Dan Huh Wins 2018 Lush Science Prize for Organ-on-a-Chip Work

Penn Engineering Professor Awarded NASA Grant to Improve Satellite Communication

Treating Spinal Pain with Replacement Discs Made of ‘Engineered Living Tissue’ Moves Closer to Reality

Three Penn Engineers Recognized as APS Fellows

Engineering/Wharton Start-Up Avisi Technologies on their way to FDA Approval

Nanowerk on Nanotribological Printing

Nanotribological printing is anew kind of additive manufacturing technique developed by Robert Robert Carpick, John Henry Towne Professor and Chair of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, and Harman Khare, a member of his lab.

Wall Street Journal’s ‘Moving Upstream’ on Autonomous Flight

The Wall Street Journal’s docu-series “Moving Upstream” takes a closer look at disruptive technologies that are changing the way we live, work and communicate. Topics in its second season include gene editing, cryptocurrencies, and the deceptive videos known as “Deepfakes.” For its latest episode, “The Future of Flight: AI in the Cockpit,” host Jason Bellini visited PERCH to […]

At New College House, Small Self-Driving Cars Race Each Other

Promoting Innovative, Reproducible Science: Penn’s Research Excellence Initiative

Penn Engineers Discover New Cellular ‘Elevator’ That’s Controlled by Light

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