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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.

Toyota chooses SEAS for multi-institutional $75M AI-focused automotive research alliance

Penn was picked as one of 16 universities to receive part of $75 million in funding for a five-year artificial intelligence research program from the Toyota Research Institute.

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