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Bruce Weinberg Young women in STEM fields earn up to one-third less than men
Released May 10, 2016
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Lauren Cohen New study exposes growing problem of patent aggregators and negative impact on innovation
Released April 28, 2016
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woman looking out of the window The profound power of loneliness
Released February 3, 2016
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2 adults, a baby and a robot UW roboticists learn to teach robots from babies
Released December 1, 2015
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graph showing forest cover in Mato Grosso, Brazil Large landowners key to slowing deforestation in Brazil
Released November 9, 2015
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illustration of DNA with dollar signs Firms 'underinvest' in long-term cancer research
Released July 28, 2015
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an example of gaze shifting Babies' brains show that social skills linked to second language learning
Released July 27, 2015
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people and society graphic Bilinguals of 2 spoken languages have more gray matter than monolinguals
Released July 16, 2015
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Baby in brain scanner Mental word practice
Released July 8, 2015
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Henry Sauermann Study examines 'joiners' who help make startups successful
Released June 11, 2015
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Alessandro Flammini Like Sleeping Beauty, some research lies dormant for decades, IU study finds
Released May 25, 2015
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mice in two different size chambers Penn researchers show that mental 'map' and 'compass' are two separate systems
Released May 18, 2015
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Jamil Bhanji (left) and Mauricio Delgado Reacting to personal setbacks: Do you bounce back or give up?
Released September 8, 2014
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a year-old baby sits in a brain scanner Months before their first words, babies' brains rehearse speech mechanics
Released July 14, 2014
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Image of glial cells in a mouse brain The beautiful brain cells you don't know about
Released June 3, 2014
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Generic News Image Analysis: Industry-sponsored academic inventions spur increased innovation
Released March 19, 2014
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neuron networks in the brain In the brain, the number of neurons in a network may not matter
Released February 3, 2014
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image of the full patent map New patent mapping system helps find innovation pathways
Released January 14, 2014
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people and society graphic Babbling babies--responding to one-on-one 'baby talk'--master more words
Released January 6, 2014
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CoolClimate map of New York City Suburban sprawl cancels carbon footprint savings of dense urban cores
Released January 6, 2014
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people and society graphic Carnegie Mellon and Temple researchers offer fresh perspective to improve learning by taming instructional complexity
Released November 21, 2013
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people and society graphic How poverty molds the brain
Released October 29, 2013
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TED Talks logo Academics Earn Street Cred With TED Talks But No Points From Peers, IU Research Shows
Released June 18, 2013
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people and society graphic Brain Anatomy of Dyslexia Is Not the Same in Men and Women, Boys and Girls
Released May 8, 2013
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Photo of a child holding two puzzle pieces. Puzzle Play Improves Math Skills
Released February 16, 2012
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Image of a young woman being prepared by a researcher for a brain imaging system. Gallaudet University Opens New Brain and Language Laboratory
Released December 12, 2011
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Jasleen Kaur After 25 Years, Sustainability Is a Growing Science That's Here to Stay
Released November 21, 2011
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Image of two young children playing with balls. Big, Little, Tall and Tiny: Words That Promote Important Spatial Skills
Released November 9, 2011
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image of a brain cap Mind Reading Computer System May Help People With Locked-in Syndrome
Released October 17, 2011
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a baby wearing an EEG cap Bilingual Babies' Vocabulary Linked to Early Brain Differentiation
Released August 29, 2011
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