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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
Generic News Image 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
a lady sleep with her smartphone in her hand May 6, 2016 Smartphones uncover how the world sleepsNews From the Field
an adult Hooded Vulture May 5, 2016 Why vultures matter -- and what we lose if they're goneNews From the Field
eight-celled green algae May 5, 2016 Pond scum and the gene pool: A critical gene in green algae responsible for multicellularityNews From the Field
ship at sea May 4, 2016 Vannevar Bush, Public Service and Waterman awardees to present research at National Science Board meetingMedia Advisory
people holding signs May 4, 2016 How to talk about climate change so people will actNews From the Field
instrument that detects large, complex molecules May 4, 2016 JILA extends laser 'combing' method to identify large, complex moleculesNews From the Field
Photo showing two researchers interviewing locals in the mountains April 28, 2016 Language and earthquakes: Insights in disaster responseDiscovery
woman holding a baby touching a screen April 27, 2016 Math without numbersDiscovery
dopamine neurons April 25, 2016 Dopamine neurons have a role in movement, new study findsNews From the Field
old-growth forest in the Oregon Cascades April 22, 2016 Old-growth forests may provide buffer against rising temperaturesNews From the Field
upper molar of 21 million-year-old Panamacebus April 21, 2016 Paleontologists find North America's oldest monkey fossil along Panama CanalNews From the Field
a baby bird flapping it's wings April 21, 2016 Leg-wing cooperation in baby birds, dinosaurs is key transition in origin of flightNews From the Field
animation showing a salamander strolling April 21, 2016 Earth's weird and wonderful animal modelsDiscovery
fossil tooth April 20, 2016 First-ever fossil monkey found in North AmericaPress Release
microchip and integrated circuits April 20, 2016 Federal research funding up 6 percent in FY2014Press Release
a capuchin monkey in a tree April 20, 2016 First North American monkey fossils are found in Panama Canal excavationNews From the Field
intestinal Peyer’s patch M cells (purple) April 19, 2016 Inflammatory protein involved in autoimmune diseases has healing potentialNews From the Field
earth day infographic April 18, 2016 Infographic: Earth Day at NSFDiscovery
image of a brains frontal lobe April 14, 2016 Electrical brain stimulation enhances creativity, researchers sayNews From the Field
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