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Six of the 14 "Champions of Change" have support from NSF.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
NSF captures the energy of its exhibitors at the 2012 USA Science & Engineering Festival.
A dot on a map of the U.S., Cherokee Marsh in Wisconsin is central to the Yahara watershed.
The omnipresent fog of the cloud forest in Ecuador's Oyacachi watershed.
A Cape sugarbird rests on a protea flower in Kirstenbosch Gardens, South Africa.
Ocean acidification arrives in Mo'orea, French Polynesia.
Will Mount Washington, N.H., stay snow-covered in winter? Scientists are finding answers.
The researchers' work is described in the May 4, 2012 issue of the journal Science.
Jake Weltzin discusses the benefits of citizen science.
Jakobshavn Isfjord (ice fjord)--the largest outlet glacier on Greenland's West Coast.
Vine Maple leaves and flowers are shown.
Lucille Tower submitted the one-millionth observation; here, she examines a vine maple.
With its first round of awards, PEER progress is underway.
Environmental variation can disrupt interactions between plants and their insect pollinators.
A research technician records plant flowering in a high-elevation Colorado meadow.
A monarch caterpillar is available for monitoring as part of NPN's Notebook.