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woman looking out of the window   Image Research indicates loneliness is the perception of isolation -- even if one isn't actually isolated.
Updated February 1, 2016
John Cacioppo   Image John Cacioppo is an NSF-funded neuroscience researcher at the University of Chicago.
Updated February 1, 2016
Students working on computers   Image Students collaborate to design mobile apps at the University of Alabama's Mobile CS summer camp.
Updated January 29, 2016
groups of teachers working at a table   Image Teachers immersed in professional development in preparation for teaching computer science.
Updated January 29, 2016
High school teacher and students in computer class   Image High school students engage in collaborative learning in a Computer Science Principles course.
Updated January 29, 2016
Marie desJardins and student in class   Image NSF invests in research to develop best practices for computer science education and engagement.
Updated January 29, 2016
houses on a coast   Image What effect will El Niño have on coastal erosion? NSF-funded scientists are finding out.
Updated January 29, 2016
satelite image showing El Nino current at the equator,   Image The current strong El Niño, especially visible at the equator, as seen on a satellite image.
Updated January 28, 2016
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