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First Successful Lab Breeding of Rare Caribbean Coral Species

13 March 2015 — A rare and threatened Caribbean coral species has been successfully bred and raised in the lab for the first time by a research team whose achievement will be published in the scientific journal BMC Ecology. Penn State University Associate Professor of Biology Mónica Medina is among the three scientists on this research team. Its work provides the first photos and documentation of juveniles of this species, and could provide information to aid the conservation of coral reefs in the study area. The team plans to 'out-plant' these lab-grown juveniles in the wild, which could help populations become more resilient to climate change.

Runze Li Named Verne M. Willaman Professor of Statistics (13 January 2015)

$15 million research grant awarded to Penn State Center for Nanoscience (12 January 2015)

Research in Action: With New Grant, Penn State Aims to Bring Next-Generation DNA Sequencing to Working Crime Laboratories (8 January 2015)

Huge New Astronomy Database Now Available to the Public (7 January 2015)

Acoustic tweezers manipulate cell-to-cell contact (22 December 2014)

Gilliland is Part of Team that Wins Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics (16 December 2014)

Victor Cotton to Represent Penn State's Eberly College of Science as Student Marshal at Fall Commencement 2014 (11 December 2014)

Nancy Moran to present Marker Lectures in Evolutionary Biology on December 8 and 9, 2014 (Event Date: 09 December 2014) (8 Mueller Laboratory, from 09 December 2014 04:00 PM to 09 December 2014 05:00 PM)

Living African group discovered to be the most populous humans over the last 150,000 years (4 December 2014)

Four Alumni Honored with Penn State's Outstanding Science Alumni Award (3 December 2014)

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