Penn State is a part of a multi-university research project that is studying the decision-making process that governs how people in the U.S. receive electricity. Read More
A project investigating how plant cells build cellulose and cell walls could eventually improve the processes for making biofuels. Read More
In the last 20 years, flooding in the U.S. caused $60 billion in damages, and it appears to be worsening due to climate change. Read More
IEE's Brendan Culleton, the laboratory scientist for the Radiocarbon Lab, was part of a multi-institution research project that produced the first genome-wide ancient human DNA sequences from west and central Africa.
Penn State faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students can request a complimentary registration to the 2020 Summer Symposium in Molecular Biology Registration, August 3–6. Quantities are limited.