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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.

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Issue 1 of the 2022 Science Journal is explores the impact of several of the preprofessional and integrated degree programs in the Penn Stat

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Science Journal Spotlight: Preprofessional Programs in the Eberly College of Science

New risk scores developed by Penn State biologists could help clinicians identify young children most at risk of developing obesity.

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New approach can help identify young children most at risk for obesity

A sun-like star could explain why our Sun stopped its sunspot cycles 300 years ago during the Maunder Minimum, according to Penn State.

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​​Nearby star could help explain why our Sun didn’t have sunspots for 70 years

Mikael Rechtsman, associate professor of physics at Penn State, will lead a team that has been awarded a 5-year $7.5 million DoD MURI grant.

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$7.5 million DoD grant supports the exploration of exotic physics in synthetic dimensions

Scholarship rewards U.S. undergraduates studying in select STEM fields.

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Two Penn Staters selected for competitive national Goldwater Scholarship

University alumna has opened doors for women of color in the sciences.

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Penn State to name building in honor of scientist and pioneer Shirley M. Malcom

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