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active site of an iron-containing zeolite September 20, 2016 New findings by NSF-funded chemists could lead to greener methanol productionNews From the Field
CS education September 16, 2016 NSF awards $25 million in new projects in support of the Computer Science for All InitiativePress Release
The business sector was the largest funder of R&D. The federal government was the second-largest. September 15, 2016 U.S. sees sizable increase in R&D spendingPress Release
CS education September 15, 2016 Maryland school district showcases computer science education at all levelsDiscovery
NSF INCLUDES awardee Marco Hatch September 12, 2016 First NSF INCLUDES awards issued to 37 projectsPress Release
image of mouse brain September 12, 2016 A global conversation to advance brain research Sept. 19Media Advisory
example of dwell typing September 12, 2016 Brain-sensing technology developed by Stanford scientists allows typing at 12 words per minuteNews From the Field
Gesine Veits constructs a lead paint test September 8, 2016 A more accurate sensor for lead paintNews From the Field
PAEMST awards reception September 6, 2016 Outstanding mathematics and science teachers to receive presidential awards Sept. 8Media Advisory
a man in a hospital bed September 6, 2016 White racism tied to fatal heart disease for blacks and whitesNews From the Field
graphene's numerous unique properties September 1, 2016 Engineers use microwaves to produce high-quality grapheneNews From the Field
Creating a sense of belonging helps keep women in STEM -- but teachers might not realize that need. August 26, 2016 'Belonging' can help keep talented female students in STEM classesDiscovery
education graphic August 25, 2016 Study: Unconventional natural gas wells associated with migraine, fatigueNews From the Field
covalent organic frameworks August 24, 2016 New electrical energy storage material shows its powerNews From the Field
a rat following the air blown from a fan August 24, 2016 Whiskers help animals sense the direction of the windNews From the Field
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