• Penn Engineers Coax White Blood Cells to Crawl Upstream, Enabling Faster Route to Infections

Penn Engineers Coax White Blood Cells to Crawl Upstream, Enabling Faster Route to Infections

Penn Engineers’ Self-healing Liquid Metal Electrode Extends Life of Li-ion Battery Alternative

University of Pennsylvania receives $25 million gift to create data science building

From the Classroom to the Lab and Back Again

Three Singh Center Projects are Finalists in Nano-image Contest

Solving Complex Problems with Purpose

Aleksandra Vojvodic: Leveraging Chemistry for a Green World

Training the next generation of globally minded researchers

Researchers Achieve Large-area Single Crystal in a Self-assembled Soft Material

In Memoriam: William L. Conger (ChE PhD ’65)

William L. Conger (ChE PhD ’65) passed away at his home on July 26, 2019. He was a Chemical Engineering alum who spoke with pride about his alma mater and continued supporting the Department after graduating in 1965. His career path took him to Exxon Mobile (formerly Esso) where he worked as a chemical engineer. […]

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