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biology graphic Advance in regenerative medicine could make reprogrammed cells safer while improving their function
Released August 1, 2013
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News thumbnail Desktop Printing at the Nano Level
Released July 19, 2013
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artifical cells Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop Artificial Cells to Study Molecular Crowding and Gene Expression
Released July 15, 2013
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Karen Oberhauser with children observing a flowering plant White House Honors Four Leaders of NSF-Funded Citizen Science Groups Studying Ecology
Released June 25, 2013
Press Release
illustration of Alice and the Red Queen The Red Queen Was Right: We Have to Run to Keep in Place
Released June 20, 2013
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Heliconius butterflies Biological Fitness Trumps Other Traits in Mating Game
Released June 19, 2013
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Graphic illustration showing a human head, light and waves Prying Open the Black Box of the Brain
Released June 12, 2013
Discovery
Graphic illustration showing the earth with an EKG-like signal New NEON Resources Available
Released June 11, 2013
Discovery
image of a fire National Ecological Observatory Network Studies Wildfire in Unprecedented Detail
Released June 10, 2013
Science Nation
image of a puma UC-Santa Cruz Study of Pumas in Santa Cruz Mountains Documents Impact of Predator/Human Interaction
Released April 17, 2013
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Graphic illustration showing the Earth and the signal of an EKG NSF Webcast for Earth Day: An EKG for the Earth With NEON
Released April 16, 2013
Press Release
adult human fibroblast cells Adhesive Differences Enable Separation of Stem Cells to Advance Potential Therapies
Released April 7, 2013
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the cleptoparasitic bee Coelioxys sayi New Research Confirms Plight of Bumblebees, Persistence of Other Bees in Northeast
Released March 4, 2013
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Benjamin Colman working on a mesocosm Silver Nanoparticles May Adversely Affect Environment
Released February 27, 2013
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image of a map showing West Nile fever outbreak Avoiding a Cartography Catastrophe
Released February 4, 2013
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image of ears of corn Plant Scientists at CSHL Demonstrate New Means of Boosting Maize Yields
Released February 1, 2013
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T.M. Murali Virginia Tech Computer Scientists Develop New Way to Study Molecular Networks
Released January 24, 2013
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image of an indri Parasites of Madagascar's Lemurs Expanding With Climate Change
Released January 23, 2013
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image of spring wildflowers Low Extinction Rates Made California a Refuge for Diverse Plant Species
Released January 9, 2013
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image of the marine worm or polychaete What Do Leeches, Limpets and Worms Have in Common? Now, a Sequenced Genome
Released December 19, 2012
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Bill Rice (left) and Urban Friberg Study Finds Epigenetics, Not Genetics, Underlies Homosexuality
Released December 11, 2012
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biology graphic Fragile X Protein Linked to Nearly 100 Genes Involved in Autism
Released December 10, 2012
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a pallid bat Insect-eating Bat Outperforms Nectar Specialist As Pollinator of Cactus Flowers
Released December 6, 2012
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a moth hovering around flowers Moths Wired Two Ways to Take Advantage of Floral Potluck
Released December 6, 2012
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News thumbnail Cell Surface Transporters Exploited for Cancer Drug Delivery
Released December 2, 2012
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Photo of two computers and a terrestrial robot swarm Studying Evolution in Action
Released November 29, 2012
Discovery
Photo of multiple bats in a cave in Trinidad. The Night Life: Why We Need Bats All the Time--Not Just on Halloween
Released October 31, 2012
Discovery
image of sea otters UC-Santa Cruz Study Shows How Sea Otters Can Reduce CO2 in the Atmosphere
Released September 7, 2012
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Photomicrograph in green light of bacteria. New Research Suggests Bacteria Are Social Microorganisms
Released September 6, 2012
Press Release
image of a roller coaster Why Do Organisms Build Tissues They Seemingly Never Use?
Released August 10, 2012
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