Allen Landis, executive director of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s Energy Department Authority, will deliver the talk "Snapshot of Pennsylvania’s Solar Sector — and Programs and Policies to Grow It" at 4 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 26.
Climate change in the Arctic is evident as temperatures rise and Alaskan coastal Indigenous communities face severe, urgent, and complex social and infrastructural challenges. A collection of Penn State research in the region, being driven by social sciences and in collaboration with engineering and natural sciences, will address these challenges.
Penn State alumna Imani Murray is 14 countries into her travel journey, and as she continues to grow her brand, she’s not stopping there.
Five faculty in Penn State’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MatSE) are members of research teams selected for two recently funded Energy Frontier Research Centers.
Fracking for natural gas in parts of Pennsylvania with a legacy of energy extraction may increase the risk of groundwater contamination, according to a team led by Penn State scientists.
Penn State was named a collaborating institution in a $66 million U.S. Department of Energy Urban Integrated Field (Urban IFL) Program designed to study the impacts of climate change on American cities.
As a third-year Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Scholar, Caden Vitti has worked to find an intersection between his two majors: Spanish and energy engineering
The Earth and Environmental Systems Institute's Fall 2022 EarthTalks series will explore the development of solar energy through multiple, and intersecting, lenses. The seminar series resumes on Sept. 19 and continues through Nov. 14.
A $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will enable a team of researchers — led by Penn State entomologists — to assess foraging patterns of honey bees on organic farms, with an eye toward creating opportunities for beekeepers to produce certified-organic apiary products.
Penn State reserachers have developed a flexible biosensor for monitoring nitric oxide signals, which could catch possible early onset osteoarthritis following some knee injuries, according to Penn State scientists.