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An artist's conception of the Antarctic subglacial environment. What lies beneath West Antarctica?
Released April 28, 2016
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people gather wild plants near Kotzebue, Alaska Ties to Alaska's wild plants
Released April 25, 2016
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microchip and integrated circuits Federal research funding up 6 percent in FY2014
Released April 20, 2016
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The IceCube Neutrino Observatory NSF awards $35 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to continue operating IceCube Neutrino Observatory
Released March 30, 2016
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a section of Antarctica's Larsen B Ice Shelf Sea-level rise from Antarctic Ice Sheet could double
Released March 30, 2016
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William A. Tarpeh working in the lab NSF awards 2016 Graduate Research Fellowships
Released March 29, 2016
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rivers of melted ice and a meltwater lake Climate change: Greenland melting tied to shrinking Arctic sea ice
Released March 28, 2016
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Environmental chambers in early morning light in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta in western Alaska. NSF funds new $5.9 million Arctic data center at the University of California, Santa Barbara
Released March 23, 2016
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researchers dig a trench in permafrost UD prof studies how permafrost thawing affects vegetation, carbon cycle
Released March 2, 2016
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Vizzies logo National Science Foundation and Popular Science announce 2016 Vizzies winners
Released February 23, 2016
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nsf logo President Obama honors early career scientists with top White House award
Released February 18, 2016
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an example of a hidden cosmic-ray accelerator New clues in the hunt for the sources of cosmic neutrinos
Released February 18, 2016
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Poeple at a table creating origami Video: Six new stories debut in 'Science of Innovation' series
Released February 17, 2016
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illustration of a giant flightless bird New CU study confirms giant, flightless bird wandered the Arctic 50 million years ago
Released February 12, 2016
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Fiscal Year 2017 Budget request poster image Research into critical national issues at forefront of NSF's FY2017 budget request
Released February 9, 2016
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Budget rollout image National Science Foundation to present FY 2017 budget request
Released February 8, 2016
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Jakobshavn Isbrę glacier Scientists map movement of Greenland ice during past 9,000 years
Released February 4, 2016
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researchers disembark on Antarctica Scientific expedition to Antarctica will search for dinosaurs and more
Released February 1, 2016
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image of penguins Penguins, food and robots
Released January 6, 2016
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Icebergs in the Southern Ocean. Flying lab to investigate Southern Ocean's appetite for carbon
Released January 5, 2016
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ice sheet East Antarctic Ice Sheet has stayed frozen for 14 million years, Penn team reports
Released December 15, 2015
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clouds over the Greenland Ice Sheet Cloudy with a chance of warming
Released December 10, 2015
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 West Antarctica rift system The geography of Antarctica's underside
Released December 7, 2015
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polar graphic Climate can grind mountains faster than they can be rebuilt, study indicates
Released November 23, 2015
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St. Elias Mountains Climate can grind mountains faster than they can be rebuilt
Released November 23, 2015
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the tidewater Yahtse Glacier in Icy Bay, Alaska Climate can grind mountains faster than they can be rebuilt
Released November 23, 2015
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Comic showing three superheroes with text Generation Nano Small science, Superheroes Superhero boom inspires new contest, science learning
Released November 19, 2015
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Visualization of 3-D Cerebellar Cortex model 10 ways advanced computing catalyzes science
Released November 18, 2015
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John Paden is shown with NASA P3 aircraft Analysis exposes faster disintegration of major Greenland glacier
Released November 12, 2015
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the bedrock topography of Antarctica Geophysics could slow Antarctic ice retreat
Released November 10, 2015
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