Skip to main content
Email Print Share

Filter News by News Type and Research Area. Get EHR News Updates by Email or by RSS.

News - Education & Human Resources (EHR)

Page: Previous | Next (Showing: 1-30 of 867)

engineers in a classroom September 27, 2016
NSF fosters entrepreneurship, innovation through new awards for I-Corps nodes
Press Release
CS education September 16, 2016
NSF awards $25 million in new projects in support of the Computer Science for All Initiative
Press Release
CS education September 15, 2016
Maryland school district showcases computer science education at all levels
Discovery
image of mouse brain September 12, 2016
A global conversation to advance brain research Sept. 19
Media Advisory
Gesine Veits constructs a lead paint test September 8, 2016
A more accurate sensor for lead paint
News From the Field
a man in a hospital bed September 6, 2016
White racism tied to fatal heart disease for blacks and whites
News From the Field
graphene's numerous unique properties September 1, 2016
Engineers use microwaves to produce high-quality graphene
News 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 classes
Discovery
education graphic August 25, 2016
Study: Unconventional natural gas wells associated with migraine, fatigue
News From the Field
covalent organic frameworks August 24, 2016
New electrical energy storage material shows its power
News From the Field
a rat following the air blown from a fan August 24, 2016
Whiskers help animals sense the direction of the wind
News From the Field
smiling female student with her classmates August 23, 2016
Lacking other meaningful data, university faculty devise their own evaluation systems
News From the Field
The 213 teachers honored today are from across the United States. August 22, 2016
President Obama Honors Outstanding Mathematics and Science Teachers
Press Release
moms at the table with babies and food August 22, 2016
Infants develop early understanding of social nature of food
News From the Field
lobster and dye flume August 18, 2016
NSF funds new integrative approaches to study the brain
Press Release
the critically endangered Ricordís iguana August 18, 2016
Most island vertebrate extinctions could be averted, concludes new study
News From the Field
a mussel mound August 18, 2016
Mussel flexing: Bivalve save drought-stricken marshes, research finds
News From the Field
Google Chrome cleanup tool August 17, 2016
People ignore software security warnings up to 90 percent of the time
News From the Field
a normal mouse neuron with intact docking stations August 17, 2016
A neuron's hardy bunch
News From the Field
protein folding August 8, 2016
Slowly pulling proteins apart reveals unexpected path to stability
News From the Field
David Geary August 4, 2016
Kindergarteners' mathematics success hinges on preschool skills
News From the Field
education graphic August 4, 2016
How to engineer a stronger immune system
News From the Field
cluster of neurons and a single muscle fiber (red) August 3, 2016
New microfluidic chip replicates muscle-nerve connection
News From the Field
Celina Gray, a student intern at Salish Kootenai College, checks an automated camera. August 2, 2016
Building communities of research at tribal colleges
Discovery
an oil palm plantation in Cigudeg, Indonesia July 27, 2016
Forests, species on 4 continents threatened by palm oil expansion
News From the Field
neural representation of scene boundaries July 27, 2016
The brain's super-sensitivity to curbs
News From the Field
Community College Innovation Challenge July 25, 2016
Community College Innovation Challenge
Special Report
binary numbers flowing past sketched human head July 21, 2016
Watching the brain do math
News From the Field
Letharia vulpina houses yeast as a third partner July 21, 2016
Yeast emerges as hidden third partner in lichen symbiosis
News From the Field
screen shot of protein folding July 21, 2016
Accurate design of large icosahedral protein nanocages pushes bioengineering boundaries
News From the Field
Page: Previous | Next (Showing: 1-30 of 867)