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Skyler Cranmer September 3, 2015
'Democratic peace' may not prevent international conflict
News From the Field
Gtwo men talking September 3, 2015
Video: A new perspective on police interrogations
Discovery
connection strength between nodes in the brain September 1, 2015
Penn and German researchers help identify neural basis of multitasking
News From the Field
Three women next to houses damaged by storm August 28, 2015
Documenting the invisible damage of Katrina
Discovery
person looking through a microscope August 21, 2015
Company R&D expenditures in U.S. increased 6.7 percent in 2013
Press Release
Landscape photos and text, Conserving Water - Producing Energy - Sustaining Food August 14, 2015
New grants foster research on food, energy and water: a linked system
Press Release
animation of brain cells August 12, 2015
Bold new brain research in neuroengineering, brain-inspired design, and individuality
Press Release
girl looking up trying to make a decision August 3, 2015
Character traits outweigh material benefits in assessing value others bring us
News From the Field
man looking at EEG data on the screen August 3, 2015
What happens when 'Aha!' strikes
Discovery
illustration of DNA with dollar signs July 28, 2015
Firms 'underinvest' in long-term cancer research
News From the Field
an example of gaze shifting July 27, 2015
Babies' brains show that social skills linked to second language learning
News From the Field
Robin Dodsworth and people at a market July 27, 2015
As a Southern community changes, an accent fades
Discovery
an indigenous Xavante midwife July 21, 2015
American History 201
News From the Field
electricity meter with dollars bills July 20, 2015
Do smart electricity meters 'turn on' conservation?
Science Nation
people and society graphic July 16, 2015
Bilinguals of 2 spoken languages have more gray matter than monolinguals
News From the Field
pygmy slow loris clinging to a branch July 13, 2015
Saving the slow loris
Discovery
Baby face July 10, 2015
Baby biases
Discovery
Child looking outside the window from a high floor July 9, 2015
No fear of falling
Discovery
Baby in brain scanner July 8, 2015
Mental word practice
Discovery
Mother and father reading to unborn baby. July 7, 2015
Rhyme time for fetuses
Discovery
A neuron is turned on by light July 6, 2015
Capitol Hill briefing on mysteries of the brain: Frontiers in neuroscience
Media Advisory
Old World monkey skull July 3, 2015
Old World monkey had tiny, complex brain
News From the Field
multiple banknotes of U.S. and foreign currency July 2, 2015
Foreseeing US economic trends
Discovery
image of hand holding a pipette and petri dish in a lab June 30, 2015
Federal funding for science and engineering at universities down 6 percent
Press Release
Brown Swiss cattle in a silvo-pasture June 29, 2015
Food for thought: use more forages in livestock farming
News From the Field
Two images of a woman wearing June 26, 2015
Was the dress gold and white or blue and black?
Discovery
Kid on a stationary bike in the Hank Virtual Environments Lab June 26, 2015
Beyond looking both ways
Discovery
Amanda Greenwell June 22, 2015
National Science Foundation selects Amanda Hallberg Greenwell
Press Release
a Toba/Qom child sleeps June 19, 2015
Access to electricity is linked to reduced sleep
News From the Field
screen shot of a jet June 18, 2015
Jet contrails affect surface temperatures
News From the Field
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