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New Formulas

Welcome to the New Formulas page at NSF! The Research on Gender in Science and Engineering Program (GSE) introduces the New Formulas Series of free publications, including:

New Formulas for America’s Workforce: Girls in Science and Engineering (NSF 03-207). The original compilation of NSF grant awards made from 1993 through mid-2002 by the GSE program.

New Formulas for America’s Workforce 2: Girls in Science and Engineering (NSF 06-60). NSF’s investment in projects to improve the representation of girls and women in the sciences, mathematics, engineering and technology, from mid-2002 through 2005.

New Tools for America’s Workforce: Girls in Science and Engineering (NSF 06-59). New Tools catalogs a wide variety of products from NSF-funded projects to help teachers, employers, policymakers, and parents foster gender diversity in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

New Formulas for America’s Workforce Poster (NSF-06-12), a colorful 24" by 36" poster promoting this series of products, is also available for order. Single copies and multiple copies are available now.

Most NSF publications may be retrieved electronically by publication number at www.nsf.gov/publications/ods/. NSF publications are also available in print. To request one or more print publications, you may:

  • Fill out our web-based order form.
  • Contact NSF Publications at (703) 292-PUBS (7827).
  • Send a letter with the publication number(s) clearly stated to: NSF Publications, National Science Foundation, Suite P-60, Arlington, VA 22230


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