The Disks That Make Solar Systems Flat
How spinning disks and oddball stars and planets allow astronomers to test theories about the formation of planetary systems
HETDEX and the 'Quest for the Rest'
The search for dark energy could help illuminate the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of our universe.
Can We Detect Binary Supermassive Black Holes?
A Penn State astronomer studies the evolution of galaxies and the black holes at their cores.
Beyond the Limits of Observation
A Penn State physicist reveals how theory is informed by data in describing the early universe.
Modifying the Mosaic
A Penn State postdoc explores patterns in animal traits across a landscape and how they might adapt to change.
A Penn State chemist specializes in reconstructing routes of chemical reactions
Research Now: Special COVID-19 Edition
Eberly scientists pivot to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. A selection of press releases from the Eberly College of Science.
Tracy Langkilde has been named dean of the college.
Undergrads in this minor leave Penn State with the practical knowledge and skills employers look for.
Who succeeds in math?
A Penn State mathematician transitions from the theoretical to the practical to study “inclusive behaviors” in math education.
Online laboratory learning
A case study on how to ensure safety and maintain high levels of learning.
Research and outreach and education, oh my!
A chemistry major combines her passions to fulfill her dreams.
An academic and activist
An Eberly graduate student helps initiate opportunities for her BIPOC peers while maintaining an active research program.
Family, community, and social justice converge in this Eberly alumna’s medical practice.
In 2020, the college created five scholarships to support diversity within the college’s undergraduate student community.
—Donovan Brown ‘21 Biology, concentration in Genetics and Developmental Biology. Millennium Scholars Program Scholarship and Science Dean’s Scholarship recipient.
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