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Photo Gallery   Image Take a photo tour of NSF INFEWS-related research.
Updated September 28, 2016
smart and connected communities   Image The Array of Things is designed as a "fitness tracker" for Chicago, collecting new streams of data.
Updated September 26, 2016
big data   Image The Big Data Regional Innovation Hubs cover all 50 states.
Updated September 26, 2016
big data   Image Researchers collecting data from aging infrastructure.
Updated September 26, 2016
Margaret Murnane   Image Margaret Murnane is a physicist at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Updated September 23, 2016
big data   Image Uses of Big Data in smart grids.
Updated September 23, 2016
smart and connected communities   Image UMBC researchers will combine sensors and social media to develop a new flash flood alert system.
Updated September 23, 2016
Wallace Marshall is a biochemistry professor at the University of California, San Francisco.   Image Wallace Marshall is a biochemistry professor at the University of California, San Francisco.
Updated September 23, 2016
Yale E. Goldman is a professor of physiology at the University of Pennsylvania.   Image Yale E. Goldman is a professor of physiology at the University of Pennsylvania.
Updated September 23, 2016
J. Ritchie Patterson is a physics professor at Cornell University.   Image J. Ritchie Patterson is a physics professor at Cornell University.
Updated September 23, 2016
Coastal Sustainability: Co-existing With Our Coastlines   Video Coastal Sustainability: Co-existing With Our Coastlines
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 21, 2016
NSF Coastal SEES grantees are studying communities threatened by harmful algae blooms.   Image NSF Coastal SEES grantees are studying communities threatened by harmful algae blooms.
Updated September 20, 2016
big data   Image Researchers are working to develop methods to capture, harmonize and share neuroscience data.
Updated September 20, 2016
NSF MacroSystems Biology and Early NEON Science researchers are studying tree genes to canopies.   Image NSF MacroSystems Biology and Early NEON Science researchers are studying tree genes to canopies.
Updated September 20, 2016
Mice-o-scapes--understanding small mammal ecology over the past 100 years--is another new project.   Image Mice-o-scapes--understanding small mammal ecology over the past 100 years--is another new project.
Updated September 20, 2016
Ecological variables and tick-borne diseases are among the new grant topics.   Image Ecological variables and tick-borne diseases are among the new grant topics.
Updated September 20, 2016
Aerial views of lawns in San Diego, Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, Phoenix, and Levittown, N.Y.   Image Aerial views of lawns in San Diego, Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, Phoenix, and Levittown, N.Y.
Updated September 20, 2016
MacroSystems Biology and Early NEON Science investigators are tracking plants' flowering timing.   Image MacroSystems Biology and Early NEON Science investigators are tracking plants' flowering timing.
Updated September 20, 2016
Pollinators and plants are the subject of a new MacroSystems Biology/Early NEON Science grant.   Image Pollinators and plants are the subject of a new MacroSystems Biology/Early NEON Science grant.
Updated September 20, 2016
The disease leishmaniasis under a microscope. EEID researchers will track it in peri-urban Brazil.   Image The disease leishmaniasis under a microscope. EEID researchers will track it in peri-urban Brazil.
Updated September 16, 2016
EEID biologists will conduct research on the microbiome of a widespread grass called tall fescue.   Image EEID biologists will conduct research on the microbiome of a widespread grass called tall fescue.
Updated September 16, 2016
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