Donald Trump has said he would deport 11 million undocumented workers in the United States. But his alma mater predicts large economic repercussions based on his immigration plan.
The Amazon@Penn opened last May and has since impressed students with its convenience and use of new technology.
PennApps — the weekend-long hackathon at Penn that happens twice a year — drew to a close in Irvine Auditorium on Sunday.
In interviews with four former Office of College House Computing employees and two student ITAs the picture of a small office on the precipice of boiling over comes into focus.
The Pennovation Center is a 58,000 square foot business incubator and laboratory located on Grays Ferry Avenue by the Schuylkill River.
Will Hampton and Bill Lynch, 2010 College graduates, launched HotMaps, a social networking app that streamlines the search for nightlife locations using a numerical rating system on June 29.
Virtually every large employer now uses automated applicant tracking software to filter through the mountains of resumes.
This year’s President’s Innovation Prize recipients are joining the Pennovation Center, the University's Division of Facilities and Real Estate Services announced on June 28.
Differential privacy is a set of statistical techniques that can produce information about a certain population without providing enough information for individuals within that population to be identified.
According to Canvas at Penn’s blog post about the May 16th user interface update, everyone would “jump for joy over the new Canvas UI!” But to students, while a welcome change, the update was largely inconsequential.
The card game company, known for its crude and unusual antics like selling a box of bull feces literally labeled “Bullshit” on Black Friday, offered her a full four-year scholarship to earn her STEM degree.
Spanish, French, Mandarin — and Java? As the debate to consider counting coding as a foreign language grows louder, members of the Penn community weigh in on the possibility of a similar policy here.
In the midst of a growing startup culture in Philadelphia, Weiss Labs hosted Demo Days, one of its largest entrepreneurship events of the year.
On Friday, dozens of guests had the opportunity to watch seven of Philadelphia’s top startup companies present their pitches in front of a panel of venture capitalists for feedback.
Penn Medicine, along with five other peer institutions, has partnered with The Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy to develop new techniques for the treatment of cancers.
The energy industry burns hundreds of millions of dollars worth of methane as fuel every year, simply because it’s currently the most efficient use of the gas. But Penn Chemistry professor Daniel Mindiola is researching cleaner and more productive uses.
One Penn professor has set his sights far beyond University City: He has teamed up with NASA to discover planets like Earth that exist beyond our own galaxy.
Only a few months after being founded, Penn's brand new start-up incubator WeissLabs is already helping launch seven up-and-coming student companies.
Three of the sixteen finalists of Inc. Magazine’s Best College Startup of 2016 competition are composed of Penn undergraduates.
The ideas were developed by student teams in the Wharton Business Plan Competition.