Since 1924, we have been educating and supporting scientists throughout Pennsylvania by striving to promote science, technology, education and the diverse interests of our members. We are the Pennsylvania’s vital and valuable resource for Pennsylvania science professionals, faculty and students.
The Pennsylvania Academy of Science seeks to:
The Pennsylvania Academy of Science is seeking proposals for the next book in the PAS Book Series. The PAS Book Series is supported by the E. Willard and Ruby S. Miller Book Fund and is intended to publish books in support of PAS’s mission:
The goals of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science’s Book Series are to publish books that promote scientific research, stimulate the exchange of ideas among those engaged in scientific work, and assist in the development and distribution of information relating to science and science education, especially in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Proposals should include a summary of the proposed book’s content, a tentative title, names and affiliations of editors, and a list of possible chapters and chapter authors. Please contact the PAS Book Editor with any questions or to submit a proposal for a book: Howard Whidden ([email protected]). Please submit proposals by 31 March 2017 so they can be discussed at the 2017 annual meeting.
The Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences has published Volume 90, issue 2 of the Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science containing the following research articles:
PROBING THE UTILITY OF ISOXAZOLINES AS QUORUM SENSING INHIBITORS OF GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA JESSICA R. KUEHNE, CONNOR M. LINK, IVONNE N. SCHNEIDER, AMY M. DANOWITZ
THE INFLUENCE OF SHIFTED SPECTRAL SENSITIVITIES ON PREDATOR DETECTION ABILITY OF LAKE MALAWI AFRICAN CICHLIDS KELLY M. HANSON AND BRIDGETTE E. HAGERTY
DETECTION OF BORRELIA BURGDORFERI AND BORRELIA MIYAMOTOI IN WHITE- FOOTED MICE, PEROMYSCUS LEUCOPUS, AND BLACKLEGGED TICKS, IXODES SCAPULARIS, IN MONROE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, A LYME ENDEMIC REGION MEAGHAN BIRD AND JANE E. HUFFMAN
CONJUGATIVE COMPETENCY OF MERCURY RESISTANT BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM ONONDAGA LAKE, NY COLLEEN WALSH AND LAURIE F. CASLAKE
TICKS OF BLACK BEARS (URSUS AMERICANUS) FROM NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND TICK-BORNE PATHOGENS ELIZABETH MCGOVERN, J. MISCHLER, M. BIRD, AND J. HUFFMAN
The 2017 Newsletter is now available for download.