The Fire Awards are PHL Inno’s premiere awards program, showcasing the businesses, institutions and individuals driving the Philadelphia region’s innovation scene forward.
Engheta was granted this prestigious award, which is one of the world’s oldest science and technology awards, for his transformative innovations in engineering novel metamaterials.
viTToria Biotherapeutics and Exyn Technologies, both startups co-founded by Penn faculty, won recent awards from the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies.
Penn President Liz Magill awarded the 2023 President’s Innovation Prize toGabriella Daltoso, Sophie Ishiwari, Gabriela Cano, Caroline Amanda Magro, and Tifara Eliana Boyce for their project, Sonura.
The Equimeter team consisted of undergraduates Ujjayi Pamidigantam (Vagelos LSM), Parthiv Patel (Vagelos LSM), and Advait T. (Vagelos LSM)
Three Penn Spinouts Made Philadelphia Business Journal’s PHLInno List of Top Philadelphia Startups to Watch in 2023
Exciting news for three innovative Penn spinouts.
Karikó and Weissman were named to the National Inventors Hall of Fame for their mRNA research which made covid-19 vaccines possible.
Vijay Kumar of Penn Engineering and Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman of the Perelman School of Medicine Named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors
The NAI Fellows Program is considered the highest professional distinction awarded to academic inventors.
Jariwala, Olsson and Stach’s first prize-winning proposal presents a prototype ferroelectric-diode-based memory device.
On December 6th, the Penn Center for Innovation held its 7th annual Celebration of Innovation at the Singh Center of Nanotechnology.