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Jonathan Campbell, a meat specialist and a professor at Penn State, also advises sticking to steak instead of any beef that’s been ground up in a #burger. ‘Think of bacteria like pepper,’ he says. ‘If you pepper the outside of a steak and sear it on the grill, you’ll kill the bacteria. If you grind that meat, you’ll mix the pepper throughout all of the #meat.’
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That's why the cheeseburger came into existence, it's natures way of saying I'm sorry about the Poo.
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#PennState researchers say the next cool tech may actually be cool tech.
They say nanowires might be the key to creating personal cooling devices that can help firefighters, athletes, foundry workers and other people who just want to keep cool.
And another cool thing -- these devices are environmentally friendly.
"Most electrocaloric ceramic materials contain lead," said Qing Wang, professor of materials science and engineering. "We try not to use lead. Conventional cooling systems use coolants that can be environmentally problematic as well. Our nanowire array can cool without these problems."
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Firefighters entering burning buildings, athletes competing in the broiling sun and workers in foundries may eventually be able to carry their own, lightweight cooling units with them, thanks to a nanowire array that cools, according to Penn State materials researchers.
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"When we, as researchers, study organizations, or even when we study how managers look at employees, we see that businesses often assume that the relationship terminates when a person leaves the organization," said Sumita Raghuram, associate professor, human resource management, #PennState. "However, in our research, we extend the employment boundary outside of the organization. We believe that the relationship does not end there and you have to be mindful of the people who actually left the organization."
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Even though saying farewell to departing employees is a more frequent occurrence in today's high-turnover industries, researchers suggest that leaders should maintain good relationships with these workers as they exit.
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During the month of April, Science major Cassandra Darnell can be found setting up her honey bee boxes at Penn State Berks. For Darnell, the boxes are part of her ongoing independent study on the bees of Berks campus that she is completing as part of her degree. #PSU4Bees http://ow.ly/4n4FIL
During the month of April, science major Cassandra Darnell can be found setting up her honey bee boxes at Penn State Berks. For Darnell, the boxes are part of an ongoing independent study she is completing for her degree about the bees on the Berks campus. The bees will also provide benefits to the campus as pollinators.
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Jeremy Dennis, a master of fine arts candidate in the Penn State School of Visual Arts, is one of 10 recipients of a 2016–17 $10,000 Dreamstarter grant for his art-based photography project, “On This Site,” which aims to preserve and create awareness of culturally significant Native American locations on Long Island, New York. http://ow.ly/4navTQ
Jeremy Dennis, a master of fine arts candidate in the Penn State School of Visual Arts, is one of 10 recipients of a 2016–17 $10,000 Dreamstarter grant for his art-based photography project, “On This Site,” which aims to preserve and create awareness of culturally significant Native American locations on Long Island, New York.
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A Penn State Abington #entrepreneur's solution to one of life's knottiest problems, tangled #earbuds, took him to the White House this month where he shared Rap-It-Up with the president and connected with other young inventors. http://ow.ly/4n6IuA
A Penn State Abington entrepreneur's solution to one of life's knottiest problems, tangled earbuds, took him to the White House Science Fair this month where he shared Rap-It-Up with the president and connected with other young inventors. Don't miss his interview on CBS Philly.
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Penn State McCourtney Institute for Democracy Managing Director Christopher Beem wrote an op-ed for Fortune Magazine this past weekend on "Why it's time for Bernie Sanders to support Hillary Clinton. Read an excerpt in Penn State's Research Behind the Race blog: http://ow.ly/4nkFRw
Election 2016: Research Behind the Race. The Penn State community includes a wide range of faculty members and researchers who contribute to an open, public dialogue on important political issues across the state, nation and world. Opinions expressed and research found on this site represent ...
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Reeeeeeally disappointing to see my alma mater peddling this.
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“Being the best in the nation is pretty amazing, and the fact that we’ve done this five years in a row is unprecedented.”
-- Penn State #Meteorology student Matthew Brown
Penn State students learn forecasting techniques in specially designed meteorology course and apply their skills in national competition. http://ow.ly/4njONg
For the fifth year in a row, Penn State students ousted more than 2,000 competitors in the national collegiate weather forecasting contest known as Wx Challenge. In the contest, students forecast weather in 10 different U.S. cities across two semesters. The Penn State students leveraged a meteorology course for their success.
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The Physical and Mathematical Sciences (PAMS) Library at Penn State recently welcomed its 2 millionth visitor since May 2004, when the Mathematics Library and Physical Sciences Library closed, merged and partially reopened in PAMS' current second floor Davey Lab location. The official dedication took place in August 2005. Pattee and Paterno Libraries are now offering end-of-the-semester expanded hours.
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#PennState researchers report that a deep voice is a sign of mating success, and also that men with deeper voices may be more likely to have more than one sexual partners.
According to the researchers, as males evolve to become more monogamous, there was not as much difference between male and female voices.
However, they found when mating competition intensifies and men are more polygamous, low, deep voices signaled a male’s condition to rivals and potential mates, and augmented their mating success.
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Sometimes science comes along and flips the world on its head, bringing to light new and astonishing conclusions which change the way you think about your
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#ThrowbackThursday at Penn State: This photograph, taken between 1892 and 1923, shows the original Old Willow, with Old Main in the background. The willow stood along the main driveway of the front campus entrance (on today’s Allen Street mall, across from Sackett Building). A Penn State historical marker marks the location today.
Image: Penn State University Archives
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Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, is being used in many Penn State projects, including printing replacement parts for toys, making lifelike decoys of forest pests, and creating affordable prosthetic hands for survivors of the civil war in Sierra Leone.
To learn about Penn State’s Center for Innovative Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D), visit: http://ow.ly/4naqOY #PennState #research #ResearchMatters
Additive manufacturing, sometimes known as 3D printing, is exactly what it sounds like. Working from a computer-generated 3D model, a “printer” puts down layer after layer of plastic or…
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Lucas Fabian Hackl
3 weeks ago
Great place if you want to do research in gravity: I'm a graduate student in the gravity group and believe that it was a great choice to come here. Beside the excellent research, State College is a nice town (maybe a bit small) and has almost everything one can wish for - due to its size everything is also nearby. The Penn State Campus is really pretty and sometimes I just go to the Aboretum to think about my research.
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John O'Donald
a month ago
Big university in a small town, plenty of opportunities and resources for everyone. If you take full advantage and get involved it will certainly be an unforgettable experience. The university gets smaller the more you join clubs and activities and make them your own.
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Jennifer Massenburg
4 months ago
As a alumni, Penn State taught me some great life lesson. I received a great education and life long sisters. T pi. WE ARE PENN STATE.
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Alec Bittner
5 months ago
Penn State has a lovely campus to walk around and sightsee. I am a PSU alumni and really enjoyed my time as a Penn State student. I just wish it didn't cost so much.
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Nicolas Carbo
2 weeks ago
Great school, intelligent and helpful staff. Great parties, nothing beats state college on game day! WE ARE!
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Robson Machado
7 months ago
As a grad student at the Food Science Department I could not be happier. I cannot talk for the maybe hundreds of other departments, but at lease in our dept and as far as I know in the College of Agriculture, most people are happy with their programs. And then we have State College... awesome city to live if you like small cities...
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Juan Gaviria
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Great school! They call it happy valley for a reason
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You get what you give. There are a lot of opportunities for those who decide to work for them. Once you get in your major the classes are smaller. Summer classes are always smaller, class sizes can be as small as 8 students. If you need help in a subject, take a summer course.