The Tertuliano Lab has a bone to pick—and the tools to explain how it breaks
Penn Engineering Assistant Professor Ottman Tertuliano’s lab creates visual data that demonstrates how bones behave under dynamic stress—a significant unknown in health care.
Center for Innovation & Precision Dentistry positions Penn as a leader in engineering health
In the two years since the cross-disciplinary research partnership was founded, CiPD has introduced microrobots that clean teeth, a new understanding of bacterial physics in tooth decay, and promising futures for lipid nanoparticles in oral cancer treatment.
For a new generation of antibiotics, scientists are bringing extinct molecules back to life
Marrying artificial intelligence with advanced experimental methods, Penn Engineering’s Machine Biology Group has mined the ancient past for future medical breakthroughs, bringing extinct molecules back to life.
Artificial intelligence is leveling up the fight against infectious diseases
In a new review, Presidential Assistant Professor Cesar de la Fuente and co-authors assess the progress, limitations, and promise of research in AI and infectious diseases.
On a different wavelength, Nader Engheta leads a community in light
2023 Franklin Medal winner Engheta is one of the world’s biggest names in wave physics. The Penn Engineering professor is renowned for his unique approach to science, combining technical brilliance, creativity, and care.