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Typical woodblock in hardwood tree, tunneling by worm-like beetle larva, and adult beetle emerging through wormhole

Wormholes from Centuries-Old Art Prints Reveal the History of the "Worms" — Eberly College of Science

Wormholes in old books preserve a history of insects, discovermagazine.com

Wormholes in old books preserve a history of insects : Not Exactly Rocket Science --- wormholes in old woodcut illustrations are trace fossils that reveal distribution of beetle species in Renaissance Europe

Pittsburgh native Michael Bartolomucci, now a senior, is currently the president of the Adult Learners of Penn State student organization.  ...

Pittsburgh native Michael Bartolomucci, now a senior, is currently the president of the Adult Learners of Penn State student organization.

Adult day services for dementia patients provide stress relief to caregivers

Family caregivers of older adults with dementia are less stressed and their moods are improved on days when dementia patients receive adult day services (ADS), according to Penn State researchers.

Upgraded Hobby-Eberly Telescope Sees First Light | McDonald Observatory

Upgraded Hobby-Eberly Telescope Sees First Light

Tiny spider that builds 400% larger decoy sculptures of itself discovered at Tambopata Research Center in Peru. Holy crap.

New Species of 'Decoy' Spider Likely Discovered At Tambopata Research Center

A tiny, recently discovered spider species constructs large, realistic-looking decoy spiders to scare off potential predators!

This image illustrates an antiviral drug causing adverse effects. The skull and crossbones, which represent the antiviral drug, illustrate that the drug gets not only into the viral RNA, but also into the healthy mitochondrial RNA, causing side effects and problems. Credit: Craig Cameron lab, Penn State University

Hepatitis C Treatment's Side Effects Can Now Be Studied in the Lab — Eberly College of Science

A miniaturized ultrasonic device capable of capturing and moving single cells and tiny living creatures is compared to a U.S. dime. Credit: Xiaoyun Ding, Stephen J. Benkovic, and Tony Jun Huang, Penn State University.

A miniaturized ultrasonic device capable of capturing and moving single cells and tiny living creatures is compared to a U. Credit: Xiaoyun Ding, Stephen J. Benkovic, and Tony Jun Huang, Penn State University.

Contagion: A Brief History Of Malaria, Leprosy, and Smallpox Infographic

LIVESTOCK AND PUBLIC HEALTH: Infographic map showing where the major epidemics of smallpox, malaria and leprosy started, and how they moved across the world (map by Haisam Hussein, published in Lapham's Quartlery,

Penn State Team Wins Department of Energy Poster Competition

Penn State Team Wins Department of Energy Poster Competition — Eberly College of Science

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