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The three new AGEP alliances consist of 14 partner universities. October 20, 2016
NSF awards $5.9 million to broaden participation in academic workforce
Press Release
Employment at an FFRDC like Lawrence Livermore National Lab provides valuable postdoctoral training. October 20, 2016
After two-year decline, postdoc employment at federally funded labs increases
Press Release
Focus areas for awards include the intersection of food, water and energy. October 19, 2016
NSF funds new projects to explore graduate education models
Press Release
Bucks County CCIC team October 17, 2016
Third annual Community College Innovation Challenge open for submissions
Press Release
GaN cell October 14, 2016
Study finds surface texture of gallium nitride affects cell behavior
News From the Field
chemistry graphic October 13, 2016
Researchers identify enzyme that removes molecular modifications from transfer RNA
News From the Field
Wei Chen October 11, 2016
Novel microwave-induced photodynamic therapy could target deeply situated tumors
News From the Field
Christine He and Martha Grover with a gel slide October 10, 2016
Was the secret spice in primal gene soup a thickener?
News From the Field
the bisulfate dimer October 10, 2016
IU scientists discover 'supramolecule' that could help reduce nuclear, agricultural waste
News From the Field
Comic panel October 5, 2016
Calling all nanotechnology-empowered superheroes
Press Release
Molecular lift October 5, 2016
Chemistry Nobel Prize 2016
Press Statement
NSF Director France Córdova October 4, 2016
Physics Nobel Prize 2016
Press Statement
California alone accounted for $77 billion, or 30 percent, of self-funded business R&D. October 3, 2016
Half of U.S. business R&D concentrated in five states
Press Release
Protoplanetary disk around the young star HL Tauri October 3, 2016
2016-2017 NSF Distinguished Lectures in Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Media Advisory
developing nations footage October 3, 2016
New nanotechnology to produce sustainable, clean water for developing nations
Science Nation
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