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Beaker List: Top entrepreneurial life science professors @ Penn

IOS, a life science innovation blog by Alix Ventures, featured the top entrepreneurial life science professors at Penn.  The list contained some of the top innovators at Penn, including Drs. Carl June

Latest ‘organ-on-a-chip’ is a new way to study cancer-related muscle wasting

Studying drug effects on human muscles just got easier thanks to a new “muscle-on-a-chip,” developed by a team of researchers from Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and Inha University

Neuralert achieves a key milestone

Neuralert is developing a novel invention that addresses the problem of late or undetected stroke in hospitalized patients.

IQ Motion Control is democratizing advanced servo capabilities

Former I-Corps participant, and current PennovationWorks tenant, IQ Motion Control announced the launch of their newest line of servo motors, the Fortiq BLS42.

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.

Vivodyne pioneers bioengineering tools

A Penn-founded biotech company that helps scientists test drugs and therapeutics has raised $4 million in order to more widely adopt their platform that embraces “organs on chip” technology. Vivodyne'

Biosealant therapy might help stabilize injury caused by cartilage damage: Study

According to new Penn research, a new biosealant therapy and hyaluronic acid hydrogel system at least temporarily stops cartilage degeneration that commonly occurs after injury and causes pain in join

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.

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