on any machine for one day at a time.
The University is sponsoring the Sight and Soundtrack section of the upcoming 22nd annual Philadelphia Film Festival, which will take place between Oct. 17 and Oct. 27.
Competition finalists’ apps will be developed by venture capital firms.
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.
Penn Engineering students who won second place at the senior design competition last semester recently received a runner-up commendation in an NIH competition.