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honey bees on a honeycomb

a honeycomb built by honey bees

Honey bees are the subject of a new Penn State study to determine best practices for the organic beekeeping industry.

honey bees on a honeycomb

In pursuit of the best practices for the organic beekeeping industry

Dr. Brenna Traver is part of a team of Penn State scientists comparing different honey bee management systems on the largest scale ever undertaken to help alleviate colony losses.
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Penn State’s NSF I-Corps program seeks applications by Sept. 15 and Oct. 15

The National Science Foundation has joined in supporting Penn State’s goal of taking more of its discoveries to market by awarding Penn State a five-year, $500,000 Innovation Corps (I-Corps) grant to establish the Invent Penn State I-Corps Site in collaboration with Ben Franklin Technology Partner’s TechCelerator, Happy Valley LaunchBox, and Invent Penn State’s Innovation Hubs.
Dr. Cantalupo sits in his eclectic office speaking to a student

One Place Does Not Exclude the Other

Place is important to Dr. Charles Cantalupo's life and work.
Schuylkill campus student Alyssa marks a square meter of their research transect using a meter long stick as she prepares to count saplings and seedlings.

Schuylkill campus trio conduct environmental research in Costa Rica

A trio of Schuylkill campus students ventured to Costa Rica with the CHANCE program -- Connecting Humans and Nature through Conservation Experiences -- conducting research on hummingbirds' songs and riparian forests.
Schuylkill campus student Alyssa marks a square meter of their research transect using a meter long stick as she prepares to count saplings and seedlings.

Alyssa uses meter long stick

Schuylkill campus student Alyssa marks a square meter of their research transect using a meter long stick as she prepares to count saplings and seedlings.

Schuylkill campus student Alyssa marks a square meter of their research transect using a meter long stick as she prepares to count saplings and seedlings.

Schuylkill campus trio conduct environmental research in Costa Rica

The CHANCE program: Connecting Humans and Nature through Conservation Experiences
This peculiar Costa Rican tree grows with its roots above ground.

Above-ground tree roots

This peculiar Costa Rican tree grows with its roots above ground.

Penn State students cross a suspension bridge as they descend into the Costa Rican jungle.

Orange dart frog

Penn State students cross a suspension bridge as they descend into the Costa Rican jungle.

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