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eclipse data from Penn State Brandywine

Eclipse research: Brandywine professor-student duo lends NASA a hand

The total eclipse on Aug. 21 sent faculty, staff and students from around the state outside to watch the action. While most of the Penn State community had their eyes on the skies, two people at Penn State Brandywine were thinking about the ground and air around them.
engineering

Philadelphia regional engineering degree

Penn State faculty and students demonstrate the autonomous robot they delivered to Horsham Township public works to inspect stormwater pipes.

Penn State Brandywine's Megan Povelones

Linking mitochondrial shape and energy

Penn State Assistant Professor of Biology Megan Povelones is working on research that looks at the significance of different mitochondrial shapes and how they might impact cell development and fitness.

Penn State Brandywine's Megan Povelones

Linking mitochondrial shapes and energy

Assistant Professor of Biology Megan Povelones was recently awarded a five-year grant that will allow her to expand her current research on the structure and function of mitochondria.
Penn State Brandywine's Mick Yoder

Mick Yoder

Mick Yoder, assistant professor of biology at Penn State Brandywine, is using a colony of frogs to study cell behavior in embryonic development.

Mick Yoder of Penn State Brandywine

Brandywine professor uses frogs to conduct embryonic cell research

Mick Yoder, assistant professor of biology at Penn State Brandywine, is using a colony of frogs to study cell behavior in embryonic development.
African Clawed Frog

African Clawed Frog

Yoder maintains a colony of African clawed frogs to conduct his research. 

Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers

Engineers receive $1.2M to examine conjugated polymers for flexible electronics

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $1.2M in funding to three Penn State chemical engineering researchers for a proposal which aims to identify the key polymeric properties of conjugated polymers used to develop flexible electronics.
Penn State Brandywine alumna Megan Draper

Penn State Brandywine sparks alumna’s passion for primates

While earning her bachelor's degree in psychology from the Brandywine campus, Penn State graduate Megan Draper completed a unique research project that allowed her to explore her passion for primates and pursue a career in her dream field.
Penn State In The News

Penn State In The News: July 2016

Penn State appears in the news hundreds of times every day. Monthly, the University’s Office of Strategic Communications features national and international news coverage of the work and expertise of Penn State’s faculty, students and staff.

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