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Student working on a circuit board NSF awards $12 million to spur an engineering education revolution
Released June 15, 2015
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students working on computer Innovators come to Capitol Hill to share creative solutions to real-world problems
Released June 15, 2015
Media Advisory
the White House Science, math, and engineering mentors to receive Presidential awards
Released June 15, 2015
Media Advisory
clumps of bacteria and iron plaque forming Microbe mobilizes 'iron shield' to block arsenic uptake in rice
Released June 15, 2015
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Stefan H. Bossmann and Deryl L. Troyer Patent awarded to K-State University preclinical cancer detection test platform
Released June 15, 2015
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radioactive iodine-125 atoms on a gold surface Scientists are first to see elements transform at atomic scale
Released June 15, 2015
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Ryan Shenvi Chemists find efficient, scalable way to synthesize potential brain-protecting compound
Released June 15, 2015
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a species of marine centric diatom Genetic switch lets marine diatoms do less work at higher CO2
Released June 15, 2015
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Young Duck Kim and Prof. James Hone World's thinnest lightbulb--graphene gets bright!
Released June 15, 2015
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a swarm of army ants Underground ants can't take the heat
Released June 15, 2015
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a single ephrya split into 3 and 5-armed sections Injured jellyfish seek to regain symmetry
Released June 15, 2015
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the gecko-like gripper Penn researchers develop a new type of gecko-like gripper
Released June 15, 2015
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Saturn's north polar vortex Small thunderstorms may add up to massive cyclones on Saturn
Released June 15, 2015
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coronal mass ejection hurling plasma from the sun Researchers correlate rheumatoid arthritis and giant cell arteritis with solar cycles
Released June 15, 2015
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chemistry graphic A new way to image surfaces on the nanoscale
Released June 15, 2015
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3-D printer making NSF logo New paths to innovation and learning through DIY technologies
Released June 12, 2015
Press Release
the Automated Radio Telemetry System on a sloth We are entering a 'golden age' of animal tracking
Released June 12, 2015
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screenshot of skyrmions Argonne scientists announce first room-temperature, magnetic skyrmion bubbles
Released June 12, 2015
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two stone tool points and a bone point or needle Stone tools from Jordan point to dawn of division of labor
Released June 12, 2015
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a water plant TAML catalysts safely and effectively remove estrogenic compounds from wastewater
Released June 12, 2015
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Nest thermostat How a new cloud computing system could turn anyone into a tech entrepreneur
Released June 12, 2015
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Tim McNamara adjusting virtual reality headset Virtual reality sheds new light on how we navigate in the dark
Released June 11, 2015
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a setting sun Variations in atmospheric oxygen levels shaped Earth's climate through the ages
Released June 11, 2015
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Henry Sauermann Study examines 'joiners' who help make startups successful
Released June 11, 2015
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closeup of a hawkmoth How the hawkmoth sees, hovers and tracks flowers in the dark
Released June 11, 2015
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biology graphic Serotonin receptor is involved in eczema and other itch conditions
Released June 11, 2015
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a gas of sodium potassium (NaK) molecules MIT team creates ultracold molecules
Released June 10, 2015
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tunable window tintings University of Cincinnati, industry partners develop low-cost, 'tunable' window tintings
Released June 10, 2015
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Erik Snowberg Behavior matters: Redesigning the clinical trial
Released June 10, 2015
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microscopic view of beach water New tool better protects beachgoers from harmful bacteria levels
Released June 10, 2015
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