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image of math problems on a chalk board Non-traditional mathematics curriculum results in higher standardized test scores, MU study finds
Released September 16, 2013
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Illustration of computer and brain parts New center to better understand human intelligence, build smarter machines
Released September 9, 2013
Press Release
Illustration of a head Understanding the brain: The National Science Foundation and the BRAIN Initiative
Released September 3, 2013
Fact Sheet
image of X and Y chromosomes The when and where of the Y: Research on Y chromosomes finds new clues about human ancestry
Released August 1, 2013
News From the Field
RNA editing Fly study finds two new drivers of RNA editing
Released August 1, 2013
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map showing increase the risk of personal violence Cool heads likely won't prevail in a hotter, wetter world
Released August 1, 2013
News From the Field
students in smoking behavior project, with their posters Project Engaging High-school Students in Research on Smoking Behavior Wins Science Magazine’s Inquiry-based Instruction Prize
Released July 25, 2013
Press Release
GROW logo India Is Latest to Partner With NSF Through GROW
Released July 23, 2013
Press Release
image of a child viewing a museum exhibit Living Lab Combines Research With Outreach
Released July 22, 2013
Science Nation
education graphic Ecological Forces Structure Your Body's Personal Mix of Microbes
Released July 15, 2013
News From the Field
Hands holding several cubelet robots Cubelets: Small Robots Teach Big Science Lessons
Released July 15, 2013
Science Nation
GROW student Anna Normand in the field in Sweded NSF Announces First Cohort of Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide Program
Released July 3, 2013
Press Release
News thumbnail Psychology Influences Markets
Released July 1, 2013
News From the Field
this expression is correlated with frustration Researchers Track Facial Expressions to Improve Teaching Software
Released June 27, 2013
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Research team is installing a sensor station to study climate change in the Columbian Andes. NSF and USAID Jointly Announce Next Round of Global Research Collaboration Awardees
Released June 20, 2013
Press Release
doctoral student looks into a left ventricular simulator tank. Latest Data Show Part-Time Graduate Enrollment in Science and Engineering Growing at a Higher Rate Than That of Full-Time Enrollment
Released June 20, 2013
Press Release
Students observe a 3-D projection of an aircraft engine 'M-List' Recognizes Institutions Preparing Workers to Industry Standards in Advanced Manufacturing
Released June 14, 2013
Press Release
Illustration showing the cell body of a neuron STEM Graduate Education Challenge Prompts Hundreds to Offer Ideas for Improvements
Released June 13, 2013
Press Release
The Challenge and background image 2013 Innovation in Graduate Education Challenge
Released June 13, 2013
Special Report
student watching 3-D printer Harnessing the Power of Engineering to Improve STEM Education in K-12 Schools
Released June 10, 2013
Media Advisory
Philip Washbourne Over-produced Autism Gene Alters Synapses, Affects Learning and Behavior in Mice
Released June 5, 2013
News From the Field
NSF Acting Director Cora Marrett is shown with SFI Director General Mark Ferguson. Ireland, Netherlands Are Latest to Partner With NSF Through GROW
Released May 28, 2013
Press Release
In Delaware, research aims to protect industrial brownfields in coastal, flood prone areas. NSF Invests in Science and Engineering Infrastructure in Key Areas Across the Nation
Released May 23, 2013
Press Release
image of a male hand holding several books Live and Learn: Most GenXers Are Continuing Their Education
Released May 7, 2013
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Graphic illustration showing a traffic light, roads and maps National Science Foundation Announces Projects to Expand the Frontiers of Cyber-Physical Systems
Released May 3, 2013
Press Release
Graphic illustration showing a computer monitor, a smart phone and an eye scanner display New National Inventors Hall of Fame Inductees Received Vital NSF Support
Released May 1, 2013
Press Release
collage of engineers and computer scientists NSF Joins Forces with Intel and GE to Move the Needle in Producing U.S. Engineers and Computer Scientists
Released May 1, 2013
Media Advisory
Philip Sadler Understanding Student Weaknesses
Released April 30, 2013
News From the Field
Kathleen Alexander (left) and Risa Pesapane Humans Passing Drug Resistance to Animals in Protected Africa, Virginia Tech Study Says
Released April 26, 2013
News From the Field
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
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