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HemoGo

HemoGo

Steve Flanagan, Sherveen Karbasiafshar, James Frazier and Mathew Chen created HemoGo. HemoGo is one of six Penn State student teams competing for $30,000 in funding on "The Investment" airing at 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, 2018, on WPSU.

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Penn State Abington Photo of the Week

Jaspriya Malhotra and Nina Primavera along with nine other Penn State Abington students majoring in Psychological and Social Sciences attended the Midwestern Psychological Association conference in Chicago. They presented their first author work during the conference and attended poster and paper talk sessions. Two faculty members accompanied them.

IncU Competitors at the Invent Penn State Venture and IP Conference

Invent Penn State's Venture & IP Conference showcases disruptive innovations

The 2018 Invent Penn State’s Venture & IP Conference, held April 19-20 at the Penn State Hotel and Conference Center, attracted more than 600 participants, including 80 startup companies and more than 40 venture capitalists and industry advisers — all working together to drive innovation, foster collaboration and enable startup companies to take their businesses to the next level.
Abington ACURA

Undergraduate research

Penn State Abington student Cullen Wilcox (left) explains his project, Controlling a Quadcopter Using Computer Vision.  

Abington public history

Hidden Histories of Cheltenham

During the Civil War, United States Colored Troops trained at Camp William Penn in Cheltenham Township. 

Abington ACURA

Abington undergraduate research

Penn State Abington Information Sciences and Technology students and faculty discuss their collaborative project with Yvonne Love (right), Assistant Professor of Art. 

Abington undergraduate research

Hololens

The Abington College Undergraduates Research Activities (ACURA) poster fair includes technology demonstrations such as the Hololens augmented reality software.

Abington ACURA

Abington undergraduate research ACURA

Penn State Abington students Alyson Farkas, Matt Brownell, and Yemaya Abney earned a blue ribbon for their project, "A Survey with Radio Astronomy of Cold H1 Clouds in the Milky Way."

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