Media Highlights

Media Highlights


Pharmacology researchers have developed a promising nano-liposome that can encapsulate therapeutic levels of minocycline for optimized drug delivery to the retina.


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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.


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


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.


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