A chemotherapy companion to save thousands of lives
A trio of Penn students created the startup Sanguis, producing an inexpensive, portable blood cell counting device.
A legacy of innovation at Pennovation Works
Visitors participating in a Jane’s Walk will tour Penn’s technology and innovation hub, and learn about the history of the area’s deep inventive roots.
FDA approves CAR T therapy for large B-Cell lymphoma developed at Penn
The nation’s first approved personalized cellular therapy is now available for a second indication.
Student startups on view
On Friday, April 27, University students with innovative startups will join with investors for the Penn Wharton Startup Showcase.
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation announces 23 project grants
At a special event featuring a performance by John Waters and remarks by President Amy Gutmann, the late Keith Sachs was celebrated and $123,000 of grants were doled out for arts projects.
Carl June named one of TIME Magazine’s Most Influential People
His work on CAR-T cancer treatment was approved by the FDA in 2017, and this year June is celebrated as an influential global pioneer.
How working dogs are sniffing out cancer
A Center for Public Health Initiatives seminar showcased the collaborative research at Penn and the Monell Chemical Senses Center that is working to detect early stage ovarian cancer.
Three years on: A look at the Penn Wharton China Center
The impact of the Beijing-based center and research fund has been far-reaching on campus and in China.
A culture and ecosystem of innovation
Researchers provide imagination and creativity. Penn provides the resources and infrastructure. This leads to what President Amy Gutmann calls “perfect impact.”
Creating atomic water filters
A vast majority of the earth’s water is salty, making it unfit for people to drink. Researchers are working on a technology that could potentially offer a new method of desalinating water that would be both fast and scalable.