Penn Ranks First in Licensing Income in AUTM Annual Report
Penn officially ranked number one in terms of licensing income in the latest Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) annual survey, which included 153 reporting institutions.
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.
Penn Today Interviews John Swartley About PCI’s Impact
In the article, Swartley discusses some key highlights from FY22, including the major impact Penn technologies have made on patients.
Penn Graduate Receives President’s Sustainability Prize for Robotics-Based System to Minimize Waste in Fishing Industry
Shinkei Systems cuts down on waste by reducing the likelihood that off-target species would be caught and killed, and streamlining the process to avoid waste.
Penn Welcomes Ninth President to Campus
The Penn community gathered on College Green to welcome the new president.
The Future of Research-Based Innovation Hubs with the Rise of Remote Work
John Swartley and Bhavana Mohanraj discuss how working remotely will impact research and innovation hubs.
Longfellow Real Estate to Develop New 455,000 Square Foot Life Sciences Facility at Pennovation Works
Read about Penn's latest expansion within the innovation ecosystem.
Penn Engineering Graduates Develop a Device to Reduce Ocean Microplastic Pollution
Read about how May graduates won the 2022 President's Sustainability Prize for their device that reduces microplastic pollution.
Newly discovered ‘encrypted peptides’ with antibiotic properties
A new study reports three distinct proteins in human plasma that have naturally occurring antibiotic properties. Global public health officials are concerned about the r
Inspiring people, place, and purpose
Gutmann spearheaded the creation of an innovation ecosystem for Penn, Philadelphia, and beyond by transforming technology transfer at Penn to be both more faculty- and industry-friendly.