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Photo of President Obama speaking at TechBoston Academy. President Obama Highlights Success of Technology-driven TechBoston Academy
Released March 30, 2011
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Released January 13, 2011
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Released January 13, 2011
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Released January 13, 2011
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Released November 29, 2010
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Noah Finkelstein teaching Gender Gap in Physics Exams Reduced by Simple Writing Exercises, Says CU-Boulder Study
Released November 25, 2010
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Released November 9, 2010
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Photo of Yomara Bedolla, a high school student who uses a wheelchair. Radio Series Highlights Women with Disabilities in Science
Released October 22, 2010
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 Sian Beilock Psychologist Shows Why We 'Choke' Under Pressure--and How to Avoid It
Released September 21, 2010
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Released May 3, 2010
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Released April 16, 2010
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Released March 29, 2010
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Pathways to Inquiry workshop Science Inquiry Tools Deliver Significant Improvement in Middle-school Students' Skills
Released March 18, 2010
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Released January 25, 2010
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Photo of President Obama psing with mathematics and science teachers honored on Jan. 6, 2010. President Obama Honors Outstanding Teachers and Mentors at White House
Released January 7, 2010
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A reconstruction of the newly discovered Triassic, carnivorous dinosaur, Tawa hallae. Newly Discovered Dinosaur Illuminates Ancient Lineage
Released December 10, 2009
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Photo of Neil deGrasse Tyson examining an unpolished man-made diamond, fresh out of the grower. Science Journalism Awards Announced
Released November 19, 2009
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Photo of musician Bobby McFerrin. "The Music Instinct" Wins International Recognition
Released October 26, 2009
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Released October 16, 2009
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Photo of Middle school teacher Anita Edwards doing research. Teaching the Teachers
Released October 15, 2009
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the Green Bank Telescope High-school Student Discovers Strange Astronomical Object
Released September 22, 2009
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seventh grade students STEM Initiative Introduces Budding Scientists to Renewable Energy
Released September 15, 2009
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Mesa's Carson/Powell junior high school students Summer Research Internship Exposes Middle School Students to Robotics, Complex Data Collection
Released July 16, 2009
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John Thieken with students ASU STEM Initiative Named 'Best Emerging Partnership'
Released June 5, 2009
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girls videoconferencing Immersive Game Engages Girls in Science and Technology
Released May 15, 2009
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