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Will the immersive and persistent virtual experiences of the Metaverse transform the way we live, work, and interact in the coming years? On August 18, 2022 (ET), Wharton faculty and industry experts led the new Wharton Executive Education program, “Business in the Metaverse Economy.” Moderated by Prof. Kevin Werbach, the program saw Profs. Barbara Kahn, ...Read More
T cells are important to the initiation, prevention, and cure of many diseases. In the past several years, Penn Prof. Jenny Jiang and her team have developed several tools to profile the T cell repertoire from T cell receptor diversity to T cell receptor affinity to multi-dimensional profiling of single T cells in high-throughput. On ...Read More
Subscription programs are increasingly popular among a wide variety of retailers including Amazon (Prime), Barnes & Noble (B&N Membership), and Sephora (Flash). These types of programs give members access to a set of exclusive benefits for a fixed fee upfront, but what are the implications for subscription businesses and customer retention? On June 27, 2022 (ET), ...Read More
Many experts are predicting the end of globalization. This seems to make sense given the 2008 financial crisis, the increase in economic nationalism, the COVID pandemic, the disruption of supply chains, and the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine war. But should we really expect globalization to decline? On June 15, 2022 (ET), Wharton Prof. Ezekiel (Zeke) Hernandez ...Read More
Recent years have seen a large interest in soft robotic systems, which provide new opportunities for machines that are flexible, adaptable, safe, and robust. These systems have been highly successful in a broad range of applications, including manipulation, locomotion, human-robot interaction, and more, but they present challenging design and control problems. On June 9, 2022 (ET), ...Read More