Graphene Frontiers, a company developed through the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Technology Transfer, has been awarded a $744,600 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop roll-to-roll production of graphene, the “miracle material” at the heart of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics.
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Media Contact:Paige Boehmcke | email@example.com | 267-225-5003September 17, 2013
It’s a momentous day when a foster child graduates from high school. But, now what?
One center at the University of Pennsylvania is working to address the needs of this under-the-radar population by stimulating a shift in higher education policy.
The University of Pennsylvania Division of Public Safety will hold its annual Open House on Thursday, Oct. 3, from 1 to 4 p.m. at 4040 Chestnut St.
Associate Professor of Psychology Robert Kurzban studies how the mind has adapted over time to the challenges of the social world, such as how to make decisions about cooperation, morality and punishment. Kurzban will talk about one trait we associate with these challenges: willpower.
For hundreds of nights during the next five years, the world’s most powerful digital camera will turn skyward, helping a team of physicists and astronomers from around the globe answer fundamental questions about our universe.
Media Contact:Gwendolyn Lacy | firstname.lastname@example.org | 610-347-0347 x102 August 20, 2013
Through Chaz Howard’s career as a spiritual advisor, he has shared the joys of the human experience as well as some of the most painful times in people’s lives.