Is it in the stars? IUP’s planetarium marks its 50th year as the nation awaits what some call the celestial event of the century.
While working with growth hormone 30 years ago, John Kopchick made a small mouse rather than a large one. His unexpected find has helped people with a rare condition, and it may have the potential to do more.
Lyme disease, an infectious illness spread by ticks, is on the rise from Maine to Minnesota.
The IUP Alumni Association recently honored seven graduates with its highest award.
Faculty members suggest good reads for summer.
Visit some former Indiana establishments that were popular with college students from the 1940s through the 1990s.
COVER: John Kopchick with a computerized model of the molecule used to develop the drug Somavert. At far left in white, red, and blue is the amino acid that makes the molecule suppress growth rather than enhance it. Photograph by Keith Boyer
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