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Lead poisoning is irreversible. The folks in Flint, Michigan, who recently have been exposed through their contaminated drinking water supply, will deal with the consequences--developmental delays, learning disabilities, memory loss, mood disorders, and more--for the rest of their lives.

Summer is around the corner and that means outdoor barbecues and picnics. Richard Kralj, food safety and nutrition educator, gives some tips on keeping food safe.

With our college's state appropriation zeroed out, the recent budget impasse forced the college to face the unthinkable--the elimination of our extension and agricultural research programs along with the loss of approximately 1,100 positions.

Manure. Minerals. Wood ash. Crop residues. A century ago, these natural products were just about the only things available to help boost crop yield.

Eric Cowden Takes the lead as the Ag Alumni Society's new president.

Schreyer Honors Scholar Amy Kraus

Schreyer Honors Scholar Amy Kraus receives Outstanding Senior Award.

Recent graduate Darryl Blakey at home in our nation’s capital.

Opportunities and horizons broaden for students in the college’s International Agriculture program.

Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding receives one of the University’s highest honors.

Focusing on the science behind an issue isn’t always enough. The poster on my wall reflects a core motivation for what we do.

Researchers and extension educators in the college take aim at the latest outbreak.

Taking on the rising problem of stormwater runoff.

Sachs to receive the Haynes Distinguished Lifetime Achievement in Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Award.

View from the North Halls side of the new building.

The Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering moves ahead on a new research facility.

Pollinators are declining rapidly throughout the world, and researchers are scrambling to figure out why.

Research into new ways to improve nutrient and water uptake in maize has the potential to increase crop yields and reduce world hunger.

Put your notebooks away, turn off your cell phones, and test your knowledge. Let’s see how much you remember with these questions from finals throughout the college.

Penn State engineers develop a “genetic circuit” and streamline a process.

A new app will improve food safety observations.

Messersmith appointed by Governor Wolf to participate on the Pennsylvania Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force.