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Forsyth Technical Community College's team presents its proposal June 24, 2016 Community College Innovation Challenge names 2016 winnersPress Release
Torrey Pines State Beach June 24, 2016 Beach replenishment helps protect against storm erosion during El NiñoNews From the Field
mobile maker center mockup June 22, 2016 Enabling the future of makingPress Release
Generic News Image June 21, 2016 Generation RobotDiscovery
the planet, K2-33b June 20, 2016 Newborn exoplanet discovered around young starNews From the Field
model of the icosahedral nano-cage June 20, 2016 Self-assembling icosahedral protein designedNews From the Field
University of Nebraska–Lincoln professors Edgar Cahoon and James Alfano study root systems. June 17, 2016 NSF announces 2016 EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Track-1 awardsPress Release
Joan Ferrini-Mundy, assistant director for Education and Human Resources at the National Science Fou June 17, 2016 For 2016 Week of Making, highlighting connections between informal STEM environments and learningDiscovery
Electrode array for cochlear implant June 13, 2016 This is why 'Innovation Matters'Media Advisory
researchers discussing upcoming experiments June 13, 2016 Watching 'jumping genes' in actionNews From the Field
One of the Rochester Institute of Technology's educational co-robots roams the hallways. June 13, 2016 What can an undergrad learn from a robot?Discovery
white-tailed deer June 7, 2016 Hiking, hunting has minor effects on mammals in protected eastern forestsNews From the Field
Photo of Matei Ciocarlie standing next to a robot June 6, 2016 Want to learn about robots of all shapes and sizes? You've come to the right place.Press Release
Human hand shakes with robot hand June 6, 2016 A Foundation for Robotics: Designing cooperative, intelligent systems of the futureSpecial Report
Photo of a man handing ethernet cables to 2 robotic arms. June 3, 2016 Marking five years of the National Robotics Initiative in Washington, D.C. on June 9Media Advisory
Rick Ferdig June 3, 2016 Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Kent State and Cleveland Metroparks launch learning appNews From the Field
two people working on a computer June 2, 2016 Gender gap discovered in science exam performanceNews From the Field
2016 STEM Video Showcase May 31, 2016 Video showcase brings 150-plus NSF projects to lightDiscovery
tracking proteins in melanosome including TPC2 May 27, 2016 Study finds that protein puts the brakes on melaninNews From the Field
manganese oxide with ions May 24, 2016 Revealing the nature of magnetic interactions in manganese oxideNews From the Field
effects of intense light on a film of perovskite May 24, 2016 Light can 'heal' defects in new solar cell materialsNews From the Field
Elizabeth Thomas holds half of a sediment core May 23, 2016 A history of snowfall in Greenland, hidden in ancient leaf waxesNews From the Field
medal May 20, 2016 President Obama honors nation's leading scientists and innovatorsPress Release
Person in lab coat pouring liquid beaker. May 19, 2016 Federal science and engineering funding for academic institutions sees first increase in five yearsPress Release
illustration showing a bubble filled with faces of people May 11, 2016 Crowd-augmented cognitionPress Release
Dan Puperi and Jane Grande-Allen May 11, 2016 Study probes heart of synthetic heart valvesNews From the Field
First NSF headquarters building May 10, 2016 On its 66th birthday, National Science Foundation living up to envisioned legacyPress Release
Bruce Weinberg May 10, 2016 Young women in STEM fields earn up to one-third less than menNews From the Field
inaugural national science board members wearing party hats May 10, 2016 It's our birthday!Discovery
Photo of President Barack Obama and PECASE awardees in the White House May 9, 2016 President Obama honors early career scientists with top White House awardPress Release
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