Joseph Bordogna and Mitch Marcus of the School of Engineering and Applied Science pay tribute to the first computer.
Mitch Marcus of the School of Engineering and Applied Science comments on a computer system that will compete against two “Jeopardy” champs.
CURF is proud to announce a Penn record-tying 7 Thouron Award winners!
Grace Ambrose will graduate in 2011 from the College of Arts & Sciences with a BA in the History of Art, as well as a minor in Creative Writing. She has worked at the Whitney Museum in New York and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, and plans to study Curation while in the UK.
Robots already build cars, sort mail and clean homes, but when you add four helicopter rotors to one, things start getting really interesting.
Using unmanned aerial vehicles called quadrotors, a team of Penn Engineering graduate students has built an autonomous airborne construction crew able to build small towers.
The two mechanical engineering students, Quentin Lindsey and Daniel Mellinger, working with the School of Engineering and Applied Science's Deputy Dean for Education Vijay Kumar, are taking the web by storm with a video of the quadrotors in action.
The General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Lab of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is featured for its robotic construction
Dean Eduardo Glandt of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is featured for his contributions and vision for the school’s future.
PHILADELPHIA -- Using an innovative approach based on synthetic biology and mathematical modeling, University of Pennsylvania researchers have explored the workings of a crucial cell-signaling pathway known as the mitogen-activated protein kinase, or MAPK, cascade.
In grateful recognition of the 103,000 donors who "stepped up" in support of Penn's Making History campaign in 2009 and 2010, the student a cappella group known as the Penny Loafers created a musical tribute to the University, starring a cast of alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends.
Katherine Kuchenbecker of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is featured for her academic journey from graduate school to professorship.