Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 3/13/15

    How would NASA study Titan, a moon of Saturn with lakes and seas? A team including partners from Penn State's Applied Research Lab have come up with an innovative answer.

  • 3/12/15

    State College firm Keystone Nano announced the licensing of the technology that builds on a Penn State patent for a “highly unique cancer therapy.”

  • 3/13/15

    Teenagers with irregular sleeping patterns are more likely to binge eat and consume more junk food, a new Penn State study has found.

  • 3/12/15

    Penn State researchers compared those who consumed avocado oil with those who consumed a flax-safflower oil blend. Those on the avocado oil diet lost belly fat.

  • 3/11/15

    The annual regional Science Olympiad Wednesday, hosted by Penn State Wilkes-Barre, welcomed about 800 students from more than 50 middle and high schools.

  • 3/11/15

    Jud Heinrichs, professor of animal science, provides seven goals for 2015 to improve management of young female cows, to meet animal requirements and feed efficiency.

  • 3/11/15

    Associate Professor of Art History Nancy Locke explains that in photography's early days, there was a great deal of debate over its artistic merit.

  • 3/9/15

    Distinguished Professor of Nutrition Penny Kris-Etherton says new American advisory panel recommendations encourage us to practice healthy eating, drinking and activity.

  • 3/10/15

    Colleen Smith, Penn State New Kensington outreach coordinator, said the campus-hosted ABC CREATE STREAM conference is about engaging all students across all curriculums.

  • 3/10/15

    Peruvian engineering associate professor Julio Urbina is building connections between his native Peru and the United States, after being awarded a Fulbright Scholarship.

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