A Penn State-led team of scientists created a new process to fabricate large perovskite devices that is more cost- and time-effective than previously possible and that they said may accelerate future materials discovery.
Penn State has recognized three faculty members as Atherton Professors, a new distinction created by the University to recognize the continuing high level of scholarly or creative activity Evan Pugh University Professors may pursue after their retirement.
James Kasting, Evan Pugh University Professor Emeritus of Geosciences at Penn State, has been named an Atherton Professor, one of three emeritus professors to receive the new title.
Penn State has established a publicly available, environmental monitoring network to provide enhanced surveillance of atmospheric and soil conditions across Pennsylvania.
Nancy Chabot, planetary scientist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, will deliver the talk "Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART): NASA’s First Planetary Defense Test Mission” at 4 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 27.
The 15th annual Materials Visualization Competition (MVC15) is now accepting submissions. The deadline for submissions is March 15.
Kimberly Lau, assistant professor in Penn State’s Department of Geosciences and an associate in the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute, was recently selected to receive a 2023 Sloan Research Fellowship.
Katherine Freeman, Evan Pugh University Professor of Geosciences, will give an overview of the NASA's OSIRIS-Rex mission and the state-of-the-art methods Penn State brings to the mission in her talk "Preparing for the OSIRIS-REx Sample Return" at 4 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 20.
Luke Winand’s motivation to fight pediatric cancer stems from fourth grade when his classmate lost his battle with leukemia. Participating in Penn State THON was no question when he arrived at Penn State.
Advances in computing power over the decades have come thanks in part to our ability to make smaller and smaller transistors, a building block of electronic devices, but we are nearing the limit of the silicon materials typically used.