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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.
Two Experiments Show Fourth Spatial Dimension Effect (Gizmodo)
Penn State physicist Mikael Rechtsman is quoted in this article by Gizmodo
The strangest star in the sky finally has an explanation for its flicker (Washington Post)
Penn State astronomer Jason Wright is quoted in this article by the Washington Post.
Mystery of 'Alien Megastructure' Star Has Been Cracked (National Geographic)
Penn State astronomer Jason Wright is quoted in this article by National Geographic.
How Citizen Scientists Discovered the Strangest Star in the Galaxy (PBS)
Penn State astronomer Jason Wright is quoted in this article by PBS.
Dust, Not Aliens, Is Likely Cause of Star’s Weird Dimming (Scientific American)
Penn State astronomer Jason Wright is quoted in this article by Scientific American.
Stopping the Rise of Superbugs by Making Them Fight For Food (the Atlantic)
Penn State biologist Andrew Read is quoted in this article by the Atlantic
Flies are even more disgusting than we thought, acting as ‘airborne shuttles’ for disease (Newsweek)
Penn State biochemist and molecular biologist Don Bryant is quoted in this article by Newsweek.
Flies more germ-laden than suspected (BBC News)
Penn State biochemist and molecular biologist Don Bryant is quoted in this article by BBC News.
High-energy 'ghost particles' can be stopped on way through Earth (CBC News)
Penn State physicist and astronomer Doug Cowen is quoted in this article by CBC News (Canada).
New pulsar result supports particle dark matter (Astronomy Magazine)
Penn State astronomer and physicist Miguel Mostafá is quoted in this article by Astronomy Magazine.
It Snows Sunscreen on This Planet (Popular Mechanics)
Penn State astronomer Thomas Beatty is quoted in this article by Popular Mechanics.
NASA's Hubble Spots 'Sunscreen' Snow On Extrasolar 'Hot Jupiter' (Forbes)
Penn State astronomer Thomas Beatty is quoted in this article by Forbes.
LIGO announcement vaults astronomy out of its silent movie era into the talkies (The Conversation)
Penn State physicist and astronomer Chad Hanna authored this article in The Conversation.
Gravitational waves? Neutron stars? Kilonovas? What the new physics announcement means (Washington Post)
Penn State astronomer Michael Siegel is quoted in this article by the Washington Post.
Scientists detect gravitational waves from a new kind of nova, sparking a new era in astronomy (Washington Post)
Penn State astronomer Jamie Kennea is quoted in this article by the Washington Post.
Penn State participates in Nobel-winning physics project (Centre Daily Times)
Penn State astronomer Chad Hanna is quoted in this article in the Centre Daily Times.
Do Pathogens Gain Virulence as Hosts Become More Resistant? (The Scientist)
Penn State biologist Andrew Read authored this article in the Scientist.
The Next Chapter in a Viral Arms Race (The Atlantic)
Penn State biologist Andrew Read is quoted in this article by the Atlantic.
Scientists Find 'Achilles Heel' in Malaria Parasite (Voices of America)
Penn State biochemist and molecular biologist Manuel Llinás is quoted in this article by Voices of America.
3rd Gravitational Wave Detection Is About Much More Than Black Holes (Discover)
Penn State astronomer Chad Hanna is quoted in this article by Discover Magazine.

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