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  • Working at the Pennovation Center, as well as in the Singh Center for Nanotechnology, May graduates Rui Jing Jiang & Brandon Kao are making steady progress on their vision-sparing device for treating glaucoma. 

Winners of the 2018 President’s Innovation Prize, the pair is hoping to bring their nanotechnology-based product, VisiPlate, to market by 2022. “Their goal,” says President Amy Gutmann, “is to transform the paradigm for treating glaucoma and preventing vision loss.”

Read more here: bit.ly/2B8hzI6

      

  • We Walked to School for $800, Alex. We loved seeing Penn, The Wharton School and Locust Walk in a single Jeopardy! clue tonight!

      

  • As a crucible of learning and research, Penn is a formidable force for good. See how the #powerofpenn Campaign accelerates #impact.

      

  • For their 60-Second Lecture, Professor Emily Steiner and Ph.D. student Aylin Malcolm of Penn Arts & Sciences put a dramatic twist on medieval English and the 2018 midterm elections. 

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  • Power of Penn: Los Angeles

      

  • Price Lab Projects- 3D model of a Post-Byzantine Cross Stand

      

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  • Penn Vet Cancer Center

      

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Working at the Pennovation Center, as well as in the Singh Center for Nanotechnology, May graduates Rui Jing Jiang & Brandon Kao are making steady progress on their vision-sparing device for treating glaucoma. Winners of the 2018 President’s Innovation Prize, the pair is hoping to bring their nanotechnology-based product, VisiPlate, to market by 2022. “Their goal,” says President Amy Gutmann, “is to transform the paradigm for treating glaucoma and preventing vision loss.” Read more here: bit.ly/2B8hzI6

 

 

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