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heat waves   Image The summer of 2012, among others, was a scorcher. In 2012, three summer heat waves struck the U.S.
Updated June 1, 2016
How hot will future summers be? According to new research, a lot hotter than in the past.   Image How hot will future summers be? According to new research, a lot hotter than in the past.
Updated June 1, 2016
Heat waves effects   Image Heat waves affect energy use, farming and other aspects of society.
Updated June 1, 2016
The urban heat island effect   Image The urban heat island effect further raises summer temperatures in cities.
Updated June 1, 2016
Grasses turn sere and brown in baking summer sun.   Image Grasses turn sere and brown in baking summer sun.
Updated June 1, 2016
Heat Map of the US - June 29, 2012   Image June 29, 2012, was the hottest day that year in the eastern U.S.
Updated June 1, 2016
Photograph of RoboBees with a penny for comparison   Image Robotic bees, or RoboBees, developed by researchers at Harvard and MIT with support from NSF.
Updated June 1, 2016
Watch a video showing Axial Seamount in the Pacific Ocean, via the Ocean Observatories Initiative.   Video Watch a video showing Axial Seamount in the Pacific Ocean, via the Ocean Observatories Initiative.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 31, 2016
2016 STEM Video Showcase   Video Video Showcase Intro
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 31, 2016
neovessels - blood vessels   Image A technology that replaces damaged or obstructed blood vessels with healthy tissue.
Updated May 27, 2016
Photo of Andrew Williams instructing girls using the Choreographe visual programming environment   Image Co-Robots for CompuGirls class programs a Nao humanoid robot.
Updated May 27, 2016
Co-Robots for CompuGirls teaches about programming, as well as how robots can address social issues.   Image Co-Robots for CompuGirls teaches programming, as well as how robots can help address social issues.
Updated May 27, 2016
One of the Rochester Institute of Technology's educational co-robots roams the hallways.   Image One of the Rochester Institute of Technology's educational co-robots roams the hallways.
Updated May 27, 2016
Four of the co-robots charge their batteries in their garage   Image Four co-robots charge batteries in their "garage."
Updated May 27, 2016
liquid near a magnet   Image The 2016 BIO Innovation Zone is dedicated to early stage companies with frontier biotech.
Updated May 26, 2016
ant with a microchip   Image A new microchip that can be injected into cells to monitor life functions by radio telemetry.
Updated May 26, 2016
schematic of an eye and implant   Image A protein-based retinal implant to restore vision to people with vision loss due to age and disease.
Updated May 26, 2016
Photo of Roger Wakimoto with 2 satellite dish trucks in the background   Image Roger Wakimoto conducts tornado research to protect and maintain health of the planet.
Updated May 23, 2016
Photo of Pramod Khargonekar   Image In graduate school, Pramod Khargonekar was inspired by his mentor, engineer Rudolf E. Kálmán.
Updated May 23, 2016
Photo of Jim Kurose and family at graduation   Image Jim Kurose's family immigrated to the U.S. in the early 20th century.
Updated May 23, 2016
NSB logo   Image NSB is the governing body of NSF.
Updated May 23, 2016
Photos of Maria Zuber and Diane Souvaine   Image NSB Chair Maria Zuber and NSB Vice Chair Diane Souvaine
Updated May 23, 2016
Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Delta   Image Scientists are studying the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Delta, which supports 150 million people.
Updated May 22, 2016
Russia's Lena Delta   Image Russia's Lena Delta is sensitive to rapidly warming Arctic temperatures.
Updated May 22, 2016
A satellite view of oil trapped where the Mississippi River meets the Gulf of Mexico.   Image A satellite view of oil trapped where the Mississippi River meets the Gulf of Mexico.
Updated May 22, 2016
Alaska's Yukon Delta   Image Birds from around the world migrate to Alaska's Yukon Delta to nest and raise their young.
Updated May 22, 2016
Egypts Nile River Delta at night   Image Deltas are home to more than half a billion people; here, Egypt's Nile River Delta at night.
Updated May 22, 2016
The Sundarbans in Bangladesh and West Bengal   Image The Sundarbans in Bangladesh and West Bengal has the largest mangrove forest in the world.
Updated May 22, 2016
Photograph of President Obama applauding at a podium   Image President Obama honored the awardees for their contributions to America.
Updated May 20, 2016
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