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Recent Stories:

Portion size has a 'powerful effect' on eating patterns among kids, study shows

Diet fads: Lose some, gain some

Preschoolers not good at resisting large portion of food, says study

Unraveling the History of Human Hair

Online tool identifies best and safest places to keep bees

App aims to help bees

Sean Bresnahan to study at Penn State

Online tool identifies best and safest places to keep bees

Introducing Beescape: A New Online Tool and Community to Support Bees

Penn State food science professors upcycle the avocado seed as a food colorant

Scientists working with squid take a bite out of microplastic pollution

An Update On Alzheimer’s Disease

The Right Way to Kill a Fish

5,000 Gray Wolves Are Better Than None



Squid tentacles offer pollution solution

What the US could learn from Slovenia about protecting bees


Broadening their minds

City Frogs Are the Sexiest Frogs

September 27 - Lancaster Online
"Still green: Pennsylvania issues first foliage report; forestry expert warns colors this year could be late, muted"

September 25 - Bustle
"Childhood Asthma Is Linked To Developing Anxiety As An Adult, According To New Research In Mice"

September 23 - Lancaster Online
"Is it okay to stock hatchery-raised brook trout over wild trout? Study has no clear-cut answers"

September 21 - UPI
"Mouth bacteria in toddlers may predict obesity, study says"

September 20 - National Science Foundation
"Few hatchery brook trout genes present in Pennsylvania watershed wild fish"

September 20 - Health Medicine Network
"Swabbing a child’s mouth for bacteria could predict how likely they are to become obese"

September 19 - Futurity
"Family's 'Genetic Background' Sheds Light On Autism Symptoms

September 19 - Newsweek
"Your Child's Mouth Could Reveal Their Obesity Risk

September 19 - Nature
"Child Weight Gain Trajectories Linked To Oral Microbiota Composition"

September 15 - Scientific American
"Searching for Chocolate’s Roots, and Enemies, in Colombia’s Wilderness"

September 14 - Scientific American
"The Environment’s New Clothes: Biodegradable Textiles Grown from Live Organisms"

September 12 - R&D
"Novel Method of Pinpointing Cancer Mutations Could Lead to More Targeted Treatments"

September 11 - National Geographic
"How Humans Are Messing Up Bee Sex"

September 10 - Gen
"Family Genetics Key to Severity of Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders"

September 7 - The Seattle Times
"A fast-moving future for gene-edited foods"

September 7 - Sci-News
"Pottery Analysis Reveals Earliest Mediterranean Cheese Production 7,200 Years Ago"

September 6 - Yahoo! News
"Scientists find evidence of 7,000 year old cheese in Neolithic villages in Croatia"

September 6 - USA Today
"How long have people loved cheese? 7,200 years, according to a new discovery"

September 5 - National Geographic
"Hints of 7,200-Year-Old Cheese Create a Scientific Stink"

September 5 - National Science Foundation
"Evidence of 7,200-year-old cheese making found on the Dalmatian Coast"

September 3 - Austin American-Statesman
"A fast-moving future for gene-edited foods"