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Eberly College of Science

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At the Eberly College of Science, we further scientific knowledge to build a better future for our students and for society. Through collaborative learning, intensive research, and a strong community, we're dedicated to making a meaningful impact.

Congratulations to our Class of 2024! During the spring undergraduate commencement ceremony, 686 students walked across the stage in recognition of their accomplishments. View the spring 2024 commencement photo gallery.

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Girl with Telescope.
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Eberly College of Science faculty members Zoltan Fodor and Yakov Pesin have been elected as Fellows to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

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Two Eberly faculty elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

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A blinking fish reveals clues as to how our ancestors evolved from water to land

Eberly College of Science undergraduates Yuki Yoshida and Kueyoung Kim have earned the 2023 Goldwater Scholarship.

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Two Penn State undergraduates earn national Goldwater Scholarship

The C.R. Rao Prize Conference will bring scholars together on May 16, 2023, at Penn State University Park.

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Statistics conference honors world-renowned professor emeritus

New images from Penn State researchers show how viral proteins are separated by a protease; an important step during virus replication.

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Essential process for SARS-CoV-2 viral replication visualized

More than a hundred blazars—black holes systems with powerful jets— have been newly characterized by Penn State researchers.

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Testing a theory of supermassive black holes with 100 newly described 'blazars'

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