Jan 18, 2019
Discovering the beauty of living cells: Science meets coffeeshop art
A December exhibition at Webster's Bookstore Cafe titled “The Art of Cell Biology,” featured 18 pieces of science-based artwork produced by Penn State research,
Oct 19, 2018
Innovative meeting brings scientists and artists together
The University of Utah’s Dr. Janet Iwasa headlined the “Art of Cellular Biology” event.
Jun 05, 2018
Modern brain circuitry retains ancient foundation
Studying sea anemones' molecular nerve-signaling machinery, Tim Jegla finds that a burst of evolutionary innovation laid the foundation of our nervous systems more than half a billion years ago.
Mar 07, 2017
Discovery rewriting the evolutionary history of the nervous system
Penn State researchers at the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences uncover a long-standing, fundamental error in the story of the nervous systemâ€™s evolution.
Jul 11, 2016
Summer fieldwork for MCIBS students: from here to China
This summer many MCIBS students can be found hard at work in their labs. Or you just might find some by a local stream or in Africa or China taking their research into the field.
Mar 30, 2015
Crowd-funding campaign to accelerate clinical trials of brain-repair discovery
Pushing promising new brain-repair research from the Gong Chen lab into clinical trials is the goal of a quick crowd-funding campaign that kicked off March 30.
Feb 17, 2015
Nerve-cell signaling traced back to common ancestor of humans and sea anemone
New research led by by Tim Jegla shows that a burst of evolutionary innovation in the genes responsible for electrical communication among nerve cells in our brains occurred over 600 million years ago in a common ancestor of humans and the sea anemone.
Aug 21, 2014
Ben Franklin's TechCelerator turns promising research into startups with promise
Research-to-startup program helps build entrepreneurship among scientists including Huck Institutes faculty researchers Tony Jun Huang and Gong Chen.
Jul 23, 2014
Research team sets sights on fighting hunger by strengthening plants
A group of Penn State students led by Assistant Professor of Biology Charles Anderson is exploring ways to make plants hardier, boosting world food supplies in the process.
Jul 20, 2014
Crowdfunding campaign underway to support student research on sustainable agriculture
A group of students led by Charles Anderson has launched a crowdfunding campaign to support their new research project in sustainable agriculture, Fast Farming: Feeding a Hot, Dry World.