Penn ICorps Graduate and President’s Innovation Prize Winner Strella Biotech Raises $8 Million in Series A Funding Round
Read about how this Philadelphia-based agricultural biotech startup received funding from Mark Cuban, Google Ventures, and others.
Read about how May graduates won the 2022 President's Sustainability Prize for their device that reduces microplastic pollution.
Gutmann spearheaded the creation of an innovation ecosystem for Penn, Philadelphia, and beyond by transforming technology transfer at Penn to be both more faculty- and industry-friendly.
Two patients represent longest-known CAR T cell response to date, providing insight into treatment effect and outcomes.
Penn’s Innovation in Process Science combines with CBM manufacturing capability to develop large-scale gene therapy manufacturing capacity, testing, and analytics
She was described as being one of the 50 visionaries whose career-long actions have had far-reaching impact.
Drs. Katalin Kariko and Drew Weissman, inventors of the foundational RNA research that led to the COVID-19 vaccines, are two of researchers named by Time Magazine as their Heroes of the Year 2021.
The event honors the patent recipients from the previous fiscal year, as well as, those partners, inventors, and startups that made exceptional achievements.
The Penn Center for Innovation had the most-ever patents issued for Penn and its affiliates this year, according to the center's 2021 Year in Review.
With its highest number of patents issued, commercial agreements, corporate-sponsored research funding, and licensing revenue receipts in a single period, PCI experienced a landmark fiscal year.