Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 4/28/14

    Kevin Luhman's latest discovery — the coldest brown dwarf — is about as cold as the North Pole. It is offering astronomers new ways to study space.

  • 5/1/14

    English professor James L.W. West III uncovered deletions when comparing Fitzgerald’s typescripts with published versions.

  • 4/24/14

    Kyle Bowen, Educational Technology Services director, says open badges, legitimately verified digital credentials, give employers another way of viewing mastered skills.

  • 4/24/14

    According to a new study led by Kevin Houser, professor of architectural engineering, the most common type of LED lightbulb renders clothing brighteners useless.

  • 4/23/14

    Climatologist Michael Mann appeared last evening on Canada's "The Lang and O'Leary Exchange" to explain why it will be costly to do nothing about global warming.

  • 4/21/14

    Despite recent buzz about "Palcohol," John Coupland, a professor of food science, noted that there have been multiple patents filed on powdered alcohols over the years.

  • 4/21/14

    Postdoctoral researcher and study lead author Brandi Rollins says, food restriction "increases a child’s focus and intake of the food" that parents restrict.

  • 4/21/14

    What most people on college campuses see day in and day out is just the tip of the information iceberg. Penn State offers an insider's look at how tech aids operations.

  • 4/16/14

    Penn State and other researchers report that honeybees in Kenya are infested with the same nasty pests and diseases that wipe out U.S. colonies, but are more resilient.

  • 4/11/14

    Kevin Houk, a freshman security and risk analysis major in the Capital College Honors Program, spoke as part of the Atlantic Council's panel on digital currency's future.

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