Sorting Cells with Sound Waves
Researchers from MIT, Pennsylvania State University, and Carnegie Mellon University have devised a new way to separate cells by exposing them to sound waves as they flow through a tiny channel.
The York Daily Record
Manufacturers' Association names new executive director
Palisin joins the York-based non-profit from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, where he was ombudsman to the manufacturing and life sciences industries.
The Citizens' Voice
Penn State president skeptical of salary information requests
Bringing academic salary information under the state Right to Know Law could end up making payroll costs more expensive, Pennsylvania State University's new president said Monday.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Erie Times News
Penn St. ex-officials' case moves along under seal
The criminal case against three former Pennsylvania State University administrators has been conducted under strict court secrecy for the past six months, with the judge sealing all filings -- including a news organization's effort to force them into the open.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Erie Times News
5 questions with Dave Blazek
Dave Blazek nurtured a sense of humor growing up, but it wasn't until he joined the staff of Cathedral Preparatory School's student newspaper that he found a mass outlet for it.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
New state law requires school coaches to report suspected abuse
School coaches will be required to report suspected child abuse under a new state law drafted in the wake of the 2011 Penn State sex abuse scandal.
The Orlando Sentinel
Todd Allen Long performs in cabaret at Winter Park Playhouse
Todd Allen Long performs this Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 27-28, in the Winter Park Playhouse Spotlight Cabaret Series with his new solo show "How Did I Get Here?" Long was born and raised in Hershey , Pa.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Clubs launched to combat mental illness
BRYN MAWR The DMAX Foundation, started by a Main Line family to fight the stigma surrounding mental illness, will begin launching clubs at colleges this fall.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Editor & Publisher
Brad Bailey Named Associate Publisher of Pocono Mountains Media Group
Joe Vanderhoof, president and publisher of the Pocono Mountains Media Group, announced today that Brad Bailey has been named associate publisher of the Pocono Record and all properties under the umbrella of the Pocono Mountains Media Group.
Don't Miss Meals with Kids
NEW YORK: If you want your kids to grow up healthy, make it a point not to miss dinner time with them.
Spot ET's waste heat for chance to find alien life
RATHER than searching for aliens phoning home, scientists are looking for signs of the homes themselves.
NASA To Air Panel Discussion About Ancient Earth And Habitable Planets
NASA Television will live broadcast a discussion Wednesday, Aug. 20, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. EDT, with leading science experts describing what is known about our ancient Earth and how that information can guide the search for habitable planets orbiting other stars.
Bored of sex life? Mix love to it
According to an interesting study, love and commitment can make sex physically more satisfying for many women.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Erie Times News
Shipwrecks, Erie area communities to benefit from latest round of grants
Lake Erie shipwrecks, a Harborcreek park and Presque Isle pontoon boats will benefit from grants awarded to restore and protect the lake's coastline.
Health News Digest
Stem Cells Reveal How Illness-Linked Genetic Variation Affects Neurons
A genetic variation linked to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and severe depression wreaks havoc on connections among neurons in the developing brain, a team of researchers reports.
Childhood neglect may turn boys into violent adults
Examples of physical neglect include not taking a sick or injured child to the doctor, improperly clothing a child and not feeding a child.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
American Library Association
Eyeing the New Diversity
Workplace diversity management in our field has primarily focused on increasing the number of underrepresented populations among our ranks.
New Vice President of Digital Engagement Brings Thirty Years of Industry Experience to FIRSTA
FIRST A , a not-for-profit organization founded by inventor Dean Kamen to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology, announced Mark Greenlaw as Vice President of Digital Engagement.
UConn Joins Folger Institute Consortium
The University of Connecticut has been invited to join the Folger Institute's consortium of more than 40 college and university members.
Medical News Today
New methods to predict gene and protein functions lead to significant advance in malaria research
Researchers led by Baylor College of Medicine have developed a new computational method to study the function of disease-causing genes, starting with an important new discovery about a gene associated with malaria - one of the biggest global health burdens.