Life Science Company and Industry News Briefs

University of Pennsylvania BioResearch Funding and Facility Update

Posted by BCI Staff on Tue, Jan 29, 2013

Founded in 1749 by Benjamin Franklin, and originally called the "Publick Academy of Philadelphia", the modern-day University of Pennsylvania has grown substantially, both academically and physically. The university now consists of three separate campuses: the West Philadelphia campus which sits on 302 acres and holds 216 buildings, the New Bolton Center built on 600 acres and housing 103 buildings, and the Morris Arboretum standing on 92 acres with 33 buildings.

Read More

Tags: 2013, Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania, UPenn, PABioResearch

UPenn Stays at the Top for Cutting Edge Lab Research

Posted by BCI Staff on Mon, Sep 17, 2012

It seems like when we look to the University of Pennsylvania for our Science Market Update blog series, we never encounter just so-so news. It’s always something pretty astounding and potentially game-changing. For example, today’s blog on a chem-nanotech collaboration that’s led to a huge improvement in methane catalysis presents a very timely solution to a major environmental and economic problem. Read the article.

Read More

Tags: University of Pennsylvania, UPenn, Thomas Jefferson University

Connect With Us   Like Us on Facebook   Follow Us on Twitter   See our latest photos!   Join Us on Google +   Find Us on LinkedIn   Pin our latest stories!

Subscribe to Company News

Subscribe to Science Market Update