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a zebrafish Stock market models help NYU researchers predict animal behavior
Released November 12, 2014
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a neuron growing through a microtube Microtubes create cozy space for neurons to grow, and grow fast
Released November 11, 2014
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cross-sectional image of InP transistor Heat transfer sets the noise floor for ultrasensitive electronics
Released November 10, 2014
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YaŽl P. Mossť Classification of gene mutations in a children's cancer may point to improved treatments
Released November 10, 2014
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Tomaso Poggio stands in front of a blackboard holding a computer part. Tomaso Poggio receives Swartz Prize for theoretical and computational neuroscience
Released November 7, 2014
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Rafael Davalos New technology shows promise for delivery of therapeutics to the brain
Released November 3, 2014
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electrified brain Link seen between seizures and migraines in the brain
Released October 30, 2014
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illustartion showing a fingerprint and computer circuits Leading researchers to discuss privacy and security in a connected age
Released October 28, 2014
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new technique uses bacteria's CRISPR-Cas system New technique uses bacteria's own CRISPR-Cas system to turn off genes
Released October 28, 2014
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prototype of a solar array for a solar panel NSF helps launch origami into space
Released October 27, 2014
Science Nation
emission of light from a laser Turning loss to gain: Cutting power could dramatically boost laser output
Released October 26, 2014
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rounded crystals with no facets Facetless crystals that mimic starfish shells could advance 3-D-printing pills
Released October 20, 2014
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 the microbe Geobacter pili Imaging electric charge propagating along microbial nanowires
Released October 20, 2014
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DNA brick crystals Crystallizing the DNA nanotechnology dream
Released October 19, 2014
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a square-centimeter chip Superconducting circuits, simplified
Released October 17, 2014
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Nobel Prize 2014 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry and Economics supported by the National Science Foundation
Released October 16, 2014
Press Release
A researcher in protective gear works in a lab. NSF invites proposals for Ebola-related fundamental research
Released October 16, 2014
Press Release
patient mockup of surgical robot Brain surgery through the cheek
Released October 15, 2014
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a sidewinder snake Snakes and snake-like robots show how sidewinders conquer sandy slopes
Released October 9, 2014
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the structure of a polymer Electrically conductive plastics promising for batteries, solar cells
Released October 9, 2014
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bone matrix left as an unsorted control A new way to extract bone-making cells from fat tissue
Released October 6, 2014
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Yi Zhang holding a porous solid material New technique to make foams could lead to lightweight, sustainable materials
Released October 6, 2014
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SURE Robotics student programmer Immersive robotics experience inspires future engineers
Released October 6, 2014
Science Nation
photo of the national medal of science President Obama honors nation's top scientists and innovators
Released October 3, 2014
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a thin polymer rod Untangling how cables coil
Released October 3, 2014
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yoga and meditation boost brain power New study shows that yoga and meditation may help train the brain
Released October 3, 2014
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engineering graphic Gut bacteria are protected by host during illness
Released October 2, 2014
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Jay Rosenberger and the UT Arlington team UT-Arlington big data analytics could yield better treatment for pain management
Released October 1, 2014
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the structure of zinc-antimonide Stressed out: Research sheds new light on why rechargeable batteries fail
Released October 1, 2014
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Illustration of a heterogeneous structure made with 2-D materials $18-million NSF investment aims to take flat materials to new heights
Released September 30, 2014
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