Experimental biomass harvest is a step toward a sustainable, biofuel-powered future.
Students in the College of Agricultural Sciences who are candidates for a graduate degree in rural sociology and have exhibited academic excellence are eligible for the fellowship.
Researchers receive $10.2 million to create "eave tubes" that kill mosquitoes and protect homeowners from malaria.
New graduate housing will bolster fruit research.
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.
A GPS study tracks deer damage to forests.
Calvin DuBrock, retired director of the Pennsylvania Game Commission's Bureau of Wildlife Management, has been named the Goddard Chair in Forestry and Environmental Resource Conservation in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
So you think you know agriculture and the college? Think again!
A new blood test can save dairy farmers time and money by indicating whether or not their cows are carrying embryos.
On March 7, more than 6,000 people from 157 countries logged onto their computers to learn about dairy production and management as part of the college's latest massive open online course (MOOC).
In what has been considered a man's career field, Devon Carroll enjoys being the only female turfgrass science major at Penn State University Park.
Thomas and Sandra Spring, of Home, Pa., have given $500,000 in appreciated securities to endow the Thomas and Sandra Spring Scholarship in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
We're building new labs, offices, conference rooms, classrooms, collaborative spaces, and common areas where students and faculty can meet, work, and be inspired to do great things.
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.
Carolee Bull named head of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology.
As the climate changes, brook trout and anglers will be forced to move north to cooler streams.
RAIN Grants Help Entrepreneurship Take Flight.