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  Penn Researchers navigate the complex computations of single-cell genomics
 
Zack Ives, Professor and Markowitz Faculty Fellow in the Department of Computer and Information Science and Junhyong Kim, Patricia M. Williams Term Professor of Biology, are designing a computer software program that can handle the intense amount of data management involved in single-cell genomics and other genome
 
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  Three Penn Engineers Selected for Forbes 2016 '30 Under 30' List
 
Penn Engineering students, Morgan Snyder, Spencer Penn and Yash Mulgaonkar, are among this year's Forbes 2016 '30 Under 30' honorees. Since 2012, the list has spotlighted "entrepreneurial-minded bright young stars who are transforming the world." The 2016 class includes 600 of the greatest young entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents in 20 different industries.
 
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  Visualizing the Future of Robotics
 
By developing algorithms that will allow robots to efficiently recognize objects so that they can respond to commands, Camillo Jose Taylor, professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science, has his sights set on making them even smarter.
 
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  Penn Computer Scientists Join NSF 'DeepSpec;' Expedition to Eliminate Software Bugs
 
Benjamin Pierce, Stephanie Weirich, and Stephan Zdancewic, of Computer and Information Science, are joining in one of the National Science Foundation's flagship research initiatives, known as "Expeditions in Computing: The Science of Deep Specification," or DeepSpec. The goal is to develop a better, more comprehensive way of approaching software design that will help eliminate bugs and vulnerabilities before they endanger users or become targets for hackers.
 
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Y-Prize Competition 2015–2016

We have selected three exciting new technologies created by Penn researchers, and now it’s your turn to propose the best commercial applications. We invite you to unleash your creativity, build your entrepreneurial skills, and team up with some great people along the way.Please join us for the Y-Prize Kick-off on Monday, September 28th, 6:30–9:00 p.m. at the Smilow Center for Translational Research. The winner will receive $10,000 and licensing support to help launch their business. Three finalists teams will each receive $2,500. If you plan to attend, please RSVP here.

Penn Engineering in 100 Seconds

Penn Engineering in 100 Seconds, hosted by the Engineering Deans' Advisory Board (EDAB) on October 1, featured eight Penn Engineering professors who discussed, in less than 100 seconds, research, personal passions, or any other topic that interested them. View videos from the lectures here.

Y-Prize Competition 2015–2016

We have selected three exciting new technologies created by Penn researchers, and now it’s your turn to propose the best commercial applications. We invite you to unleash your creativity, build your entrepreneurial skills, and team up with some great people along the way.Please join us for the Y-Prize Kick-off on Monday, September 28th, 6:30–9:00 p.m. at the Smilow Center for Translational Research. The winner will receive $10,000 and licensing support to help launch their business. Three finalists teams will each receive $2,500. If you plan to attend, please RSVP here.