Physics professor Greg Kenning developed a technology, only atoms thick, that measures perishability of foods and other products.
An app Ryan Brannon developed with other students uses a game-like approach to target addiction in teens and young adults.
In spite of falling short in the national championship game, the men’s basketball team savored a mountaintop view few ever behold.
A hotel under construction next to the Kovalchick Complex is expected to boost IUP’s already hefty economic impact on the region and state.
Seven recipients were honored in April with Distinguished Alumni Awards at a gala sponsored by the IUP Alumni Association.
Faculty members reflect on the major motion picture they feel that has done the most to promote interest in their respective fields.
Physics professor Greg Kenning holds silicon strips with the electronic time-temperature indicator he developed adhered to them. Atomic in scale, the electronic TTI is designed to be attached to food containers, such as milk cartons, to monitor how the food ages, even as it experiences temperature changes. Photograph by Keith Boyer
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