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This year's Senior Design Project winners are bringing portable wind energy to anywhere from Sub-Saharan Africa to Nepal, all in a small wood paneled box.
Fear not, Candy Crush lovers — Penn offers a class that applies the same gaming concepts to class grading and student motivation.
For some Penn students, hacking is more than a hobby — it’s a culture in itself.
If you are tired of flipping back and forth between Penn Course Review and Penn InTouch, three Penn students might have a solution.
Penn alumni are revolutionizing 3D printing technology with their new product known as BioBots — which was recently awarded the Most Innovative Company at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival this past March.
The Internet of Things will connect everyday products, from toothbrushes to couches to doors, to the Internet — and Penn faculty are at the forefront.
With construction of the Pennovation Center underway, innovation is all the rage at Penn — but many may not know that support and funding has been long available through a variety of channels within the University.
Vijay Kumar, a professor in the School of Engineering and Applied Science and a researcher in robotics, is set to take the helm of the school when he replaces Dean Eduardo Glandt beginning June 1.
If you thought Wharton was competitive before, think again.
Penn is adding another dual-degree program to its repertoire, this one between the School of Engineering and Applied Science and Penn Law School.
It’s recruitment season for Hexagon, a senior society for Engineering students founded in 1910 — and the current members are ready to welcome the next class into their close-knit group.
Five Engineering seniors are changing the life of an 8-year-old boy while revolutionizing the field of 3-D printed prosthetics for their senior project.
For those set on sneaking into the nonexistent restricted section of Van Pelt Library late at night, electrical and systems engineering professor Nader Engheta is working with materials that can bend light in a manner reminiscent of an invisibility cloak straight out of Harry Potter.
With women making up only 20 percent of engineering students nationwide, on average, females are at a statistical disadvantage when it comes to finding mentors — and for those who have, mentorship has proven key.
The professor leading your weekly lecture might spend her time outside of the classroom protecting the nation from internet security breaches or improving video games. Penn's School of Engineering and Applied Science's faculty conducts innovative research that is revolutionizing fields from computer science to biology to animation. The Daily Pennsylvanian checked in with a few faculty members to see where their research is headed.
What goes on in the orange world behind the glass walls of the nanotechnology building? The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Engineering professor Mark Allen, the Inaugural Scientific Director of the Singh Center for Nanotechnology, to get an inside look.
One PennApps team has created an app could work like AdBlock for real life — and could potentially make them big bucks in the near future.
With another mobile app joining the campus directory ranks at Penn, students may soon have to think of another excuse for being late to class.
Two teams from Penn are one step closer to winning the annual Hult Prize, a social entrepreneurship start-up incubator with a $1,000,000 prize. Now they must work to prepare for regionals, where the competition gets more intense.