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National Science Foundation - Where Discoveries Begin

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Film, TV, Museums and More

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The Lost Ladybug Project

The "Lost Ladybug Project" invites citizens to send photographs of ladybugs to help explain the decline of once common native ladybug species and document the spread of nonnative ladybug species across North America.

Multimedia Gallery & Photo Galleries

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Water, Food & Energy

Scientists and engineers, including Greg Characklis at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, are studying the connections between water, food and energy in the human water cycle to develop new, sustainable ways of meeting our water needs.

Learning Resources

Classroom Resources

A collection of lessons and web resources for teachers, students & their families.

Research on learning in formal & informal settings

Funding for research that advances science education.

NSF Funding & Research Community

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