News Release 17-112
NSF makes new awards to advance Science of Learning
Science of Learning program awards $8.2 million to projects that will advance theoretical insights about learning
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The Science of Learning investigates questions across many scientific disciplines and scales, from how cellular mechanisms and brain systems affect learning to the roles played by society and culture.
Credit: (clockwise from top left) John Consoli, University of Maryland; John C. Williams, Humanoid Engineering & Intelligent Robotics (HEIR) Lab, Marquette University; Diane Quinn; SciGirls, Twin Cities Public Television; James. J. Caras, National Science Foundation; Mary Knox Merrill, Northeastern University; Patricia Kuhl, Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington; Rob Margetta, National Science Foundation; Ed Boyden and Massachusetts Institute of Technology McGovern Institute.
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