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A selection of links to news stories on the web featuring the work of scientists in the Eberly College of Science.
Can You Really Freshen Up Women's 'Aging' Eggs? (Live Science)
Penn State scientist Kateryna Makova's research is featured in this article at Live Science.
Should we give up on the dream of space elevators? (BBC)
Penn State scientist John Badding's research if featured in this article at the BBC.
Thank JELLYFISH for your brains! Electrical signals in nerve cells first evolved in 600-million-year-old ancestor (Daily Mail)
Penn State biologist Tim Jegla's research is featured in this article at the Daily Mail.
Hunting For Big Planets Far Beyond Pluto May Soon Be Easier (NPR)
Penn State astronomer Kevin Luhman is featured in this article at NPR.
Dwindling African tribe may have been most populous group on planet (Science AAAS)
Penn State scientist Webb Miller's research is featured in this article at Science AAAS.
The Khoisan Once Were Kings Of The Planet. What Happened? (NPR)
Penn State scientist Webb Miller's research is featured in this article at NPR.
War of the Worlds (Wired)
Penn State astronomer Paul Robertson's work is mentioned in this article at Wired.
Comparing The Genomes Of Mice And Humans To Aid Clinical Research (Red Orbit)
Penn State scientist Ross Hardison's research is featured in this article at Red Orbit.
Gene regulation splits mice and men (Futurity)
Penn State scientist Ross Hardison's research is featured in this article at Furturity.
“Happy 10th Anniversary in Space,” He Said Swiftly (Slate)
NASA's Swift satellite's accomplishments are featured in this article at Slate. Science and flight operations for Swift are controlled by Penn State from the Mission Operations Center at the University Park campus.
Forget Interstellar, Watch Milestones From NASA Swift's 10 Years in Space (Newsweek)
NASA's Swift satellite is profiled in this article in Newsweek. Science and flight operations for Swift are controlled by Penn State from the Mission Operations Center at the University Park campus.
These Scientists Are Training Computers to Help Farmers Save Their Crops (Wired)
Penn State epidemiologists David Hughes and Marcel Salathé are featured in this article at Wired.
Study: Older Mothers May Pass More Diseases on to Their Kids (U.S. News & World Report)
Penn State biologist Kateryna Makova's research is featured in this article at U.S. News & World Report.
Penn State research team brings ‘diamonds’ out of disorder (The Big 10 Network)
Penn State scientist John Badding's research is featured in this article at The Big 10 Network.
Going up! Cosmic elevator could reach space on a cable made of diamonds (CNN)
Penn State scientist John Badding's research is featured in this article at CNN.
The space elevator: Extreme science fiction that’s still a long way from science fact (The Washington Post)
Penn State scientist John Badding's work is featured in this article in The Washington Post.
Liquid Benzene Squeezed to Form Diamond Nanothreads (Scientific American)
Penn State scientist John Badding's research is featured in this article at Scientific American.
New 'Diamond nanothreads' may make space elevator a reality (CNET)
Penn State scientist John Badding's research is featured in this article at CNET.
Ultra-thin Nanothread Discovery Could Make Diamonds An Astronaut's Best Friend (Forbes)
Penn State scientist John Badding's research is featured in this article at Forbes.
Strings of DIAMONDS may soon transport us into space: Nanothread breakthrough could make cosmic elevators a reality (The Daily Mail)
Penn State scientist John Badding's research is featured in this article at The Daily Mail.

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