Home > News and Events > Penn State Science in the News

Penn State Science in the News

Main Content

A selection of links to news stories on the web featuring the work of scientists in the Eberly College of Science.
Jurassic Space: Ancient Galaxies Come Together After Billions of Years (Science Daily)
The work of a team of astronomers, including Penn State's Jane Charlton, is featured on Science Daily (20 February 2010).
Heat-Resistant Algae Could Help Threatened Coral (ecogeek.org)
Todd LaJeunesse, assistant professor of biology, and his research on corals are featured on the Web site of EcoGeek.com (19 February 2010).
Desmond Tutu's genome sequenced as part of genetic diversity study (The Gaurdian)
The work of Stephan Schuster and Webb Miller, who sequenced the genome of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, is featured on the Web site of The Guardian (18 February 2010).
Archbishop Tutu Gets Sequenced--And Finds a Surprise in His Ancestry (Scientific American)
The work of Stephan Schuster and Webb Miller, who sequenced the genome of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, is featured on the Web site of Scientific American (18 February 2010).
Corals Partner Up With Heat-Resistant Algae (New York Times)
The work of Assistant Professor of Biology, Todd LaJeunesse, was featured on the Web site of the New York Times (18 February 2010).
What Secrets Lie in Archbishop Tutu's Genome? (TIME magazine)
The work of Stephan Schuster and Webb Miller, who sequenced the genome of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, is featured on the Web site of TIME magazine (18 February 2010).
Decoding diversity in Bushmen (Science News)
The work of Stephan Schuster and Webb Miller is featured on the Web site of Science News (18 February 2010).
Africa yields two full human genomes (Nature News)
The work of Stephan Schuster and Webb Miller is featured on the Web site of Nature (17 February 2010).
Some Corals Might Survive Global Warming (Ecoworld.com)
The work of Assistant Professor of Biology, Todd LaJeunesse, is featured at EcoWorld.com (16 February 2010).
Food Needs 'Dramatic' New Path to Sustainability (Stock and Land)
A recent paper co-authored by Nina Federoff, Willaman Professor of Life Sciences and science and technology adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State, is featured on the Web site of Stock & Land (15 February 2010).
Some Corals Might Survive Global Warming (UPI)
The work of Assistant Professor of Biology, Todd LaJeunesse, is featured on the Web site of UPI (15 February 2010).
News From the Field: Diversity of Corals, Algae in Warm Indian Ocean Suggests Resilience to Future Global Warming (National Science Foundation)
Todd LaJeunesse, assistant professor of biology, and his research on corals are featured on the Web site of the National Science Foundation (14 February 2010).
Avert Starvation Catastrophe, Scientists Tell World Leaders (Thaindian News)
The work of Nina Federoff, Willaman Professor of Life Sciences and science and technology adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State, is featured on the Web site of Thaindian News (15 February 2010).
Radical New Directions Needed in Food Production to Deal with Climate Change (Science Centric)
The work of Nina Federoff, Willaman Professor of Life Sciences and science and technology adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State, is featured on the Web site of Science Centric (13 February 2010).
‘Farming must embrace GM technology to fight 21st-century food crisis’ (The Times of London)
A recent paper co-authored by Nina Fedoroff, Willaman Professor of Life Sciences and science and technology adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State, is featured on the Web site of The Times of London (12 February 2010).
Should We Clone Neanderthals? (Archaeology)
Stephan Schuster, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, comments on recent research on ancient humans in this article that appears on the Archaeology Web site (11 February 2010).
Ancient Human Sequenced for First Time (Science magazine)
In this article at Sciencemag.org, biologist Beth Shapiro comments on recent research on ancient humans (10 February 2010).
Climate change causes wolverine decline across Canada (BBC)
The research of Eric Post, associate professor of biology, is featured on the web site of BBC.
Mammoth Achievement: Researchers at the forefront of molecular biology (PhysOrg)
This article at PhysOrg.com examines how Stephan Schuster and Webb Miller have helped push back the boundaries of molecular biology (26 January 2010).
PSU Professor Sees Potential of Unlikely Energy Source (Centre Daily Times)
The first lecture in the 2010 Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science, delivered by Bruce Logan on 23 January, was featured in the Centre Daily Times. The six-lecture series is sponsored jointly by the Eberly College of Science and Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment.

Document Actions

Share this page: |