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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
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the hexaboride structure Engineers develop new materials for hydrogen storage
Released April 15, 2014
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NSF's 2014 Alan T. Waterman Awardee Feng Zhang. The National Science Foundation names Feng Zhang its Alan T. Waterman Awardee for 2014
Released April 14, 2014
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conjugates of a beta-lactam antibiotic with MRSA Penicillin redux: Rearming proven warriors for the 21st century
Released April 14, 2014
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chemistry graphic Enzyme 'wrench' could be key to stronger, more effective antibiotics
Released April 10, 2014
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clumping platelets Synthetic collagen promotes natural clotting
Released April 9, 2014
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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
molecules in face-on orientation Organic solar cells more efficient with molecules face-to-face
Released April 7, 2014
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Image of fruit fly brain with nerve cells. New Understanding the Brain website features funding opportunities, research areas
Released April 2, 2014
Press Release
a multilayered waveguide taper array Rainbow-catching waveguide could revolutionize energy technologies
Released March 28, 2014
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Hexahedral mesh models ICES researcher Dmitrii Makarov finds atomic prodding can strengthen chemical bonds instead of break them
Released March 27, 2014
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optical-grade silk fibroin aqueous solution Fabricating nanostructures with silk could make clean rooms green rooms
Released March 27, 2014
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Federal S&E obligations to universities and colleges drop by 11 percent in FY 2011. Federal science and engineering obligations to universities and colleges dropped by 11 percent in FY 2011
Released March 25, 2014
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carbon nanotube placed on an ionization source Nanotube coating helps shrink mass spectrometers
Released March 25, 2014
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an artistic configuration of catheters Catheter innovation destroys dangerous biofilms
Released March 25, 2014
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vertically-aligned carbon nanofibers Researchers grow carbon nanofibers using ambient air, without toxic ammonia
Released March 24, 2014
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Chris Hammel Could diamonds be a computer's best friend?
Released March 24, 2014
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Ashutosh Tiwari and his doctoral students Spintronic Thermoelectric Power Generators
Released March 21, 2014
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Peter Morse, left, and Eric Corwin Oregon physicists use geometry to understand 'jamming' process
Released March 20, 2014
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chemiscope apparatus Chemiscope to catch chemistry in the act
Released March 17, 2014
Science Nation
chemistry graphic Thermal vision: Graphene light detector first to span infrared spectrum
Released March 16, 2014
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a spangled cotinga Brighter inks, without pigment
Released March 14, 2014
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NSF headquarters building New strategic plan guides NSF through 2018
Released March 13, 2014
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student checking the vapor deposition machine Nanoscale optical switch breaks miniaturization barrier
Released March 13, 2014
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chemistry graphic Turing's theory of morphogenesis validated 60 years after his death
Released March 12, 2014
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chemists Matt Sigman and Anat Milo Good vibes for catalytic chemistry
Released March 12, 2014
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images of research National Science Foundation Presents FY 2015 Budget Request
Released March 10, 2014
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a tiny piece of tungsten selenide Two-dimensional material shows promise for optoelectronics
Released March 10, 2014
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layers of the 2-D LED and how it emits light Scientists build thinnest-possible LEDs to be stronger, more energy efficient
Released March 10, 2014
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structures change from all blue, to red and blue Turing's theory of morphogenesis validated
Released March 10, 2014
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