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binary numbers flowing past sketched human head July 21, 2016 Watching the brain do mathNews From the Field
Letharia vulpina houses yeast as a third partner July 21, 2016 Yeast emerges as hidden third partner in lichen symbiosisNews From the Field
screen shot of protein folding July 21, 2016 Accurate design of large icosahedral protein nanocages pushes bioengineering boundariesNews From the Field
Barkley Sound, off the coast of British Columbia July 19, 2016 Oceanographers grow, sequence genome of ocean microbe important to climate changeNews From the Field
a molecular model of the KDM5A enzyme July 14, 2016 Anticancer drug discovery: Structures of KDM5 histone demethylase inhibitorsNews From the Field
a student with the Benthic Underwater Microscope July 12, 2016 Researchers develop novel microscope to study the underwater worldNews From the Field
the chemical assembly of 2-D crystals July 11, 2016 Berkeley Lab scientists grow atomically thin transistors and circuitsNews From the Field
rat kangaroo kidney call July 11, 2016 Researchers improve method to 'swell' cell structures, bringing details into viewNews From the Field
Artist's impression of a planet in a triple-star system discovered by a University of Arizona team. July 7, 2016 Multiple suns and young planets: NSF-supported graduate researchers lead exoplanet discoveriesPress Release
Po-Shen Loh and student July 7, 2016 Passion makes perfectDiscovery
Logo image July 6, 2016 Submit your entry for 15th anniversary Vizzies scientific visualization challengePress Release
researcher working at the biosafety cabinet July 6, 2016 Ultrashort cell-free DNA reveals health of organ transplantsNews From the Field
impression of a planet in a triple-star system July 6, 2016 Newly discovered planet has 3 sunsNews From the Field
The fractal nature of Romanesco broccoli July 1, 2016 Beautiful fractals help solve ‘wiggly’ problemsDiscovery
Lisa Flores June 29, 2016 Findings show gender, not race, a factor in college engineering dropoutsNews From the Field
De Jesús, running a variety of simulations June 28, 2016 Building a better batteryNews From the Field
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
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