SciTech Now captures the latest breakthroughs in science and technology.
Take a walk in one of Pennsylvania’s most diverse habitats. The bog at Black Moshannon State park is home to three unique carnivores, and that’s just the plants.
SciTech Now takes a look at the atmospheric conditions needed to produce the best powder on the ski slopes.
Learn how our bone density has changed over human history as our lifestyles have become less physically demanding.
Learn about precise 3D images created by using the destructive power of a laser.
Long forgotten, a wood collection at Penn State is getting a second look. Now, one professor is dedicating his time to organizing it and unlocking its secrets to help advance science.
Take a look at the latest advances in the science of 2D technology coming from Penn State University.
SciTech Now visits two local coffee shops to learn more about the science behind one of the most popular beverages in the world.
Dive deep into the world of Pennsylvania Elk. Learn about how the Elk population was decimated by over-hunting, then restored by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
The “Great Insect Fair” at Penn State is a great way to explore the natural world and learn about the role bugs play in the ecosystem and the food chain.
Science on the slopes. A pair of Pennsylvania inventors turned a failed middle school science project into a growing business.
The United States Military is taking a major interest in 3D printing and a lab at Penn State is playing a major role in the progress.
There is more to grass than sunshine and soil. See how Penn State scientists are studying turf to improve performance and keep athletes safe.
METRONOME features local performing artists and groups from a variety of genres playing in their own environments throughout Central Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Makers features local artists showcasing their unique talent and creativity.
Women In Science Profiles (WiSci Files) features local women with careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
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