News and Events from the Eberly College of Science
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.
Penn State harnessing research muscle to fight infectious diseases (9 February 2016)
In Memoriam: Mercedes Richards (1955-2016) (5 February 2016)
How to Stop an Epidemic: a free public presentation on February 6 (1 February 2016)
Discovered: How to unlock inaccessible genes (29 January 2016)
New Hope for Brain Repair: a free public presentation on January 30 (25 January 2016)
Top high-energy astrophysics prize awarded to Niel Brandt (15 January 2016)