Yesterday, University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann helped celebrate the launch of the Penn Center for Innovation, a new initiative that will provide the infrastructure, leadership and resources needed to transfer promising Penn inventions, know-how and related assets into the marketplace for the public good.
President Amy Gutmann is interviewed about Penn’s investment in innovation and technology.
Nearly 35 pre-teens received their acceptance letters to the University of Pennsylvania -- at least for one day.
On Friday, Nov. 21, eighth-graders from the Henry C. Lea Elementary School in West Philadelphia became honorary college students at Penn during College Day 2014.
Michael A. Nutter
Penn Center for Innovation Launch Celebration
Nov. 17, 2014
The Penn Center for Innovation, a new initiative that will provide the infrastructure, leadership and resources needed to transfer promising Penn inventions, know-how and related assets into the marketplace for the public good, will be formally launched at an event on Monday, November 17.
Gutmann, Nutter, Bonnell and Swartley will discuss how PCI will accelerate the translation of Penn discoveries and ideas into commercial products, businesses, and services, as well as the role the University plays in the local, national and global entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Top Penn researchers and members of the business and venture capital community will have the opportunity to meet at a reception to follow.
Attendance is free and open to the public, but email registration is mandatory.
The westward expansion of Penn’s home-ownership incentive program is featured.
Thanks in part to an anonymous $250,000 gift, the University of Pennsylvania‘s School of Engineering and Applied Science is opening the AddLab, a new additive manufacturing facility that will feature a suite of state-of-the-art 3-D printing tools.
Robert W. Carpick
Mechanical Engineering Faculty, Staff and Students
Tour of new additive manufacturing facility
Thursday, October 2, 4-5:30 p.m.
While studying abroad in India, University of Pennsylvania senior Kimberly Kolor found even the smallest excursion became a learning experience.
Penn’s homeownership incentive program is highlighted for its expansion.