Media Highlights

Media Highlights

9/26/13

Flynt Leverett, a professor of international affairs, joined an expert panel hosted by Judy Woodruff to discuss how senior diplomats should approach Iranian talks.

9/25/13

Penn State biologists are among a team that discovered where a protein binds to plant cell walls, a process that makes it possible for plants to grow.

9/22/13

Ed Ketz, associate professor of accounting, talks about Twitter's secretive IPO announcement.

9/20/13

For the first time, scientists have discovered an estuary beneath Antarctica's ice sheet, says Richard Alley, glaciologist and co-author of a study reporting the find.

9/22/13

The College of Medicine has been named a Tobacco Center for Regulatory Science, one of only 14 centers nationwide, to train new scientists and evaluate health effects.

9/23/13

Angela Brant, a postdoctoral fellow in psychology, has come up with a new insight into a critical period in brain development among some high-IQ children as they mature.

9/18/13

A duo of scientists at Penn State has achieved a major milestone in understanding how genomic "dark matter" — more than 95 percent of the human genome — originates.

9/18/13

A duo of scientists at Penn State has achieved a major milestone in understanding how genomic "dark matter" — more than 95 percent of the human genome — originates.

9/17/13

Air Force spacecraft integrator Joseph Fust, a Penn State mechanical engineering alum, is responsible for making sure the prep and launch work with the satellite meshes.

9/17/13

"This lack of improvement in poverty is disappointing and discouraging,” said sociologist John Iceland, former Census Bureau chief, poverty and health statistics branch.

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