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old-growth forest in the Oregon Cascades Old-growth forests may provide buffer against rising temperatures Released April 22, 2016News From the Field
upper molar of 21 million-year-old Panamacebus Paleontologists find North America's oldest monkey fossil along Panama Canal Released April 21, 2016News From the Field
a baby bird flapping it's wings Leg-wing cooperation in baby birds, dinosaurs is key transition in origin of flight Released April 21, 2016News From the Field
fossil tooth First-ever fossil monkey found in North America Released April 20, 2016Press Release
microchip and integrated circuits Federal research funding up 6 percent in FY2014 Released April 20, 2016Press Release
a capuchin monkey in a tree First North American monkey fossils are found in Panama Canal excavation Released April 20, 2016News From the Field
intestinal Peyer’s patch M cells (purple) Inflammatory protein involved in autoimmune diseases has healing potential Released April 19, 2016News From the Field
image of a brains frontal lobe Electrical brain stimulation enhances creativity, researchers say Released April 14, 2016News From the Field
kids interacting with an exhivit at the USA Science and ENgineering Festival NSF hosts 26 hands-on exhibits at largest U.S. science and engineering festival Released April 13, 2016Media Advisory
image of a stream How climate change dries up mountain streams Released April 12, 2016News From the Field
an injured zebrafish heart and a fin Duke study uncovers genetic elements that drive regeneration Released April 6, 2016News From the Field
woman holding a piece of hardware Report: U.S. institutions awarded most doctorates ever recorded in 2014 Released April 1, 2016Press Release
breast cancer cells NYU Tandon researcher synthesizes hybrid molecule that delivers a blow to malignant cells Released April 1, 2016News From the Field
craters on Mars Mile-high Mars mounds built by wind and climate change Released March 31, 2016News From the Field
earth and environment graphic Researchers reproduce mechanism of slow earthquakes Released March 31, 2016News From the Field
woman looking through a microscope Number of science and engineering graduate students up in 2014 Released March 30, 2016Press Release
a participant walks across the simulation field Seventh-graders learn astrophysics through mixed-reality computer simulation Released March 30, 2016News From the Field
William A. Tarpeh working in the lab NSF awards 2016 Graduate Research Fellowships Released March 29, 2016Press Release
aerial view of lake Erie showing algal blooms Community college teams propose ways to improve natural resource sustainability Released March 23, 2016Press Release
Patrick Lutz (left) and Abigail Doyle New reaction turns feedstock chemical into versatile, chiral building block Released March 23, 2016News From the Field
bubbles underwater Protecting coral reefs with bubbles Released March 23, 2016News From the Field
aerial image showing a network of levees and wetlands protect the low-lying agricultural communities National Science Foundation invests in a clean water future Released March 22, 2016Press Release
a nanocrystal superlattice Nanocrystal self-assembly sheds its secrets Released March 21, 2016News From the Field
education graphic Video: Morphing metal shapes future of soft robotics Released March 21, 2016News From the Field
human neurons grown on 3-D scaffolds Future brain therapies for Parkinson's possible with stem cell bioengineering innovation Released March 17, 2016News From the Field
coral reef Viruses 'piggyback' on host microbes' success Released March 16, 2016News From the Field
child and robot Robot learning companion offers custom-tailored tutoring Released March 14, 2016Press Release
elementary classroom Science curriculum tailored to English language learners boosts student achievement Released March 11, 2016News From the Field
electroluminescent skin Super-elastic electroluminescent 'skin' will soon create mood robots Released March 3, 2016News From the Field
The Solar Thermal Electrochemical Process Converting atmospheric carbon dioxide into batteries Released March 2, 2016News From the Field
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