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Staff Spotlight: Meet PCI’s Newest Team Members

Meet PCI's newest staff members and read their bios.

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.

Penn Spinout Regenxbio Opens New Gene Therapy Manufacturing Facility in Maryland

Regenxbio, a gene therapy company founded through collaboration with PCI, opened a new facility at its Maryland campus.

JPOD @ Philadelphia: Webinar Recording

Olivia McPherson, Program Manager, JPOD@PHILADELPHIA, shares how the JPOD and Johnson & Johnson's JLABS program helps startups with life science commercialization.

Webinar Recording: IP Trends for Emerging Penn Engineering Technologies

This webinar discusses the latest trends in intellectual property and patenting for engineers, including robotics, nanotechnology, med-tech and more

Penn Startups Raising Capital – Spring 2022

PCI supports and facilitates startup formation and growth through our startup creation programs and our licensing partnerships. This list of Penn affiliated startups are actively fundraising.

USPTO launches new Patent Public Search tool and webpage

The USPTO announced a new Patent Public Search tool that provides more convenient, remote, and robust full-text searching of all U.S. patents and published patent applications.

ExynAI has been shortlisted as a finalist for a SXSW Innovation Award

For the 2022 category of Robotics and Hardware. The Exyn team will be going to Austin for the awards.

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.

Choosing the University of Pennsylvania for Its Excellence: As a Student, a Patient, and Employee

Carter Caldwell, the Director of the Penn Medicine Co-Investment Program, wrote a guest blog for Penn Medicine News on how the University has impacted his life as a student, a patient, and an employee

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