Media Highlights

Media Highlights

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.

10/16/13

Making the case for life on extrasolar planets would probably require putting more than one next-generation telescope into outer space, says geoscientist James Kasting.

10/15/13

Research conducted at Penn State found that people who ate an apple before consuming a pasta dinner ate fewer calories than those who opted for a different snack.

10/13/13

Karen Halnon, a sociology professor and author of "Consumption of Inequality," discusses the "intentional poor" living in America.

10/13/13

Assistant professor Liliana Garces' brief on behalf of the Civil Rights Project offers the most extensive statistical look at affirmative action bans nationwide.

10/10/13

Penn State researchers found while it does reduce sleepiness, stress and inflammation within the body, weekend sleeping in won't help restore the ability to concentrate.

10/9/13

Orfeu Marcello Buxton, neuroscientist, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and associate professor at Penn State, studies chronic sleep deficiency and disease.

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