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Press Release 09-229
Science Journalism Awards Announced

Winners of AAAS Kavli Awards include television and radio stories supported by NSF

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Photo of Neil deGrasse Tyson examining an unpolished man-made diamond, fresh out of the grower.

Neil deGrasse Tyson examines an unpolished man-made diamond, fresh out of the grower, while Apollo Diamond's Robert Linares looks on. As host of WGBH's NOVA scienceNOW, Tyson, astrophysicist, and director of the Hayden Planetarium, makes science both educational and entertaining.

Credit: WGBH


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Photo of a polycrystalline diamond disc.

A polycrystalline diamond disc, made with chemical vapor deposition, is shown.

Credit: WGBH


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Photo of Slawek Tulaczyk installing a precision GPS sensor for monitoring a subglacial lake.

Slawek Tulaczyk installs precision GPS sensor for monitoring a subglacial lake beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (84.5 degrees south).

Credit: Copyright Douglas Fox, 2009


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