School of Engineering & Applied Science

Students at UPenn Celebrate 50 Years of Robotics

December 12, 2009
Jonathan Fiene and student Steve McGill of the School of Engineering and Applied Science discuss the Penn GRASP Lab’s robotic hockey competition.
Article Source: KYW Radio (Philadelphia)
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Media Contact:Jordan Reese | jreese@upenn.edu | 215-573-6604December 10, 2009

UPenn Student Is a Finalist in a Nickelodeon Film Festival

November 22, 2009
Jason Merrin, a student in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, is a finalist in the 2009 Nickelodeon Animation Festival.
Article Source: KYW Radio (Philadelphia)
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Penn Freshman’s Entry in Nickelodeon Animation Festival Is a Finalist; Voting Continues through Nov. 29

PHILADELPHIA –- Jason Merrin, a freshman in the Digital Media Design program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, is a finalist in the 2009 Nickelodeon Animation Festival.

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Media Contact:Jordan Reese | jreese@upenn.edu | 215-573-6604November 13, 2009

Area Student Wins Prize for Young Heroes

October 22, 2009
Jonathan Leung, a student in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, wins the Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes for his work with Helping Hunger.
Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

Audio: Memory Molecules and Lack of Sleep

October 22, 2009
Ted Abel of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his research on sleep deprivation.
Article Source: Nature

Science Center Grant Winners Named

October 22, 2009
Paul Ducheyne of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is awarded a grant to study nanotechnology.
Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
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Media Contact:Jordan Reese | jreese@upenn.edu | 215-573-6604October 22, 2009

Penn Study: Transforming Nanowires Into Nano-Tools Using Cation Exchange Reactions


PHILADELPHIA –- A team of engineers from the University of Pennsylvania has transformed simple nanowires into reconfigurable materials and circuits, demonstrating a novel, self-assembling method for chemically creating nanoscale structures that are not possible to grow or obtain otherwise.

Self-Assembly Used to Make Molecule-Sized Particles With Patches of Charge

October 21, 2009
Dennis Discher of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is cited for his research on nanotechnology.
Article Source: ScienceDaily