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a perovskite crystal bends and twists Stanford scientists improve perovskite solar-cell absorbers by giving them a squeeze
Released April 6, 2016
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common green microalga Enzyme discovery leads scientists further down path to pumping oil from plants
Released April 6, 2016
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the massive galaxy NGC 1600 Supermassive black holes may be lurking everywhere in the universe
Released April 6, 2016
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low-frequency gravitational waves Gravitational wave search provides insights into galaxy evolutions and mergers
Released April 5, 2016
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a specimen of Lystrosaurus Live fast, die young
Released April 5, 2016
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pollen on the stigma of Hibiscus moscheutos Small but not forgotten: New ideas on pollen's ecology and evolution
Released April 5, 2016
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image of chocolate bonbons being made How crispy is your bonbon?
Released April 4, 2016
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Energy-interference-free Debugger Hardware and software debugging tools created for intermittently powered energy-harvesting devices
Released April 4, 2016
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a small molecule named coralyne UGA researchers use single molecule of DNA to create world’s smallest diode
Released April 4, 2016
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a close-up view of coral polyps Can corals keep up with ocean acidification?
Released April 4, 2016
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coral reefs UOG scientists seek genetic reasons for coral reef survival
Released April 4, 2016
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two differently sized upper leg bones Fossil discovery suggests size poor predictor of maturity in ancient reptiles
Released April 4, 2016
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Waller Creek flood plain Saving lives through real-time flood forecasting
Released April 4, 2016
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a male Broadbill Researchers document how broadbills make loud wing song
Released April 4, 2016
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wrist sensor Computational behavioral science develops tools, methods to reach children with autism
Released April 4, 2016
Science Nation
Trinity Lake dried out California drought patterns becoming more common
Released April 1, 2016
Press Release
woman holding a piece of hardware Report: U.S. institutions awarded most doctorates ever recorded in 2014
Released April 1, 2016
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breast cancer cells NYU Tandon researcher synthesizes hybrid molecule that delivers a blow to malignant cells
Released April 1, 2016
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a mouse model Seeing cell to cell differences for first time explains symptoms of rare genetic disorders
Released April 1, 2016
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California's Trinity Lake Rise of the ridiculously resilient ridge: California drought patterns becoming more common
Released April 1, 2016
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headshot of NSF director Statement from NSF Director on LIGO-India MOU
Released March 31, 2016
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tool allows researchers to navigate the CRISPR PAM New tools allow rapid ID of CRISPIR-Cas system PAMs
Released March 31, 2016
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image of the disk around the young star TW Hydrae Planet formation in Earth-like orbit around a young star
Released March 31, 2016
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silicon oxycarbide Kansas State University engineer builds paperlike battery electrode with glass-ceramic
Released March 31, 2016
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craters on Mars Mile-high Mars mounds built by wind and climate change
Released March 31, 2016
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earth and environment graphic Researchers reproduce mechanism of slow earthquakes
Released March 31, 2016
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Students in a lab Nanoscale solutions to a very large problem
Released March 31, 2016
Discovery
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory NSF awards $35 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to continue operating IceCube Neutrino Observatory
Released March 30, 2016
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comic showing various characters and the text genration nano small science superheroes Super small science competition announces student finalists
Released March 30, 2016
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woman looking through a microscope Number of science and engineering graduate students up in 2014
Released March 30, 2016
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