Media Highlights

Media Highlights

10/22/13

The current Marcellus production is even higher than the predictions of Terry Engelder, a Penn State geologist who has drawn praise and criticism for his estimates.

10/23/13

Earth will hit a habitability wall in only 500 million years, not 1.75 billion, based on prominent planetary scientist James Kasting's CO2 "compensation limit" models.

10/21/13

Rollyn Ornstein, an adolescent medicine doctor at Penn State's Hershey Medical Center who has treated many cases, notes that overweight children are struggling.

10/21/13

Pieces of a massive fish found off Catalina will be split between research institutions including UC Santa Barbara, Penn State and the Natural History Museum of L.A.

10/20/13

John Jordan, Smeal College of Business professor, writes that companies risk turning big data's potential enhancements into a diversion, an illusion or a turf battle.

10/21/13

The students in Math 232, integral vector calculus at Penn State, can watch their teacher, John C. Urschel, perform on two stages this fall: in class and in the stadium.

10/17/13

Jim Dunn, a professor of agricultural economics, explains that government data is essential to the entire food industry, from farmers to lenders to buyers.

10/11/13

With more than 300,000 MOOC students, Penn State has a never-before-seen chance for education-technology advocates to gather information about web-based learners.

10/16/13

The Visible Emissions Training Program trains anyone from lawyers to environmental engineers to spot harmful pollution.

10/15/13

Along a busy street in the heart of central Philadelphia, Penn State students, staff and community volunteers worked to revamp two green infrastructure systems.

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