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Ep. 332: Quantum Crystals- Creating new families of electronic materials!
The Stars Within Us: How the elements inside you, and everything, were forged
Secure Quantum Communication -- Sorry, spies and hackers
Where in the Brain Does Creativity Come From?
Searching for the Cosmic Microwave Background at the South Pole Telescope
Testing Einstein's Theory of Relativity near a black hole
4 Awesome Discoveries You Probably Didn’t Hear About -- Episode 40
The Center for Bright Beams: A National Science Foundation Science & Technology Center
NSF's 10 Big Ideas
Who is NSF?
4 Awesome Discoveries You Probably Didn’t Hear About -- Episode 31
Engineers develop new tool for designing prosthetic limbs
Origami-inspired material designed to soften impact
Black Hole Researchers Katie Bouman and Colin Lonsdale Answer Your Questions
NSF: Everywhere in your world
National MagLab: The largest, highest powered magnet lab in the world
Very Large Array observatory reveals the universe
What is a black hole?
Women's History Makers: Carmiña Londoño
NSF animation of the IceCube detection
NSF video: The 2017 multi-messenger neutrino discovery
NSF Science Now -Episode 58
NSF Science Now-Episode 50
NSF Science Now-Episode 45
US Presidents Call for "Turning the Wonders of Science to the Service of Man"
Piezo Power: Under pressure, crystals live up to their electric potential
NSF exhibits seek to inform, engage and inspire visitors at the 2016 Science & Engineering Festival
MPS Distinguished Lecture by Prof. Suzanne Staggs (Princeton) on the Cosmic Microwave Background
Optics that use sound to shape light for better machine vision – CES 2016