The Latest from WPSU

Eric Barron and guests on the set of Digging Deeper
Digging Deeper

Winemaking

Posted on March 26, 2017

President Barron and Penn State experts discuss the fundamentals of growing grapes and making wine in Pennsylvania. Continue »

 

woman looking at technical software on computer screen
SciTech Now

Episode 318

Posted on March 24, 2017

Meet a woman with a hacker mentality who wants more people to learn the international language of math. Also, a Penn State professor and entrepreneur with a vision of a wireless world using both science and art, and more. Continue »

 

Downtown Curwensville
Our Town

Curwensville

Posted on March 21, 2017

WPSU is seeking stories about Curwensville and the surrounding areas. Join your neighbors to plan the project with WPSU. No experience required, just enthusiasm! Continue »

 

Host Lindsey Fenton and guests on the set of Conversations Live
Conversations Live

Resilience

Posted on March 20, 2017

Our panel of experts discuss the latest techniques for developing resilience and keeping you on track toward your goals. They also take your questions. Continue »

 

Professor Gong Chen, the Verne Willaman Chair of Life Sciences at Penn State
Take Note

The Latest In Brain-Repair Research

Posted on March 17, 2017

When the brain is harmed by injury or disease, neurons die or degenerate. A Penn State researcher has developed an innovative technology for regenerating functional neurons—-that may help victims of traumatic brain injuries, Alzheimer’s disease and other neurologic disorders. Continue »

 

Cover of Moonglow and reviewer Vicka Pevzner
WPSU's BookMark

“Moonglow” by Michael Chabon

Posted on March 9, 2017

I don’t just read a book. I develop a relationship with the author. If I love the book, I fall in love with its writer. From that point on this author is a part of my life, and I wait impatiently for his next book. Continue »

 

snow boarder sitting down at top of ski slope
SciTech Now

Episode 317

Posted on March 3, 2017

Local ski slopes need to make snow to survive but you need more than cold air and water to keep the mountains white.  SciTech Now takes a look at the atmospheric conditions needed to produce the best powder. Plus the science behind spicy foods. Continue »

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