Origins of complexity
Ancient protein structures underlie modern biological innovations.
How did life begin?
Protocell researcher and RNA expert bump into each other and learn about early life on earth.
Person to Person: RNA World Team
A group of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers bring their own perspectives to understanding the RNA world hypothesis.
Person to Person: Michelle Stone
A Penn State alumna returns to her alma mater, managing an Eberly research lab.
Person To Person: Yunqing Zhou
From Hong Kong to Happy Valley—an Eberly graduate student’s journey to new frontiers
Research in Action: James Ferry
A Penn State microbiologist studies the microbes that set the stage for life as we know it and how they could shape the future.
Research in Action: Kirsten Guckes
A Penn State postdoctoral scholar's research and teaching sets the foundations for a future in academia.
Research in Action: Linda Westrick
A Penn State mathematician uses reverse mathematics to explore unusual theorems.
A selection of research press releases from the Eberly College of Science.
New Penn State center focuses on the rule breakers of the plant world.
With over 15 sensor capabilities, the handheld device is able to detect everything from light intensity to acceleration and also can wirelessly send the data to students’ laptops for analysis.
Welcoming new faculty members to the Eberly College of Science.
Five from Eberly College of Science receive NSF CAREER Award.
Faculty Awards and Honors Summer 2020.
Ten named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Years of Service Recognition 2020.
Jingjun Wang selected as Eberly College of Science fall 2019 student marshal.
Sojung Kim represented the Eberly College of Science as student marshal at spring commencement 2020
Cuyler Luck represented the Eberly College of Science as student marshal at spring commencement 2020.
Chemistry Major Gains Experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Emilee Yaeger selected as the 2019 Eberly College of Science Cooperative Education Student of the Year.
An Eberly graduate student finds inspiration in math, community, and teaching.
“Because of you, I will be able to pursue a career answering complex evolutionary questions and will also be able to encourage other young women to pursue research careers.”
Audrey Arner ’20 Biology, Biological Anthropology
Homer F. Braddock College of Science Memorial Scholarship, Ralph Anthony Giangiordano, Jr. Science Scholarship, Lewis A. and Opal D. Gugliemelli Honors Scholarship in Science, Mahle Millennium Scholars Program Scholarship, Margaret M. Newell Scholarship, Daniel J. Larson International Travel Endowment.
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