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National Science Foundation
Now Showing: Film, TV, Museums & More
Promoting Public Understanding of Science & Engineering
NSF supports a wide variety of educational and informational projects for the general public
IMAX films and other film projects for diverse audiences
Permanent, regional and traveling exhibits and associated outreach programs
Innovative programs for children and adults, and science information material for broadcasters
Radio shows, Web-based resources, community programs, life-long learning opportunities
Overview of NSF's Informal Science Education program

Pulse of the Planet

Pulse of the Planet logo

This Web site links visitors to radio broadcasts, illustrated features, science diaries, and more. Each weekday, Pulse of the Planet provides its listeners with a two-minute sound portrait of planet earth, tracking the rhythms of nature, culture and science worldwide, and blending interviews and extraordinary natural sound. Pulse of the Planet is broadcast over 320 public and commercial stations around the world and on the Voice of America and the Armed Forces Radio Network, reaching over one million listeners daily. The series is presented by the National Science Foundation.

Visit the "Pulse of the Planet" Web site: http://www.pulseplanet.com.



Credit: Louise Fili