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parent and child using the Lookit website Families contribute to research via browser and webcam
Released June 17, 2014
News From the Field
Young museum visitors use a paint set of acids and bases to learn about pH. Learning through making
Released June 17, 2014
Discovery
nanocage with tetrahedral symmetry Design of self-assembling protein nanomachines starts to click
Released June 4, 2014
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education graphic Rensselaer researchers predict the electrical response of metals to extreme pressures
Released June 2, 2014
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assistant professor Sara Brownell with colleagues ASU researcher leads national effort to transform undergraduate biology education
Released June 2, 2014
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 free-floating hydrogel (2.6 cm in length) moving New method of wormlike motion lets gels wiggle through water
Released May 30, 2014
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engineering graphic First 12 manufacturing communities through the investing in manufacturing communities partnership program announced
Released May 28, 2014
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Abigail Doyle A faster track to the tools that track disease
Released May 21, 2014
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Hippocampus cells Artificial brains learn to adapt
Released May 15, 2014
Discovery
flexible electronics changing its shape UT Dallas team creates flexible electronics that change shape inside body
Released May 13, 2014
News From the Field
undergraduates in biology class Enough with the lecturing
Released May 12, 2014
Press Release
2014 USA Science and Engineering festival NSF-funded research spotlighted at largest science festival in the country
Released April 22, 2014
Media Advisory
President Obama talks with PECASE recipients at the White House. Early Career Scientists and Engineers receive highest honor from the White House
Released April 16, 2014
Press Release
Hands holding a peice of technology. Innovation Corps leaders converge to discuss how to build on program's success
Released April 8, 2014
Media Advisory
Image of fruit fly brain with nerve cells. New Understanding the Brain website features funding opportunities, research areas
Released April 2, 2014
Press Release
3-D view of stained hippocampus Understanding the Brain
Released April 2, 2014
Special Report
Adam Booth is shown doing research in Norway. Investing in the future through the Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Released April 1, 2014
Press Release
Middle-school students in the Arizona mountains Environmental stewardship motivates latest White House Champions of Change
Released March 25, 2014
Press Release
pathway determined by bioretrosynthesis Shifting evolution into reverse promises cheaper, greener way to make new drugs
Released March 24, 2014
News From the Field
Peter Morse, left, and Eric Corwin Oregon physicists use geometry to understand 'jamming' process
Released March 20, 2014
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current-day Wilkies (right) and ancestral Wilkies Research reveals surprising results about kids' capacity for scientific literacy
Released March 11, 2014
News From the Field
President Barack Obama with PAEMST Awardees at the White House President Obama honors exemplary math and science teachers
Released March 10, 2014
Press Release
happy preschool kids hugging Are you smarter than a 5-year-old? Preschoolers can do algebra
Released March 6, 2014
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a brackish marsh New technique allows frequent water quality monitoring for suite of pollutants
Released March 5, 2014
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education graphic Pigment or bacteria? Researchers reexamine the idea of 'color' in fossil feathers
Released March 5, 2014
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Youth Radio's Sayre Quevedo, working on his story STEM is "on the air" at Youth Radio
Released March 3, 2014
Science Nation
education graphic To teach scientific reproducibility, start young
Released February 28, 2014
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student and teacher at computer White House Champions of Change include educators supported by NSF
Released February 25, 2014
Press Release
education graphic Multilevel approach to coping with stigmas identified
Released February 20, 2014
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Bio-inpired solar fuel production Artificial leaf jumps developmental hurdle
Released February 17, 2014
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