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Wing and Bram to represent Penn State Eberly College of Science as student marshals
21 April 2016 Anna Wing and Joshua Bram, both of State College, Pennsylvania, will be honored as student marshals during the Penn State Eberly College of Science spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 7, 2016, on the University Park campus. Wing's faculty escort will be Joseph Reese, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology. Bram's faculty escort will be Stephen Schaeffer, professor of biology.

Leigh Krompasky and Grace Lee Receive the John W. White Graduate Fellowship
Leigh Krompasky and Grace Lee Receive the John W. White Graduate Fellowship 21 April 2016 The Penn State University Faculty Senate awarded Leigh Krompasky, a senior majoring in Science, and Grace Lee, a senior majoring in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Genetics & Developmental Biology, and a Schreyer Scholar, with the John W. White Graduate Fellowship.

Caught in the act: 3D structure of an RNA-modifying protein determined in action
Caught in the act: 3D structure of an RNA-modifying protein determined in action 21 April 2016 The structure of a bacterial RNA-binding protein has been determined in the act of modifying a molecule of RNA -- an achievement that provides researchers with a unique view of the protein's function in action and could lead to clues that would help in the fight against the development of antibiotic-resistant infections. A paper describing the findings by a team of Penn State University researchers is published in the current issue of the journal Science.

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