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NSF's public investment in science, engineering, education and technology helps to create knowledge and sustain prosperity. Read here about the Internet, microbursts, Web browsers, extrasolar planets, and more... a panoply of discoveries and innovations that began with NSF support.

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Images of the top and front of hominin skulls. Researchers Consider Ancestry of Recent Fossil Finds
Thought experiment stresses consequences of placing newly discovered fossils on human family tree
Released  March 16, 2011
Photo of a mother-son orangutan pair housed at Zoo Atlanta. Orangutans in the Mist
Cheryl Knott's NSF-supported work helps us understand why orangutans require protection and conservation
Released  February 9, 2011
Photo of Duke University Lemur Center director Anne D. Yoder with a Coquerel's Sifaka. Islands: Exquisite Labs of Evolution
Anne Yoder, director of the Duke University Lemur Center, and colleagues are using genetic and genomic approaches to unravel the history of lemurs and the primate family tree
Released  November 14, 2008
Older child carrying an infant Will Baby Crawl?
Maybe yes, maybe no, says anthropologist David Tracer, whose study of children in Papua New Guinea supports the view that milestones of child development vary with culture.
Released  July 21, 2004

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