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robotic vehicles in a lab   Video An automata-theoretic approach to the Vehicle Routing Problem
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 8, 2015
enlarged image showing a microbead in a cell   Video Automated microbead delivery to cell
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 8, 2015
image showing two hearts   Video NSF awards grant to team to develop more realistic heart models
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 8, 2015
Graphic showing simulations of complex spatial patterns of heart arrhythmic disorders   Image Simulations of complex spatial patterns indicative of cardiac arrhythmic disorders.
Updated May 8, 2015
Fact Sheet page   Image Fact Sheet, page 2.
Updated May 7, 2015
The Many Faces of Public Service at The National Science Foundation and NSF logo   Video The many faces of public service at the National Science Foundation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 7, 2015
graphic showing trees and flower and the text merit review   Video NSF's Merit Review Process
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 7, 2015
animated gif showing how NSF-funded research can be part of a day in the life of a family   Image In our daily lives we benefit from innovations that began with basic research supported by NSF.
Updated May 7, 2015
LHC infographic   Image The LHC is the largest, highest energy particle accelerator in the world.
Updated May 6, 2015
Fact Sheet, page 1   Image Fact Sheet, page 1.
Updated May 6, 2015
The Large Hadron Collider ring is 27 kilometers in length.   Image The Large Hadron Collider ring is 27 kilometers in length.
Updated May 6, 2015
a view of inside CERN collider   Image The agreement will ensure further discoveries in particle physics.
Updated May 6, 2015
Jon Gould   Image Jon Gould, program director for the Law and Social Sciences program in the NSF's SBE directorate.
Updated May 6, 2015
hands of a man behind bars   Image The review committee will examine the implementation of the Criminal Justice Act.
Updated May 6, 2015
picture of Andre Porter   Image Andre Porter recently joined NSF as a science assistant.
Updated May 6, 2015
Joanna Rom in 90s photo   Image Joanna Rom will have 40 years of service before retiring from NSF later this year.
Updated May 6, 2015
collage of NSF staff   Image NSF staff make up a diverse group that works collaboratively to fulfill its mission.
Updated May 6, 2015
screenshot from the game progenitor x showing a scientist and text   Image In Progenitor X, you are a scientist trying to contain a threat from attacking zombies.
Updated May 6, 2015
screenshot from the game citizen science showing two characters   Image Interaction with a virtual stakeholder in the cyberlearning game, Citizen Science.
Updated May 6, 2015
screenshot from the game Progenitor X   Image Image from the cyberlearning game, Progenitor X, developed at the University of Wisconsin.
Updated May 6, 2015
A National Science Foundation Doppler-on-Wheels (DOW) will take part in PECAN.   Image A National Science Foundation Doppler-on-Wheels (DOW) will take part in PECAN.
Updated May 5, 2015
PECAN involves atmospheric scientists from eight research laboratories and 14 universities.   Image PECAN involves atmospheric scientists from eight research laboratories and 14 universities.
Updated May 5, 2015
Plains Elevated Convection at Night (PECAN) scientists are studying nighttime thunderstorms.   Image Plains Elevated Convection at Night (PECAN) scientists are studying nighttime thunderstorms.
Updated May 5, 2015
As part of PECAN, researchers will fan across the U.S. Great Plains at night.   Image As part of PECAN, researchers will fan across the U.S. Great Plains at night.
Updated May 5, 2015
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