This is not a drill. The most mysterious star in the Milky Way is at it again. Penn State's Jason Wright is among the scientists working on solving the mystery.
Savvy moviegoers certainly expect some amount of unpleasantness, but parasites on earth are worse than anything on the big screen.
Penn State President Eric Barron joined in the celebrations of an innovative startup on May 18 at the Penn State Golf Course in State College.
Recent computer forecasts suggest that if greenhouse gas emissions continue at a high level, parts of Antarctica could break up rapidly.
A new study outlining Ebola containment strategies may help prevent future epidemics similar to the one that engulfed a number of western African countries two years ago.
Bacterial liquid crystals could help simulate how bacteria interact with biological materials such as mucus, says a Penn State researcher.
The mysterious disappearance of honeybees known as colony collapse disorder no longer is the threat that it once was. But bees of all stripes still need a little help.
Location may be the prime directive for real estate, but is it also a factor in mental health? The answer is maybe.
At Pennsylvania's largest university as well as colleges all across the nation, sports have moved beyond traditional boundaries and into the academic mainstream.
Schreyer Scholars received medals at the Academic Achievement Awards