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  Cockroaches Give Undergrads a Leg Up in Designing Biomechatronic Prostheses
Over the course of five lab sessions, undergraduate students in the Department of Bioengineering have created an "HCMI"- a human-cockroach machine interface that can translate an individual's own nerve signals into ones that can control a cockroach leg. The goal is to use this research to better understand the development of prosthetic devices.
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  Molly Sheehan Receives World Molecular Imaging Society Young Investigator Award
  Molly Sheehan, postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Bioengineering (BE), is the recipient of the 2016 World Molecular Imaging Society (WMIS) Young Investigator Award. A member of the laboratory of Brian Chow, assistant professor in BE, Sheehan won for her work in mammalian cell imaging titled, "De Novo Design and Functional Mammalian Expression of a Far-Red Fluorescent Protein."
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  Penn Engineering Launches Collaboration with the CT3N
  Penn Engineering has joined with Perelman School of Medicine (PSOM) have partnered in The Center for Targeted Therapeutics and Translational Nanomedicine (CT3N), an interdisciplinary venture with the mission of facilitating and accelerating translational research in targeted therapeutics and nanomedicines. This collaboration brings together leading laboratories active in these areas at the University of Pennsylvania, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and surrounding academic institutions.
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  Penn Network Visualization Program's Exhibit of Scientific Art
  In 2014, Danielle Bassett, now an Eduardo D. Glandt Faculty Fellow and associate professor in Bioengineering, launched the Penn Network Visualization Program, a six-week summer internship for college art students and high school students. Participants learn about aspects and applications of network science from Penn experts and then develop artwork that encompasses those themes.

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