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image of a butterfly New Program Draws Young Artists Into Science
Released November 16, 2012
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image of a touch screen game Teaching Tree-thinking Through Touch
Released June 4, 2012
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Nolan Doesken Colorado State University Volunteer Precipitation Network Honored with National Land-Grant Organization Award
Released May 25, 2012
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image of  the submarine robot Fetch Students Will Use Futuristic Technology to Dive Into the Past
Released November 7, 2011
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cyberchase logo Cyberchase, the PBS Math Series for Kids, Launches Extensive Multimedia Website
Released October 25, 2011
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image of a group of girls TPT National Productions Wins Daytime Emmy For PBS Series "SciGirls"
Released June 20, 2011
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Cyberchase Children Gain From Cross-Platform Learning
Released July 21, 2010
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Heidi Ballard Enlisting Volunteers Can Boost Confidence in Scientific Research
Released May 3, 2010
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A reconstruction of the newly discovered Triassic, carnivorous dinosaur, Tawa hallae. Newly Discovered Dinosaur Illuminates Ancient Lineage
Released December 10, 2009
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Photo of Neil deGrasse Tyson examining an unpolished man-made diamond, fresh out of the grower. Science Journalism Awards Announced
Released November 19, 2009
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Photo of musician Bobby McFerrin. "The Music Instinct" Wins International Recognition
Released October 26, 2009
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Photo of linguists with native speaker. "The Linguists" Premieres at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris
Released February 18, 2009
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Photo of a family at science museum. Learning Science in Informal Environments
Released January 14, 2009
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Photo of a student demonstrating a computer game she developed to another student. Real-World Lessons in Virtual World
Released August 27, 2008
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Photo of Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder, on display for the first time. Star Wars Exhibition Brings Reality to Fantasy
Released April 16, 2008
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Logo for "Nanotechnology: The Power of Small" television series Small is Big During NanoDays
Released April 1, 2008
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Young chemist working in lab NOVA Documentary About Percy Julian Wins AAAS Science Journalism Award
Released February 19, 2008
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Photo shows indigenous Bolivian men being interviewed by linguists. "The Linguists," Documenting Vanishing Voices, Premieres at Sundance
Released January 8, 2008
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photo portrait of physicist Albert Einstein Einstein Fellows Begin Year at National Science Foundation
Released September 7, 2007
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An edited image from the OSPaN telescope shows the relative size of Mercury compared to the sun. Mercury to Transit the Sun
Released November 1, 2006
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