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The Experts: What’s the Best Way to Test a New Business Idea?

April 29, 2013

Karl Ulrich of the Wharton School offers his advice about determining ‘purchase intent’ for new businesses.

Article Source: The Wall Street Journal

Video: Will You Buy Into Obamacare or Pay the Penalty?

April 30, 2013

Kevin Volpp of the Perelman School of Medicine and the Wharton School discusses health-care costs.

Article Source: Marketplace

‘CultureBlocks’ A New Way to Find Philly Arts

April 30, 2013

The School of Social Policy & Practice’s Social Impact of the Arts Project is mentioned for its involvement with a new website called CultureBlocks.

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Video: UPenn’s TitanArm Exoskeleton Prototype Makes Light Work of Heavy Lifting

May 1, 2013

Working under the supervision of Jonathan Fiene, undergraduate students of the School of Engineering and Applied Science are highlighted for their development of an exoskeleton prototype.

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Cities Make Use of Legacy Assets

May 1, 2013

Mark Alan Hughes and Elise Harrington of the School of Design pen an op-ed about the value of legacy assets.

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Media Contact:John Donges | | 215-898-4234May 1, 2013

Penn Vet Working Dog Center Collaborating on Ovarian Cancer Detection Study

In a unique, interdisciplinary collaboration, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s Working Dog Center, The School of Arts and Science's Department of Physics and Astronomy, Penn Medicine’s Division of Gynecologic Oncology and the Monell Chemical Senses Center have joined together to study ovarian cancer detection by dogs and e-sensors.

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Media Contact:Evan Lerner | | 215-573-6604April 29, 2013

Penn Research Helps to Show How Turbulence Can Occur Without Inertia

Anyone who has flown in an airplane knows about turbulence, or when the flow of a fluid — in this case, the flow of air over the wings — becomes chaotic and unstable. For more than a century, the field of fluid mechanics has posited that turbulence scales with inertia, and so massive things, like planes, have an easier time causing it.

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Media Contact:Kim Menard | | 215-662-6183April 23, 2013

Binge Eating Curbed by Deep Brain Stimulation in Animal Model, Penn Study Shows

Deep brain stimulation (DBS) in a precise region of the brain appears to reduce caloric intake and prompt weight loss in obese animal models, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania.

Video: Tech Gets ‘Touchy-Feely’ With Haptic Engineering

April 18, 2013

Katherine Kuchenbecker of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is featured for studying haptic engineering.

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Home Sellers Hold Out for Higher Prices

April 19, 2013

Susan Wachter of the Wharton School comments on homeowners’ unwillingness to sell.

Article Source: MarketWatch