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Generic News Image February 9, 2016
NSF FY 2017 Budget Request
Fact Sheet
Tova N. Williams in her lab February 9, 2016
Celebrating Black History Month with our research fellows
graphic showing a city skyline February 5, 2016
Multinational companies perform majority of U.S. business R&D
Press Release
woman looking out of the window February 3, 2016
The profound power of loneliness
illustration of the bird known as Genyornis newton January 29, 2016
Ancient extinction of giant Australian bird points to humans
News From the Field
NSF logo January 25, 2016
The National Science Foundation (NSF) will not tolerate harassment at grantee institutions
Press Statement
two people working in a lab January 13, 2016
Immigrants play increasing role in U.S. science and engineering workforce
Press Release
image of an orchestra January 12, 2016
Researchers uncover 'predictive neuron orchestra' behind looking and reaching movements
News From the Field
middle eastern woman January 7, 2016
Religious beliefs don't always lead to violence
News From the Field
a little girl reading a book January 6, 2016
Is your toddler ready for reading lessons?
News From the Field
Elizabeth Levy Paluck January 4, 2016
Students with influence over peers reduce school bullying by 30 percent
News From the Field
illustration showing human head, brain December 18, 2015
Stroke recovery in mice improved by Ambien, Stanford study shows
News From the Field
man and robot December 17, 2015
National Science Foundation and federal partners award $37M to advance nation's co-robots
Press Release
closeup image of a snake December 17, 2015
Snake bellies help scientists get a grip
News From the Field
elder woman with child December 17, 2015
Study: Safety net fails grandmother caregivers living in severe poverty
News From the Field
man operating a drone December 15, 2015
3 miles high: Using drones to study high-altitude glaciers
News From the Field
2 adults, a baby and a robot December 1, 2015
UW roboticists learn to teach robots from babies
News From the Field
map of poverty and wealth from cellphone metadata November 30, 2015
UW researchers estimate poverty and wealth from cellphone metadata
News From the Field
person with EEG cap looking at art November 17, 2015
At the intersection of neuroscience and art
information sharing network November 16, 2015
Information is contagious among social connections
News From the Field
graph showing forest cover in Mato Grosso, Brazil November 9, 2015
Large landowners key to slowing deforestation in Brazil
News From the Field
face recognition November 9, 2015
Thickness of gray matter predicts ability to recognize faces and objects
News From the Field
researcher setting a rat trap November 5, 2015
Where do rats move in after disasters? This team finds out
ruins showing structures at Ceren archeological site November 3, 2015
Buried in ash, ancient Salvadoran village shows images of daily life
Press Release
structures at Ceren archeological site November 3, 2015
CU-Boulder study: Ancient Salvadoran village buried by ash freezes daily life in time
News From the Field
communities of the future November 2, 2015
Helping nanotechnology work for everyone
Science Nation
screenshot of cybersecurity special report October 30, 2015
New special report highlights NSF-funded cybersecurity research and education
Press Release
Cybersecurity: Tech, tools and training to safegua October 30, 2015
Cybersecurity: Tech, tools and training to safeguard the future
Special Report
a dead beetle is visible next to the charred bark October 29, 2015
Fire severity in southwestern Colorado unaffected by spruce beetle outbreak
News From the Field
new genus and species, Pliobates cataloniae October 29, 2015
A new primate species at the root of the tree of extant hominoids
News From the Field
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