Pictures from Penn



Train trestle above a park outside the University of Pennsylvania’s tech transfer office.

The December issue of Nature Biotechnology contains a feature article on the shifting nature of US university technology transfer. It can be found here.

I’ve already posted about Wake Forest’s initiatives, and also the University of South Dakota’s. Much of the article focused on the University of Pennsylvania’s mission to expand and rebrand from the Univeristy of Pennsylvania Tech Transfer Office to the Penn Center for Innovation. The initiative involves a new Pennovation Center and a more open structure to invite participation with industry.

Penn’s story is fleshed out in the article, but here are some additional photos that did not run with the piece. (Photography by Travis Huggett.)

Brady Huggett


Penn President Amy Gutmann in conversation with Walter Isaacson on Penn’s South Bank campus, Oct. 31, 2014.


The new Pennovation Center on the University of Pennsylvania’s South Bank.

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