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Satellite data can help scientists measure the depth and shape of ice shelf fractures to better predict when and where calving events will occur.
The Penn State Materials Research Institute (MRI) has announced the 2021 recipients of seed grants that will enable University faculty to establish new collaborations with partners outside their own units for exploration of transformative ideas for high-impact materials science and engineering.
A panel of energy experts from Penn State and industry will review the causes of the Texas energy crisis and discuss lessons learned for the U.S. northeast on Monday, March 8.
Alfonso Mejia will discuss using data-driven frameworks to keep cities supplied after droughts and heat waves affect agricultural production on March 10
Scientists are using networks of ground-based seismic and GPS monitoring stations and satellite observations to observe the Sierra Negra.
16 students will represent Penn State during the final round of selections for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program's 2021-22 award year, including Ruchi Patel, human dimensions of natural resources and the environment, geography.
Recent Master of Geographic Information Systems graduate Nate Geyer has always been interested in epidemiology and geography. As a research support assistant in the Department of Public Health Sciences in the College of Medicine, he was able to put those interests together by creating a new version of the LionVu cancer mapping tool.
Penn State faculty, staff and students are invited to take part in the second forum designed to discuss how Penn State can continue to strengthen its position as an energy leader.
Twenty Penn State teams with students from seven different colleges including EMS will each be awarded $500 to compete in the Prototype Phase of the 2021 Nittany AI Challenge.
Buried interview from 1963 with Walter Friedrich helped shine some light on the German scientist's vital yet forgotten role in a Nobel Prize-winning discovery.