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seal Antarctic seals may use Earth's magnetic field to navigate while hunting
Released December 22, 2014
Electronics on a human arm. Tomorrow's tech-most-wanted at Eureka Park
Released December 16, 2014
Banded sedimentary rocks in the Willwood formation in Wyoming Back to the future? Past global warming period echoes today's
Released December 15, 2014
Man holding Mediterranean mussels at the Penn Cove Shellfish Farm Ocean acidification a culprit in commercial shellfish hatcheries' failures
Released December 15, 2014
Peregrine falcon 'Big bang' of bird evolution mapped by international research team
Released December 11, 2014
Researchers in a lab Expected stay rates of US and foreign doctoral graduates diverge with time
Released December 11, 2014
professor and teacher in a class Partnerships for computer science education: Improving access at the K-12 levels
Released December 8, 2014
students working in class College Board launches new AP Computer Science Principles course
Released December 8, 2014
A bug box  that is the subject of the bug box competition. $1 million prize for digital innovation to capture info from traditional 'bug boxes'
Released December 5, 2014
image of a field and trees in Africa Increasing greenhouse gases linked to rains over Africa thousands of years ago
Released December 4, 2014
mathematical formulas Regarding the M in STEM
Released December 4, 2014
NSB logo Vannevar Bush award nominations re-opened
Released December 3, 2014
Image of Ebola virus Ebola rapid response
Released December 3, 2014
NSF logo National Science Foundation updates transparency and accountability practices
Released December 3, 2014
teenager learns about marine ecology at the New York Aquarium. Learning science: Taking stock of what happens outside of school
Released December 2, 2014
The National Science Foundation's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. Antarctic contract employee dies at NSF's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station
Released December 1, 2014
computer printed circuit board Innovative new supercomputers increase nation's computational capacity and capability
Released November 24, 2014
national science medals on a table President Obama presents the National Medals of Science, National Medals of Technology and Innovation
Released November 24, 2014
seabed research instrument under water Unmanned underwater vehicle provides first 3-D images of underside of Antarctic sea ice
Released November 24, 2014
graphic showing a forest, river, water bed section, sky and satellite NSF awards $1.35 million for new institute focused on Earth's critical zone: Where rock meets life
Released November 21, 2014
combines harvesting Boosts in productivity of corn and other crops modify Northern Hemisphere carbon dioxide cycle
Released November 19, 2014
illustration showing argicultural fields, sky and sunshine "Green Revolution" changes breathing of the biosphere
Released November 19, 2014
gloved hand performing lab work. Federal budget authority for R&D in FY 2014 rises slightly
Released November 19, 2014
illustration of a robot From cognition to control: Fundamental research continues to advance cooperative robots
Released November 19, 2014
Vannevar Bush Seventy years ago today, a science policy milestone
Released November 17, 2014
broader impacts improving society special report New special report highlights NSF-funded broader impacts
Released November 12, 2014
Artifacts from the burial site including stones and antlers Archaeologists discover remains of Ice-Age infants in Alaska
Released November 10, 2014
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
illustration showing a city, roads and people New Special Report highlights transformative potential of cyber-physical systems
Released November 6, 2014
Artist's reconstruction of the huge groundhog-like animal that once lived on Madagascar. Scientists discover fossil of bizarre groundhog-like mammal on Madagascar
Released November 5, 2014
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