The path from innovation to implementation

Penn’s infrastructure in both supporting clinical research and forging commercial partnerships smooths the way from idea to approval.

Karen L. Brooks for Penn Medicine Magazine

Moore than meets the eye

Following the death of Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel and a pioneer in computer processor chips, Penn Today spoke with the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s Benjamin C. Lee about Moore’s contributions to technology and the history and rapid evolution of chips.

Nathi Magubane

In the News

Business Insider

Bad news, star employees: You’re not the ones who’ll benefit the most from AI

A study co-authored by Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School found that consultants who ranked below average benefitted the most from using AI technology.


Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn biomedical scientists move into new uCity complex with 115,000 square feet of lab space

More than 50 Penn scientists and staff, including the Perelman School of Medicine’s Drew Weissman, are moving into 115,000 square feet of new lab space in the 13-story One uCity Square building.


The New York Times

The stock market hopes for a hit from the year’s biggest initial public offering

David Hsu of the Wharton School says that initial stock offerings are often beacons to try to decipher the overall sentiment of the marketplace.


The Wall Street Journal

M.B.A. students vs. ChatGPT: Who comes up with more innovative ideas?

Christian Terwiesch and Karl Ulrich of the Wharton School used an assignment in their innovation courses to compare venture ideas pitched by students and AI chatbots.


The Washington Post

How to talk to an AI chatbot

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School discusses how to get the most out of AI chatbots and how to avoid common pitfalls.


The New York Times

How schools can survive (and maybe even thrive) with A.I. this fall

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School believes that AI will lead to more teachers adopting a “flipped classroom,” having students learn material outside of class and practice it in class.