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MSE David P. Pope Distinguished Lecture: “Light, Materials and Interfaces: The Complex Dance That Allows CLIP-based 3D Printing,” Stanford University

Abstract The production of polymer products relies largely on age-old molding techniques. A major reason for this is that additive methods have not delivered meaningful alternatives to traditional processes—until now. […]

MSE Seminar: “Nanomaterials Enable Delivery of Genetic Material Without Transgene Integration in Mature Plants” University of California – Berkeley

Genetic engineering of plants is at the core of sustainability efforts, natural product synthesis, and agricultural crop engineering. The plant cell wall is a barrier that limits the ease and […]

BE Seminar: “Engineering the cell-matrix interface – understanding and guiding cell function” (Claudia Loebel, University of Michigan)

The native extracellular microenvironment dynamically remodels as cells synthesize, assemble, and remodel their surroundings during tissue development, injury, and repair. In my research group, we use engineered systems to both […]

Penn American Red Cross Blood Drive

There is currently a critical need for blood donors, and members of the Penn Engineering community are invited to participate in a school-wide blood drive. To join in this effort, […]

PSOC@Penn Seminar: Sadjad Arzash & Ping Zhou

MSE PhD Defense: Autonomous Stimuli-Responsive Metamaterials Based on Liquid Crystal Elastomers

Numerous responsive materials have been developed in recent decades and applied toward engineering challenges ranging from medicine to robotics. For example, polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), hydrogels, shape memory polymers (SMPs), liquid crystal […]

MSE PhD Defense: Effects of Size and Composition on the Performance of Dealloyed Nanoporous Metal Catalysts for CO2 Reduction, O2 Evolution, and H2 Generation

MSE PhD Thesis Defense: Self-Healing and Shape Memory Metal Electrodes in Magnesium-and Lithium-Ion Batteries

Department of Bioengineering Juneteenth Address: “A White Neighbor, a Black Surgeon, and a Mormon Computer Scientist Walk into a Bar…” (Kevin B. Johnson)

“A White Neighbor, a Black Surgeon, and a Mormon Computer Scientist Walk into a Bar…” As we recognize Juneteenth, a holiday that brings awareness to what journalist Corey Mitchell calls […]

Penn Engineering Portrait Celebration in Honor of Ms. Cora Ingrum and Ms. Donna Hampton

Dean Vijay Kumar invites members of the Penn Engineering community to attend the unveiling of commissioned portraits of: Ms. Cora Ingrum by Patricia Watwood and Ms. Donna Hampton by Ashon […]

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