Penn Researchers Work On Reducing CO2 Emissions by Repurposing Waste from Industrial Mines

Peter Psarras, a research assistant professor in chemical and biomolecular engineering, and his colleagues are repurposing waste from industrial mines.

Penn spinout Peroxitech raises $25M to advance novel drug to treat acute lung injury

Penn spinout Peroxitech raised $25M to further develop its novel drug candidate, PIP-2.

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.

PCI’s 7th Annual Celebration of Innovation Honors Penn Researchers and Innovators

On December 6th, the Penn Center for Innovation held its 7th annual Celebration of Innovation at the Singh Center of Nanotechnology.

Penn Spinout Verismo Therapeutics Creates New R&D Facility in CIC on Market St

Verismo plans to use this space for its in-house translational research.

Penn Spinout Avisi Technologies Raises $4.06 Million in Seed Round To Be Used to Develop Glaucoma Treatment Device

Avisi was founded in 2017 by Penn students Rui Jing J., the company's CEO, and Brandon Kao and Adarsh Battu, who were studying business and engineering.

I-Corps Participant and Vetigenics Founder Nicola Mason Featured on CBS 60 Minutes for Canine Cancer Research

Nicola Mason, BVetMed, PhD, of Penn Vet was featured on CBS' 60 Minutes, where she spoke about her research on immunotherapy treatment for cancer in dogs.

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.

Pennovation Works Welcomes New Director Denita Henderson

Henderson, Penn alumna and Philly native, will spearhead the implementation of Pennovation’s long-range strategic plan, including development of the site, marketing, communications and leasing.

Penn Dental Medicine Study Finds That Cavity-causing Microbes Have the Ability to Form Superorgranisms that Can Crawl on Teeth

A Penn Dental Medicine study found that cavity-causing microbes have the ability to form superorgranisms that can sprout “limbs” that propel them to“leap” to quickly spread on the tooth surfaces.


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