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Why Black Holes Are Winning Respect (CBS News)
Penn State astrophysicist Yuexing Li, and her research on black holes and their constructive role black in the creation of the universe's modern structure is featured on CBS News (6 January 2010).
Are Black Holes the Architects of the Universe? (Discover Magazine)
Penn State astrophysicist Yuexing Li, and her research on black holes and their constructive role black in the creation of the universe's modern structure is featured on the web site of Discover magazine (4 January 2010).
Return of the Alchemists (The National)
The work of A. Welford Castleman Jr. and his colleagues, showing that certain combinations of elemental atoms have electronic signatures that mimic the electronic signatures of other elements, is featured on the web site of The National (3 January 2010)
Beth Shapiro: Creatures Great and Small (The Scientist)
A feature story about Beth Shapiro, the Shaffer Career Development Assistant Professor of Biology, appeared in the December 2009 issue of The Scientist.
Superatoms Mimic Elements: Research Gives New Perspective on Periodic Table (Science Daily)
The work of A. Welford Castleman Jr. and his colleagues, showing that certain combinations of elemental atoms have electronic signatures that mimic the electronic signatures of other elements, is featured on the web site of Science Daily (29 December 2009)
Brown dwarf pair mystifies astronomers (PhysOrg.com)
Alex Wolszczan, Evan Pugh professor of astronomy and astrophysics, led a team that found two brown dwarf-sized objects orbiting a giant old star. The findings, which show that planets may assemble around stars more quickly and efficiently than anyone thought possible, are featured on the web site of PhysOrg.com (21 December 2009 )
Injured Fruit Fly Neuron Reprograms Itself (United Press International)
The work of Melissa Rolls, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, is featured on the web site of UPI. (17 December 2009)
Fruit Fly Neuron Can Reprogram Itself After Injury (Science Daily)
The work of Melissa Rolls, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, is featured on the web site of Science Daily. (11 December 2009)
Remodeling Replaces Cut Axons (The Scientist)
The work of Melissa Rolls, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, is featured on the web site of The Scientist. (7 December 2009)
In the Dark: Unusual Deep-Sea Species Documented (Slide Show on Scientific American web site)
The work of Census of Marine Life scientists, including Penn State Professor of Biology Charles Fisher, is featured on the Scientific American website. The scientists have inventoried an astonishing abundance, diversity and distribution of deep sea species that have never known sunlight. (23 November 2009)
The Link Between Birdsong And Human Language (PhysOrg.com)
The work of Penn State physicist, Dezhe Jin, featured on PhysOrg.com. (10 November 2009)
Climate change ‘will put endangered monkeys at further risk’ (The Times of London)
The work of Penn State biologist, Erik Post, and graduate student, Ruscena Wiederholt, featured on the Times of London. (28 October 2009)
Bioengineered Plants Gone Wild (NPR)
Penn State biologist, Andrew Stephenson, and his research on transgenes in the wild, is featured on NPR. (27 October 2009)
Two at Penn State, Princeton Win 'Genius' Grants (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Biologist Beth Shapiro's selection as a MacArthur Foundation fellow featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer. (23 September 2009)
Penn State Professor Leads New TV Show, 'Crime Scene University'
02 July 2008  
"Dunk the Dean" Ice Cream Social Benefits Centre County United Way
14 September 2005  
Professor Helps Coach High-School Math Club
18 February 2004  
Holiday Season Is Time to Think of Others for Eberly College of Science
10 December 2003  
Charity Begins at the Office for Eberly College of Science
19 December 2001  
Streaming Video Makes Physics Class, Lectures a Round-the-Clock Resource for Students
27 March 2001  

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