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Arctic & Antarctic
Astronomy & Space
Chemistry & Materials
Earth & Environment
People & Society
Freshwater from salt water using only solar energy
'California Mountain Lions,' Episode 7: Human Interaction
Could just anyone train an 'Internet of Things'?
How megalodon’s teeth evolved into the ultimate cutting tools
Magnetic kit simulates molecular self-assembly
An integrated system for perception-driven autonomy with modular robots
Researchers reinvent how bridges withstand earthquakes with new support column design
Cracked particles in lithium-ion batteries
New study proves efficacy of arthritis treatment
Engineers develop new tool for designing prosthetic limbs
Origami-inspired material designed to soften impact
The Power of a Team
Telescopes on Earth Explore Space's Secrets
Dr. Córdova on Moon Landing 50th
Hyperlocal mapping within urban heat islands for future forecasting
NSF: Everywhere in your world
What you know is what you see!
NSF Science Now-Episode 64
Smart and connected stormwater systems
Women’s History Makers: Talitha Washington
Women's History Makers: Carmiña Londoño
The Changing Arctic
How can data visualization and analysis help identify a dream job?
4 Awesome Discoveries You Probably Didn’t Hear About -- Episode 24
I am Black History: Emilda Rivers
Turning CO2 Emissions into Fuel and More: Black History Today
I am Black History -- Erica Robinson