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researchers with a microscope Six million graduates employed in science and engineering in 2013
Released April 7, 2015
Press Release
brain regions that control fingers movements The rest of the brain gets in the way
Released April 7, 2015
News From the Field
A baboon group on dry land in Kenya Being born in lean times is bad news for baboons
Released April 2, 2015
News From the Field
Baboon group in Amboseli, Kenya Born during a drought: Bad news for baboons
Released April 1, 2015
people and society graphic Guts of people in hunter-gatherer societies share bacteria industrialized people lack
Released March 25, 2015
News From the Field
Photo of Albert Einstein Albert Einstein, in his own words
Released March 20, 2015
Tornado simulation created at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center. Super storms: Risk and resilience
Released March 19, 2015
Media Advisory
open sign National Science Foundation announces plan for comprehensive public access to research results
Released March 18, 2015
Press Release
NSF logo Public Access to Results of NSF-funded Research
Released March 18, 2015
Special Report
camels in mountains Earliest known fossil of the genus Homo dates to 2.8 to 2.75 million years ago
Released March 4, 2015
News From the Field
image of the jaw fossil discovered Discovery of jaw by ASU team sheds light on early Homo
Released March 4, 2015
News From the Field
Graham Dixon Vaccine skeptics aren't swayed by emotional scare tactics
Released March 3, 2015
News From the Field
graphic showing a sofa and ifferent chairs and text scientists on sofas and other furnishings Communicating science broadly
Released February 26, 2015
Press Release
image of lemur's Boy or girl? Lemur scents have the answer
Released February 24, 2015
News From the Field
gene activity is stained blue in a mouse brain Evolving a bigger brain with human DNA
Released February 19, 2015
News From the Field
word clouds NSF@AAAS
Released February 11, 2015
Press Release
example of the experimental Potential Storm Surge Inundation Map showing the Texas Gulf coast Communicating a hurricane's real risks
Released February 6, 2015
animated map of transit systems Walking, driving and riding in a winter wonderland
Released February 5, 2015
NSF budget request graphic National Science Foundation fiscal year 2016 budget request continues commitment to discovery, innovation and learning
Released February 2, 2015
Press Release
Laura McClenahan with the thinking cap on Could a "thinking cap" help us learn?
Released February 2, 2015
Science Nation
NSF logo National Science Foundation to present FY 2016 budget request
Released January 30, 2015
Media Advisory
ruins of the city of Cantona Long series of droughts doomed Mexican city 1,000 years ago
Released January 27, 2015
News From the Field
image of a chimpanzee Most endangered chimpanzees have complex evolutionary past, perilous future
Released January 21, 2015
News From the Field
close up of an eye Seeing is not remembering
Released January 21, 2015
News From the Field
woman at chalkboard Belief in "raw brilliance" may decrease academic diversity
Released January 15, 2015
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woman at chalkboard Study supports new explanation of gender gaps in academia
Released January 15, 2015
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the black-headed squirrel monkey Endangered monkeys in the Amazon are more diverse than previously thought
Released January 13, 2015
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Matthew Hollander Infamous study of humanity's 'dark side' may actually show how to keep it at bay
Released January 9, 2015
News From the Field
people and society graphic Focusing on lasting legacy prompts environmental action
Released January 8, 2015
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two runners Fragile bones of modern humans result from reduced physical activity
Released December 22, 2014
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