Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 5/28/15

    Entomologist Diana Cox-Foster notes that managed honeybee hives trucked nationwide for pollination are a "fairly intensive process ... much more work than raising cows."

  • 5/28/15

    Researchers, led by Emily Almberg of Penn State, found that wolves living in large packs were no more likely to be infected by mites than those in small packs or alone.

  • 5/28/15

    Associate Professor Seth Blumsack writes on whether Tesla has finally plucked out the long-standing thorn in the side of renewable energy — cost-effective storage.

  • 5/27/15

    Ben Locke and his Penn State colleagues, who have tracked campus counseling centers nationwide for six years, note a trend: Students are arriving with more severe issues.

  • 5/27/15

    Pediatrics researcher Michael Goodstein said all families should always follow safe sleep recommendations for infants to minimize risks of accidental death and injury.

  • 5/26/15

    Rob Frieden, a professor of telecommunications and law, predicts that the new competitive cable landscape would stymie a possible “maverick” company from emerging.

  • 5/26/15

    The Special Olympics Pennsylvania gears up for three days of competition for this year's Summer Games at Penn State, June 4-6, and will welcome more than 2,000 athletes.

  • 5/24/15

    Penn State boasts one of the largest completely student-run weather services in the nation. Students work out of the meteorology department, one of the best known.

  • 5/22/15

    Researchers have concluded after a four-year study that a faster resting heart rate could be used to identify people with the potential to develop pre-diabetes, diabetes.

  • 5/26/15

    Professor of Food Science John Coupland said companies are realizing some ingredients may not be worth the potential harm they might cause to their images.

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