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strings of blue bubbles National Science Foundation and NBC Learn Release New 'Science Behind The News' Videos
Released February 27, 2013
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map of gang territories in the Los Angeles area Math Helps Detect Gang-related Crime and Better Allocate Police Resources
Released February 14, 2013
News From the Field
epithelial cells Cells "Flock" to Heal Wounds
Released January 23, 2013
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mathematics graphic Impaired Coordination of Brain Activity in Autism Involves Local, As Well As Long-range, Signaling
Released January 14, 2013
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image of Hindu goddess Math Formula Gives New Glimpse Into the Magical Mind of Ramanujan
Released December 11, 2012
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image of an African dog Persistence or Extinction: Through a Mathematical Lens
Released November 12, 2012
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a cylinder sculpted into a triangular shape Erosion Has a Point--and an Edge, NYU Researchers Find
Released November 12, 2012
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Photo of curve-crease sculpture called Green Balance, created by Erik and Martin Demaine. Computer Scientist Turned Artist
Released October 25, 2012
Discovery
Image showing ethernet cables, ports and switches. NSF Invests $50 Million in Research to Secure Our Nation's Cyberspace
Released September 25, 2012
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Photo of Fleming Crim. National Science Foundation Selects University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor F. Fleming Crim to Head Mathematical & Physical Sciences Directorate
Released September 25, 2012
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Stephen Levene and Massa Shoura Scientists Use Light to "Tag and Track" Genetic Processes
Released August 13, 2012
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News thumbnail of bubble diagram Tiny Bubbles Snap Carbon Nanotubes Like Twigs
Released July 9, 2012
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Michael Maroun and Michel Lapidus UC-Riverside Graduate Student Gets Rare Opportunity to Consort With Nobel Laureates
Released June 25, 2012
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Katherine Pollard Consortium of Scientists Maps the Human Body's Bacterial Ecosystem
Released June 13, 2012
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a side-by-side comparison of mirrors Driving Without a Blind Spot May Be Closer Than It Appears
Released June 7, 2012
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math graphic Predicting Burglary Patterns Through Math Modeling of Crime
Released May 31, 2012
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a matter wave hitting a Schrodinger's hat Mathematicians Can Conjure Matter Waves Inside an Invisible Hat
Released May 29, 2012
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clot-forming cells Math Predicts Size of Clot-forming Cells
Released May 25, 2012
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math graphic New Report Highlights the Role of Math and Computational Science in Industrial Innovation
Released May 21, 2012
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image of graduates Graduation Year Drives Facebook Connections for College Grads
Released April 30, 2012
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math graphic Pitt Researchers Link Neural Variability to Short-term Memory and Decision Making
Released April 2, 2012
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Hurricane Ike visualization created by Texas Advanced Computing Center supercomputer Ranger. NSF Leads Federal Efforts In Big Data
Released March 29, 2012
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University of Utah mathematicians Math Can Save Acetaminophen Overdose Patients
Released February 27, 2012
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image of paper bugs Hovering Not Hard if You're Top-heavy, NYU Researchers Find
Released February 10, 2012
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math graphic Future Prostate Cancer Treatments Might Be Guided by Math
Released November 21, 2011
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math graphic Pitt Researchers Using Mathematics to Target Parkinson's Disease Symptoms
Released November 8, 2011
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math graphic Fighting Violent Gang Crime With Math
Released October 31, 2011
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topological insulator Rice Physicists Move One Step Closer to Quantum Computer
Released October 4, 2011
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Surajit Sen Research Outlines Math Framework That Could Help Convert 'Junk' Energy Into Useful Power
Released July 20, 2011
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a student writes equations on blackboard This Game Leaves Student Researchers Little Time for Play
Released June 29, 2011
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