The award, one of the largest in medicine and science in the U.S., has been given for the last 20 years by Albany Medical Center to those who have altered and positively impacted the course
The U.S. FDA has given the first full approval to a COVID-19 mRNA vaccine, which uses modified mRNA technology invented and developed by scientists at Penn.
Technological improvements have changed the incentives of individuals to start their own business.
Penn Engineers and their colleagues showed that the proton conductivity of their new fluorine-free polymer increases with water content and exceeds that of Nafion, the current industry standard.
To address cost, time and accuracy, a new electrochemical test developed by Penn researchers uses electrodes made from graphite—the same material found in pencil lead.
The University periodically revises and updates its policies and procedures regarding patents and tangible research property, to ensure that such policies and procedures keep pace with best practices.
Penn Dental Medicine, Penn Engineering Award first IDEA Prize to advance oral health care innovation
Penn Dental Medicine and Penn Engineering, which teamed earlier this year to launch the Center for Innovation and Precision Dentistry (CiPD), recently awarded the Center’s first IDEA Prize.
New research has shown a way to build and package microbatteries that maximizes energy density even at the smallest sizes.
A new technology for cellular immunotherapy showed promising anti-tumor activity in the lab against hard-to-treat cancers driven by the once-considered “undruggable” KRAS mutation.
The animals lost weight despite eating more. But would it work in humans?