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  New Penn Center Will Investigate the Physics of Cancer Via $10M NIH Grant
 

The newly formed Physical Sciences Oncology Center led by Dennis Discher, Robert D. Bent Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, will investigate the physics that underpins cancerís development and growth.

 
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  CBE, MSE and Chemistry Host Dow Advanced Research Symposium
 
CBE joined MSE and Chemistry in hosting the Dow Advanced Research Symposium on May 7, 2015, where 37 different research groups presented posters. Researchers from Dow Chemical Company attended the two-hour event to interact with Penn students and postdoctoral fellows in an effort to identify collaborative research opportunities, promote internships, and provide insight into possible career paths.
 
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  2015 Penn Engineering Commencement
 


Congratulations to our 2015 Penn Engineering graduates! View our commencement page with photos and livestreamed video from our Undergraduate and Master's ceremonies.

 
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  Penn Researchers Develop Liquid-crystal-based Compound Lenses That Work Like Insect Eyes
 
Kathleen Stebe, Richer and Elizabeth Goodwin Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and Shu Yang, professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, join an interdisciplinary group of University of Pennsylvania researchers to show how liquid crystals can be employed to create compound lenses similar to those found in nature.
 
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The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science is the oldest continuously operating degree-granting program in chemical engineering in the U.S. Learn more about this photo!

Bubbles for Medicine

"I tell my children that I am working with bubbles and they think I have the best job in the world – which I do!" says Daeyeon Lee, Associate Professor of CBE. By learning how to modify the air and water interface, Lee is able to make "perfect" bubbles that have potential to enhance biomedical imaging and ultrasound therapy. Learn more!

Crystals That Can Switch Configurations

John Crockerís team has made a crystal that rearranges itself into a stronger, more stable configuration, all by changing the mix of DNA strands on the spheres' exterior.Check it out!