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iECURE partners to develop next-generation liver-targeted lipid nanoparticles with Penn

iECURE announced that it has entered into an exclusive agreement with Penn to develop next-generation lipid nanoparticles (LNP) for liver gene editing applications.

Celebration of Innovation 2021 Recap and Recording

The event honors the patent recipients from the previous fiscal year, as well as, those partners, inventors, and startups that made exceptional achievements.

Applications now being accepted for the President’s Innovation Prize

Unique to both Penn and across higher education, the Prize underscores the University’s considerable commitment to encouraging students to put their knowledge to work for the betterment of humankind.

I-Corps graduate, Strella Biotechnology, featured in Washington Post story

A featured story on Katherine Sizov, founder of Strella Biotechnology, and how the company's sensors are reducing food waste and fighting climate change.

Penn launches $750M investment in science, engineering, and medicine

President Amy Gutmann has announced the launch of a $750 million investment.

Announcing the 2022 Y-Prize: Win $10k For Your Ideas!

For ten years, the Y-Prize Competition has brought Penn students together to unleash their creativity, build their entrepreneurial skills—and win money along the way. 

Webinar Recording: Penn Health-Tech

Katherine Reuther, Ph.D., MBA, Executive Director of the Penn Center for Health-Devices and Technology discusses resources to support your medical device idea.

Penn establishes the Center for Precision Engineering for Health with $100 million commitment

Penn announced that it has made a $100 million commitment in its School of Engineering and Applied Science to establish the Center for Precision Engineering for Health.

Penn engineers will develop on-demand, on-site mRNA manufacturing

With an NSF grant, Penn Engineering researchers are developing a new manufacturing technique that would be able to produce mRNA sequences in a way that removes the need for cryogenic temperatures.

No Dead Ends: New material makes for a promising fuel cell electrolyte

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.

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