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NSF’s Chemistry Division awards 6 planning grants to broaden participation, form new partnerships
NSF congratulates laureates of the 2023 Nobel Prize in chemistry
NSF congratulates laureates of the 2023 Nobel Prize in physics
Down goes antimatter! Gravity's effect on matter's elusive twin is revealed
NSF announces 4 Mid-scale Research Infrastructure-1 awards
NSF's Divisions of Graduate Education and Materials Research partner to help bridge gap between classrooms and labs
NSF invests $72.5M to design revolutionary materials
New $50 million institute aims to use the power of math to model, predict biological processes
NSF and partners invest $45 million in the future of semiconductors
4 physics research centers set their sights on new frontiers with $76 million from NSF
Quantum-scale sensors to yield human-scale benefits with new backing from NSF
More institutions to participate in quantum science and engineering with $38M from NSF
'Crushing' chemical innovations at the heart of newly expanded NSF center
Gravitational waves from colossal black holes found using 'cosmic clocks'
First 'ghost particle' image of Milky Way galaxy captured by scientists
NSF invests $162 million in research centers to accelerate materials science from lab to factory
59 postdoctoral fellowships awarded to early-career scientists in mathematical sciences, astronomy and astrophysics
Detecting faint traces of universe's explosive birth is aim of NSF-supported Advanced Simons Observatory
NSF and SRC invest in 6 sites for undergraduate research experiences in semiconductors
Do Earth-like exoplanets have magnetic fields? Far-off radio signal is promising sign
NSF invests in new approaches to drive the future of biotechnology
Infusing human behavior into epidemiological models is focus of new NSF-supported research projects
Discovery Files: EARTH TROJAN ASTEROIDS!
NSF Invests in Designing Materials for the Future
NSF Funds Ten New PREM Seed Grants
Focused Research Hubs in Theoretical Physics Awards
NSF Funds NANOGrav Physics Frontiers Center
Division of Chemistry: Disciplinary Research Program (CHE-DRP)
NSF Continues Support for Inaugural Materials Innovation Platforms
Even COVID Can’t Stop ZEUS