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graphics showing a camera, silhouettes, an eye, dna Capitol Hill event--Forensics: Follow the science
Released May 7, 2015
Media Advisory
dense cores of molecular gas ALMA discovers proto super star cluster--a cosmic 'dinosaur egg' about to hatch
Released May 7, 2015
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vesicle Penn researchers develop custom artificial membranes with programmable surfaces
Released May 7, 2015
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Raven II pegboard UW researchers hack a teleoperated surgical robot to reveal security flaws
Released May 7, 2015
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average number of annual cases of West Nile virus Biting back: Scientists aim to forecast West Nile outbreaks
Released May 7, 2015
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direct binding of CENP-C to the CENP-A Penn team finds protein 'cement' that stabilizes the crossroad of chromosomes
Released May 7, 2015
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bamboo WSU ecologist warns of bamboo fueling spread of hantavirus
Released May 7, 2015
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biology graphic Genetic changes to basic developmental processes evolve more frequently than thought
Released May 7, 2015
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blurred picture of a person riding a bike As life slips by: Why eye movement doesn't blur the picture
Released May 7, 2015
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William Newman Earthquakes expose limits of scientific predictions
Released May 7, 2015
Discovery
tiny silicone microspheres Tiny silicone spheres come out of the mist
Released May 6, 2015
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Cinder cone near Mount Lassen Explosive volcanoes fueled by water, say Oregon researchers
Released May 6, 2015
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Lake Towuti Project seeks climate clues deep in Indonesian lakebed
Released May 6, 2015
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physics graphic From the depths of a microscopic world, spontaneous cooperation
Released May 6, 2015
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an adenine DNA modification New form of DNA modification may carry inheritable information
Released May 5, 2015
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atomic scale friction Penn and UC Merced researchers match physical and virtual atomic friction experiments
Released May 5, 2015
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a synapse formed by the auditory nerve in a mouse How noise changes the way the brain gets information
Released May 5, 2015
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NSB logo National Science Board to meet May 5-6, 2015, in Arlington, Va.
Released May 4, 2015
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the sun shining through trees Pollen and clouds: April flowers bring May showers?
Released May 4, 2015
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News thumbnail of clingfish Puget Sound's clingfish could inspire better medical devices, whale tags
Released May 4, 2015
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a sampling from one of the affected homes New technique shows shale-drilling additives in drinking-water taps near leak
Released May 4, 2015
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a coral with Black Band Disease New climate projections paint bleak future for tropical coral reefs
Released May 4, 2015
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image of a river Testing the waters: 1,4-Dioxane in North Carolina's Cape Fear River Basin
Released May 4, 2015
Science Nation
artist's impression of pulsar PSR J1930-1852 Pulsar with widest orbit ever detected, discovered by high school research team
Released May 1, 2015
News From the Field
electron micrograph of polymer bead Inanimate beads behave in lifelike ways
Released May 1, 2015
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two volunteers collect samples in the East Bay Citizen science helps predict spread of sudden oak death
Released May 1, 2015
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biology graphic Citizen science helps predict risk of emerging infectious disease
Released May 1, 2015
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a bombardier beetle Beetlejuice! Secrets of beetle sprays unlocked at the Advanced Photon Source
Released May 1, 2015
News From the Field
dried trees in a forest Trees turned to snags: "Sudden Oak Death" fells California oaks in their prime
Released May 1, 2015
Discovery
2015 Vannevar Bush awardee James Duderstadt James Duderstadt is NSB's 2015 Vannevar Bush awardee
Released April 30, 2015
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