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Creating a sense of belonging helps keep women in STEM -- but teachers might not realize that need. August 26, 2016
'Belonging' can help keep talented female students in STEM classes
Discovery
Researcher Stephen Foulger works at the Advanced Materials Research Lab in Anderson, South Carolina. August 22, 2016
NSF announces $55 million toward national research priorities
Press Release
cells isolated from stingray gills August 19, 2016
Proton pump found to regulate blood pH in stingrays
News From the Field
Ribbed mussels support salt marsh grasses during a 2016 drought at Sapelo Island, Georgia. August 19, 2016
Biodiversity in salt marshes builds climate resilience
Discovery
a mussel mound August 18, 2016
Mussel flexing: Bivalve save drought-stricken marshes, research finds
News From the Field
limb of a mouse (left) and a fish fin (right) August 17, 2016
New techniques boost understanding of how fish fins became fingers
News From the Field
a species of sea urchin August 17, 2016
Climate change alters the rules of sperm competition in the sea
News From the Field
a nesting male ocellated wrasse collects algae August 16, 2016
Female fish can favor sperm from preferred males despite external fertilization
News From the Field
Rebecca Safran holding a bird August 15, 2016
CU Boulder study: Mate choices of barn swallows tied to diverging appearances
News From the Field
a Colorado Rocky Mountain forest August 11, 2016
Slower snowmelt affects downstream water availability in western mountains
News From the Field
Zebra finches August 10, 2016
Stress bites! USF researchers study mosquito/bird interactions
News From the Field
a blue mussel clings to a rock August 9, 2016
Why are New England's wild blue mussels disappearing?
News From the Field
protein folding August 8, 2016
Slowly pulling proteins apart reveals unexpected path to stability
News From the Field
ZMapp targets the Ebola virus August 8, 2016
TSRI scientists pinpoint Ebola's weak spots
News From the Field
Aedes aegypti mosquito August 5, 2016
Calculating solutions to combat Zika
Discovery
When they're mature, sunflowers stop tracking the sun and instead face solely eastward. August 4, 2016
Sunflowers move from east to west, and back, by the clock
Press Release
an artistís rendering of Echovenator sandersi August 4, 2016
Echo hunter: Researchers name new fossil whale with high-frequency hearing
News From the Field
image of sunflowers August 4, 2016
Sunflowers move by the clock
News From the Field
A Colorado Rocky Mountain forest during the winter-spring transition period, which is changing. August 3, 2016
Earlier snowmelt decreases streamflow, reduces forests' ability to regulate atmospheric carbon dioxide
Press Release
the schizophrenia simulator August 3, 2016
Schizophrenia simulator: When chemistry upends sanity's balance
News From the Field
a Colorado Rocky Mountain forest August 3, 2016
Early snowmelt reduces forests' atmospheric CO2 uptake, decreases streamflow volume
News From the Field
clara and her pup eating August 3, 2016
Energetic cost of rearing a pup seen in soaring metabolic rate of sea-otter mom
News From the Field
nanocarrier August 2, 2016
Penn researchers improve computer modeling for designing drug-delivery nanocarriers
News From the Field
bacteria evolution August 2, 2016
Bacteria show capacity for rapid, beneficial mutations
News From the Field
Gemma Reguera August 2, 2016
Patented bioelectrodes have electrifying taste for waste
News From the Field
lab bottles August 1, 2016
Still changing after all these years
News From the Field
fossils from Zaris site in Namibia July 29, 2016
New fossil evidence supports theory that first mass extinction was engineered by early animals
News From the Field
TEM image of C. reinhardtii July 28, 2016
Novel 'repair system' discovered in algae may yield new tools for biotechnology
News From the Field
biology graphic July 26, 2016
Male frogs have sex on land to keep competitors away
News From the Field
pair of Scinax alcatraz laying eggs July 26, 2016
Sexual rivalry may drive frog reproductive behaviors
News From the Field
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