• For Early Amphibians, a New Lifestyle Meant a New Spine

For Early Amphibians, a New Lifestyle Meant a New Spine

A Blueprint for Designing and Synthesizing New, Multifunctional Materials

Penn Engineers’ Nanoscale Studies Pave Way for ‘Next-generation’ Li-ion Batteries

Penn Engineers Pave Way for Chip Components that Could Serve as Both RAM and ROM

Rapid COVID-19 Diagnostic Test Delivers Results Within 4 Minutes With 90 Percent Accuracy

Penn Engineers’ New Filtration Membranes Have Unprecedented Performance Thanks to Uniform, One-nanometer-wide Pores

Penn Engineers’ Supersymmetry-inspired Microlaser Arrays Pave Way for Powering Chip-sized Optical Systems

Modified Nanoparticles Can Stop Osteoarthritis Development

Even Without a Brain, Penn Engineering’s Metal-eating Robots Can Search for Food

Penn, CHOP and Yale Researchers’ Molecular Simulations Uncover How Kinase Mutations Lead to Cancer Progression

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