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Tech

09/07/15 11:00pm
The winning team, four Carnegie Mellon students, created a device that aids visually impaired people in communicating with technology.
09/07/15 10:46pm
Many desktop computers on the first floor of Van Pelt have been marked as out of order.
09/03/15 12:07am
This year's hackathon will feature themed categories and place an emphasis on civic engagement.
09/02/15 11:14pm
The Penn Robocup team travelled to China this July to compete in the Robocup World Finals.
09/02/15 11:11pm
The Division of Public Safety has been researching body cameras, but is in no rush to implement a new system.
09/02/15 10:14pm
No one was more shocked at finding their name among the 32 million Ashley Madison subscribers than one Penn professor. 
09/01/15 11:23pm

Penn entrepreneurs win health startup competition

Krystle Karoscik and Medha Sengupta recently won the National Institute of Health Neuro Startup Challenge, which involved creating a company to market a medical invention.
08/30/15 11:27pm
PennApps, the largest collegiate hackathon in the country, will take place next weekend.
08/26/15 11:09pm
As of this year, online courses are offered by all of Penn’s 12 schools.
08/25/15 11:02pm
The startup allows students to buy and sell anything from textbooks and dorm supplies to tutoring services.
08/20/15 2:16am
Wharton classmates remember newly instated Google CEO Sundar Pichai as reflective, thoughtful and down to earth.
07/02/15 4:00am

Penn alum develops app aiming to make college admissions advice more affordable

Ivy Authority, which was co-founded by 2010 College graduate Michael Tate, allows students from around the globe to ask questions regarding the college application process and receive answers from Ivy graduates
06/25/15 3:53pm
Penn students can now learn about everything from property law to limb anatomy to global business with nothing but a thirst for knowledge and an internet connection.
06/18/15 6:00am
1997 Wharton and College graduate Elon Musk, who has been dubbed by Robert Downey Jr. as the real-life Iron Man, may have outdone even Iron Man with his latest creation.
06/11/15 6:07am
Astronomy assistant professor Cullen Blake and graduate student David Sliski hope to discover planets orbiting stars other than the Sun.
05/28/15 6:48am
The study revealed that there may be a significant number of viable organs that were previously disregarded on the basis of their HIV infection available for donation.
05/25/15 10:00am
Pennant, a new digital infrastructure, will replace the system that has managed student billing, financial aid, academic records and registration for over 35 years.
05/22/15 10:00am
The Computer and Information Science department will launch a new class aimed at non-majors.
05/18/15 10:00am
Four engineering seniors have worked since September to create a product they call Turbox, which can generate power in remote, off-grid locations.
05/15/15 2:16pm
A look at what was trending during the Class of 2015's freshman year.