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A new chemistry technique developed by Jina Ko, assistant bioengineering professor, and colleagues allows for a wider range of fluorescent markers to be added to individual cells without damaging them in the process.
Using a deep neural network of optical waveguides, a new chip developed by Penn engineers—smaller than a square centimeter—can detect and classify an image in less than a nanosecond, all without the need for a separate processor or memory unit.
A team of researchers at Penn Engineering has developed a new methodology to help differentiate tumors from healthy, normal tissues.
The Clean Energy Conversions Lab’s mission is to minimize the environmental and climate impacts of the world’s dependence on fossil fuels through carbon management.
Chemical separation processes are essential to manufacturing, but also consume high levels of energy. Penn Engineers are developing new membranes for energy-efficient membrane-based separations on a nanoscale level.
During the pandemic, Penn Electric Racing virtually designed the REV7, an almost entirely new design from REV6. The team is slated to bring the REV7 to this year’s FSAE Michigan competition in May.
A new study reports three distinct proteins in human plasma that have naturally occurring antibiotic properties.