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plot showing the tree of life based on species' sequenced genomes. NSF awards $7.4 million for research on species' evolutionary history
Released September 17, 2014
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aerial view of a coastal community NSF awards $15 million in second set of coastal sustainability grants
Released September 15, 2014
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A view of tropical forest biodiversity 15 years after former pastures were abandoned. Whither the diversity of life on Earth? NSF, partners award $23 million for studies of planet's biodiversity
Released September 10, 2014
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Interactions between the environment and humans may foster the spread of infectious diseases. Racing ahead of disease outbreaks: $12 million in new research grants
Released September 10, 2014
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Stream restoration involving reconnection of an urban waterway near Baltimore with its floodplain. A river runs through it: U.S. cities' waterways show consistent patterns of evolution
Released September 10, 2014
Discovery
Coral reefs Ocean Acidification: NSF awards $11.4 million in new grants to study effects on marine ecosystems
Released September 9, 2014
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artist's rendition showing the dinosaur's likely paleoenvironment. Paleontologists discover new species of titanosaurian dinosaur in Tanzania
Released September 8, 2014
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artist rendition of deceased Rukwatitan bisepultus Ohio University paleontologists discover new species of titanosaurian dinosaur in Tanzania
Released September 8, 2014
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illustration showing a human body design and circles Scientists apply biomedical technique to reveal changes in body of the ocean
Released September 4, 2014
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river flowing NSF and NIFA award $25 million in grants for study of water sustainability and climate
Released August 29, 2014
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dried pines in an alpine region National Science Foundation awards $9.47 million for research on coupled natural and human systems
Released August 20, 2014
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Loihi Seamount structures built by iron-oxidizing microbes. Rust villages of the deep: In Pele's shadow, iron oxide, or rust, comes to life
Released August 7, 2014
Discovery
Ahi tuna heads on display at the market Mercury in the world's oceans: On the rise
Released August 6, 2014
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fire ants on a plant Border crossing: 10 things to know about invasive fire ants on the march
Released August 1, 2014
Discovery
French green clays in pots, bottles and soap on a counter New answer to MRSA, other 'superbug' infections: clay minerals?
Released July 17, 2014
Discovery
The NSF/NCAR C-130 aircraft outside a hangar Atmospheric scientists take to the skies to study Colorado Front Range ozone pollution
Released July 15, 2014
Discovery
electron micrograph of marine planktonic microbes, colorized for contrast. Ocean's microbial megacity: Like humans, the sea's most abundant organisms have clear daily cycles
Released July 10, 2014
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electron micrograph of marine planktonic microbes New research finds ocean's most abundant organisms have clear daily cycles
Released July 10, 2014
News From the Field
painting of a frog sitting next to water Amphibians can acquire resistance to deadly fungus
Released July 9, 2014
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painting of a frog sitting next to water USF study: Amphibians can acquire resistance to deadly fungus
Released July 9, 2014
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illustration of reconstructed Hohokam platform mound in the Sonoran Desert in the 13th century A.D. Scientists chart a baby boom--in southwestern Native Americans from 500 to 1300 A.D.
Released June 30, 2014
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earth seen from outer space showing the North Atlantic currents Ancient ocean currents may have changed pace and intensity of ice ages
Released June 26, 2014
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blue crab with the text photo gallery Summer brings crab feasts--and concerns for Chesapeake blue crabs
Released June 17, 2014
Discovery
Artist's reconstruction of Zanda Fauna from the Pliocene about three to five million years ago. "Out of Tibet" hypothesis: Cradle of evolution for cold-adapted mammals is in Tibet
Released June 11, 2014
Discovery
tractor  in a corn field at the NSF Kellogg Biological Station LTER site. How much fertilizer is too much for Earth's climate?
Released June 9, 2014
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Spray glider in the water World Oceans Day: 12 things to know about El Niņo: Is it coming, and when?
Released June 5, 2014
Discovery
California Clapper Rail near invasive Spartina along San Francisco Bay. Eradicating invasive species sometimes threatens endangered ones
Released May 29, 2014
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Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from a cultured cell. Catching HIV budding from cells: it all comes down to ALIX
Released May 16, 2014
Discovery
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month: Do you know where the ticks are? Lyme Disease: Ten things you always wanted to know about ticks...
Released May 16, 2014
Discovery
Water in Southern California's Great Valley flows along the California Aqueduct. California Central Valley groundwater depletion slowly raises Sierra Nevada mountains
Released May 14, 2014
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