Ezekiel Emanuel of the Perelman School of Medicine and the Wharton School and Kevin Werbach, also of Wharton, talk about preparing for Penn Coursera classes.
Barbara Kahn of the Wharton School says, “People have embraced the convenience of technology, but I don’t know that the average person understands the potential of the data that is being aggregated through our devices.”
PHILADELPHIA — In a ceremony in Levine Hall’s Wu and Chen Auditorium on Aug. 3, the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania graduated its latest class: 70 girls entering the 7th, 8th and 9th grades.
The graduates were students at GEMS -- Girls in Engineering, Math and Science -- a weeklong summer camp.
Many recent advances in microtechnology and nanotechnology depend on microscopic spherical particles self-assembling into large-scale aggregates to form a relatively limited range of crystalline structures.
PHILADELPHIA — Many recent advances in microtechnology and nanotechnology depend on microscopic spherical particles self-assembling into large-scale aggregates to form a relatively limited range of crystalline structures. Directed assembly is a new branch of this field, where scientists figure out how to make particles assemble to form a broad range of structures at given locations.
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PHILADELPHIA – The Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania has released a new report, “The Rise of Social Government: An Advanced Guide and Review of Social Media’s Role in Local Government Operations,” providing hard data about the growing use of social media in local governments.
Penn bioengineering research about 3D printing is featured.
Vice President Robin Beck of Information Systems and Computing discusses “Exploration Days” at ISC.
Ross Koppel of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on flaws in systems created for electronic medical records.