Rapid COVID-19 diagnostic test delivers accurate results within 4 minutes
A low-cost, rapid diagnostic test for COVID-19 developed by Penn Medicine provides COVID-19 results within four minutes with 90% accuracy.
No battery? No problem. At Penn, a mini-electric car draws energy from its surroundings.
The technology, invented in the lab of James Pikul, PhD, at Penn Engineering, also could run a generator during a power outage, with no noise or fumes.
With its flagship light device, Lumify Care improves patient experience from the frontline
Penn Nursing senior Anthony Scarpone-Lambert earned a 2021 President’s Innovation Prize for his company and its first trio of products: uNight Light, the Sleep-First Education Initiative, and the uNig
Class of 2021 President’s Engagement and Innovation Prize winners announced
The Prizes enable students to take on post-graduation projects that make a positive, lasting difference in the world. Three students were named 2021 President’s Innovation Prize recipients: Aris Saxen
Even without a brain, metal-eating robots can search for food
James Pikul, assistant professor in Penn Engineering’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, has developed a environmentally controlled voltage source, or ECVS.
New campus buildings to house centers for innovation and collaboration
Several new facilities, including Tangen Hall and the Academic Research Building, have finished construction and the University is eyeing opening dates.