Challenge Accepted: Engineering the Future of Farming
Penn Engineering’s Internet of Things for Precision Agriculture, or IoT4Ag, Center just closed out its third year as Penn’s first NSF Engineering Research Center and has already produced pathbreaking new technologies aimed at creating the farm of the future.
Can Humans Learn To Spot Fake Text?
The most recent generation of chatbots has surfaced longstanding concerns about the growing sophistication and accessibility of artificial intelligence.
Building Tiny Organs
Dan Huh, Associate Professor in Bioengineering, is the cofounder of Vivodyne, a Penn Engineering biotech spinoff that is creating organ-chip technologies.
On Our Camera Roll
Penn Engineering continues to enhance physical spaces in the School to ensure that they reflect a more balanced and truthful picture of the past while also inspiring and empowering future innovators, leaders and problem-solvers.