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Space observatory controlled by Penn State captures its 1,000th gamma-ray burst

11 November 2015 - One thousand of the most powerful explosions in the universe -- gamma-ray bursts -- now have been detected by NASA's Swift Gamma-ray-Burst Explorer satellite, report scientists at Penn State's Mission Operations Center, which controls the science and flight operations for the satellite.

Quantum computing advance locates neutral atoms (12 August 2015)

Five Schreyer Scholars selected for Summer Exposure M.D./Ph.D. program Ten-week program combines biomedical research, clinical experience (10 August 2015)

NSF funds Industry/University Center for Atomically Thin Coatings (10 August 2015)

Meichen Bian to Represent Penn State's Eberly College of Science as Student Marshal at Summer Commencement 2015 (10 August 2015)

New Milky Way Map Reveals Stars in Our Galaxy Move Far from Home (30 July 2015)

Clump of a star's gas, catapulting into space at 40 million miles per hour, appears to be picking up speed (28 July 2015)

From twitching lizards to noisy frogs, adaptation is often survival of the weird (28 July 2015)

Some Vaccines Support Evolution of More-Virulent Viruses (27 July 2015)

Increasing prevalence of autism is due, in part, to changing diagnoses (22 July 2015)

Jane Charlton selected as Penn State Teaching Fellow (20 July 2015)

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