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a synapse formed by the auditory nerve in a mouse How noise changes the way the brain gets information
Released May 5, 2015
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NSB logo National Science Board to meet May 5-6, 2015, in Arlington, Va.
Released May 4, 2015
Media Advisory
the sun shining through trees Pollen and clouds: April flowers bring May showers?
Released May 4, 2015
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News thumbnail of clingfish Puget Sound's clingfish could inspire better medical devices, whale tags
Released May 4, 2015
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a sampling from one of the affected homes New technique shows shale-drilling additives in drinking-water taps near leak
Released May 4, 2015
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a coral with Black Band Disease New climate projections paint bleak future for tropical coral reefs
Released May 4, 2015
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image of a river Testing the waters: 1,4-Dioxane in North Carolina's Cape Fear River Basin
Released May 4, 2015
Science Nation
artist's impression of pulsar PSR J1930-1852 Pulsar with widest orbit ever detected, discovered by high school research team
Released May 1, 2015
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electron micrograph of polymer bead Inanimate beads behave in lifelike ways
Released May 1, 2015
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two volunteers collect samples in the East Bay Citizen science helps predict spread of sudden oak death
Released May 1, 2015
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biology graphic Citizen science helps predict risk of emerging infectious disease
Released May 1, 2015
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a bombardier beetle Beetlejuice! Secrets of beetle sprays unlocked at the Advanced Photon Source
Released May 1, 2015
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dried trees in a forest Trees turned to snags: "Sudden Oak Death" fells California oaks in their prime
Released May 1, 2015
Discovery
2015 Vannevar Bush awardee James Duderstadt James Duderstadt is NSB's 2015 Vannevar Bush awardee
Released April 30, 2015
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Released April 30, 2015
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the LBT image of Loki Patera (orange ) Giant telescope takes a close look at a lava lake on Jupiter's moon lo
Released April 30, 2015
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monitoring the health of forest canopies Dull forest glow yields orbital tracking of photosynthesis
Released April 30, 2015
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a bombardier beetle blasted Meet the beetle that packs a machine gun
Released April 30, 2015
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humpback whales Fossils help identify marine life at high risk of extinction today
Released April 30, 2015
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Josh de Leeuw IU researcher looks to Internet as new frontier in collecting data on the mind
Released April 30, 2015
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view of the back of the robot HARMONY Rehab robot HARMONY introduced by UT Austin engineers
Released April 30, 2015
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biology graphic Fossils inform marine conservation
Released April 30, 2015
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image of a Bose–Einstein condensate Quantum-mechanical monopoles discovered
Released April 30, 2015
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researcher in Antarctica Video: Research team discovers plant fossils previously unknown to Antarctica
Released April 29, 2015
Press Release
An ice core from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide (WAIS Divide) project. Antarctic ice core reveals how sudden climate changes in North Atlantic moved south
Released April 29, 2015
Press Release
scientist working in a lab Who earns a doctorate? More women, more foreigners, more minorities
Released April 29, 2015
Press Release
oregano sprig with dried on a wood table Research seeks alternatives for reducing bacteria in fresh produce using nanoengineering
Released April 29, 2015
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cameras and sensors installed on a tower Can photosynthesis be measured over large areas? MBL, Brown scientists find a way
Released April 29, 2015
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ice core from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide Ice core reveals ocean currents transmitted climate changes from Arctic to Antarctic
Released April 29, 2015
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skulls of living species Can skull shape and function determine what kind of food was on prehistoric plates?
Released April 29, 2015
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