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.
His TED talks, which both detail his work on drones and discuss the future of flying robots, have garnered a countless total number of views — the first talk reaching nearly 4 million on the TED website.
Twins might normally be compared for their similarities and differences, but only one set of twins can say they have been studied for their reactions to space flight versus time on Earth.
Despite the name, a background in IT isn’t the most important part of being an IT Advisor. What is? Customer service.
Big Pharma is tapping into the vast pool of knowledge at Penn Medicine.
Everipedia’s vision is to become the most accessible online encyclopedia that can be edited by members of the public.
Laptops can be distracting, and increasingly, many professors have begun to introduce laptop policies that determine when laptops can be used or whether they can be used at all.
Oncora is a startup that compiles data from millions of patient records in order for doctors to gain predictive insight into what type of cancer treatment will work best for a patient, making the overall process more personalized.
The pair saw the potential demand for an application that would enable students to find a peer with a particular skill set and has worked for the past year and a half to bring their idea to life.
Students across the Philadelphia area gathered together on Feb. 24 at the University City Science Center’s Quorum to compete for thousands of dollars in prize money at the first-ever College Pitch Philly competition.
Nearly 400 musicians from 64 countries signed up to participate in a 48-hour international music production competition operated by Engineering graduate student Nicholas Yiu called Mixathon48.
With demolition underway at nearby Penn Tower, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology braces for impact.
The congressional hearing, which plays into the determination of the federal budget, dealt with the role of the aircraft carrier in ensuring the superiority of the U.S. military’s naval power.
In response to the lack of females in the industry, FemmeHacks was started at Drexel University by Engineering sophomore Andrea Baric, who transferred to Penn from Drexel last fall.
Three-and-a-half days of our lives are spent untangling earbuds. This is the premise on which 1994 Engineering graduate Vanessa Chan markets her new product loopit, a pair of earbuds that rarely tangle due to a patent pending magnetic clasp.