Media Highlights

Media Highlights

  • 7/11/14

    Penn State's new benchmarking service has gone to work evaluating the current state of play for software flaws and has found most of them can be categorized as “minor.”

  • 7/14/14

    Professor David Rosenbaum and grad student Cory Adam Potts' study finds completing tasks sooner than they need to be done may not improve productivity and relieve stress.

  • 7/10/14

    Geoscientist Terry Engelder says spills of less than 100 gallons are common because of the complexity of underground pipelines, with their many connectors and valves.

  • 7/10/14

    Why? Korean students might be more focused on how to fit into social situations, the study said, which caused them to express themselves more through their phones.

  • 7/9/14

    Richard Legro, the study's first author and College of Medicine professor, says a new treatment approach increases the odds that women with PCOS can have a baby.

  • 7/8/14

    With immigration in the news more and more, some Penn State law students have stepped into the fray, writing a document that will help lawyers navigate the issue.

  • 7/7/14

    A team at Penn State is saying that Gliese 581g and a presumed neighbor planet, Gliese 581d, were simply illusions caused by the star they supposedly orbited.

  • 7/5/14

    The issue is about science, and the military is taking it seriously, says Retired Rear Adm. David W. Titley, director, Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk.

  • 7/5/14

    Some fruit and veggies are coated with food-grade wax, which your body doesn't digest, and there's no reason to avoid eating them, says food scientist Luke LaBorde.

  • 4/30/14

    For schools looking around to see these best practices at work, there are several good models. Ives points to Penn State's World Campus.