• Penn Bioengineer Develops Technology to Keep Track of Living Cells and Tissues

Penn Bioengineer Develops Technology to Keep Track of Living Cells and Tissues

Penn Engineers Create Chip That Can Process and Classify Nearly Two Billion Images per Second

Penn Engineers Develop a New Method that Could Enable a Patient’s Own Antibodies to Eliminate Their Tumors

Making Chemical Separation More Eco-friendly with Self-assembled Nanoscale Membranes

New ASSET Center Will Focus on the Safety, Explainability and Trustworthiness of AI Systems

Penn Engineers Discover How a Magnetic Property Can Manipulate Light in Semiconductor Materials

Decoding a Material’s ‘Memory’

Penn Engineering Opens the Door for a New Class of Polymers That Can Improve Nanopatterning

Uncovering Unexpected Properties in a Complex Quantum Material

How to Design a Sail that Won’t Tear or Melt on an Interstellar Voyage

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