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view of a mountain peak with patches of snow Volcanoes, including Mount Hood in the US, can quickly become active
Released February 18, 2014
Densley packed nucleic acids bound to the surface of a nanoparticle. 2013 International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge winners named
Released February 6, 2014
Cover of 2014 Science and Engineering Indicators report. US lead in science and technology shrinking
Released February 6, 2014
researchers looking at 3-D images of ancient Egypt Catalyzing gigabit apps for learning and workforce development
Released February 6, 2014
cover of the special issue of Frontiers in Ecology journal Data-intensive ecology needed to understand what makes the biosphere tick
Released February 3, 2014
Farnam Jahanian and Masao Sakauchi talking during a meeting NSF awards grants to seven joint US-Japanese projects for next-generation networking technologies
Released February 3, 2014
image of water sample in a bottle in a bag NSF awards rapid response grants to study West Virginia chemical spill
Released January 30, 2014
Artwork by Karen Carr depicting a facial reconstruction of a Neanderthal. Neanderthals' genetic footprints are evident in humans of today
Released January 29, 2014
closeup image if a researcher's hand working with a sample in a petri dish NSF study reveals slight research and development decline at federally funded centers
Released January 29, 2014
Artist's rendition of the newly upgraded Alvin, showing its improved interior layout. Deep-diving sub Alvin cleared to return to service
Released January 24, 2014
researcher in a lab National Science Foundation reveals US doctoral degree recipient data
Released January 23, 2014
sea anemone New sea anemone species discovered in Antarctica
Released January 16, 2014
Corals around Palau's Rock Islands. Palau's coral reefs surprisingly resistant to ocean acidification
Released January 16, 2014
Digging into data challenge banner National Science Foundation contributes to four international projects in data-intensive social science and humanities research
Released January 16, 2014
illustration showing mountains, river, forest, earth and a satelite NSF awards grants for four new critical zone observatories to study Earth surface processes
Released January 15, 2014
image of two scientists in a lab NSF study shows declines in federal funding for research and development
Released January 15, 2014
mixed prairie in the U.S. Midwest. There's more to biofuel production than yield
Released January 13, 2014
Student participants in the Antarctic School Fair and Expedition Pilot program to let U.S. high-school students experience Antarctic science at a Chilean station
Released January 13, 2014
Scanning electron micrograph of the marine cyanobacterium, with arrow poitning to visible vesicles. Researchers report on new dimension of marine cyanobacteria
Released January 9, 2014
Skier on the slopes. Enlightening video stories reveal science and engineering behind the 2014 Winter Olympic Games
Released January 9, 2014
CONTRAST logo Scientists to study Pacific Ocean's "global chimney"
Released January 7, 2014
glass recipients in a lab NSF study details recent US research and development growth
Released January 3, 2014
Paper being printed. Ideas in action at Eureka Park
Released January 2, 2014
The Greenland ice sheet Greenland ice sheet stores liquid water year-round
Released December 23, 2013
photo of the white house President Obama honors outstanding early-career scientists
Released December 23, 2013
White House President Obama honors outstanding mathematics and science teachers
Released December 20, 2013
Students in a lab Beyond Mendel
Released December 19, 2013
Atlantic slipper limpets Oh, the places you'll go--if you're an Atlantic slipper shell
Released December 18, 2013
a pika peers out from behind thick moss in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge. Mountain pikas, relatives of rabbits, survive at warm sea-level temperatures by eating mosses
Released December 18, 2013
lightning in the sky above a wildfire NSF supports collaborative cyber-enabled research to advance sustainability
Released December 17, 2013
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