text-only page produced automatically by LIFT Text
Transcoder Skip all navigation and go to page contentSkip top navigation and go to directorate navigationSkip top navigation and go to page navigation
National Science Foundation
News
design element
News
News From the Field
For the News Media
Special Reports
Research Overviews
NSF-Wide Investments
Speeches & Lectures
NSF Current Newsletter
Multimedia Gallery
News Archive
 


NSF Current Archive

With the July 2013 issue, NSF suspended publication of the monthly NSF Current newsletter. For continuing coverage of our research and education efforts, please see our SEE Innovation website and our News, Discoveries and Multimedia Gallery home pages.

You can receive automatic notifications by subscribing to our RSS feeds. What is RSS?

VIEW THE LATEST EDITION:
NSF Current, July 2013 Edition July 2013
NSF Plans Headquarters Move to Alexandria... Follow the Puma: Tracking Animals With Smart-Phone, Video-Game Technologies... Magnetic Material Removes Heavy Metal From Water... Migration of the Monarchs: A Movie and a Role for Citizen Scientists... The Secrets of Rubber: Solved!... Students to Study Plastic Pollution in the Atlantic Ocean... NSF Releases Master Plan for McMurdo Station
Date Updated: 06/28/13
 

Past editions are also available: 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005

NSF Current, June 2013 Edition June 2013
Cataloguing the Turtles of the World... Technology Identifies Speech With Blazing Speed... Undergrads Unlock Fruit- and Flower-Aging Process... Painting a Changing World... Diversity Programs Give Illusion of Corporate Fairness... South Pole Observatory Detects High-Energy Neutrinos... Report Shows Baccalaureate Origins of Doctorate Recipients
Date Updated: 06/03/13
NSF Current, May 2013 Edition May 2013
NSF FY 2014 Budget Request Sustains Momentum... Peat Bogs: An Underestimated Source of Greenhouse Gases... Mars' Formation Explains Its Small Size... Researchers Identify Genetics of van Gogh's Sunflower... Looking in on the Nanoworld... Unraveling the Fabric of the Brain... U.S. Academic Research Facilities Have Grown
Date Updated: 04/30/13
NSF Current, April 2013 Edition April 2013
Waves Generated by Meteor Are Recorded Crossing the U.S.... Scientists Uncover Genetic Clues to Irish Famine... Graphene Is Gaining a Foothold in the Marketplace... Learning Science While Building a Moon... Tiny Glow Sticks for Cancer Detection... Former NSF Director To Receive Vannevar Bush Award... U.S. Academic Research Spending Hits New High... World Penguin Day; Antarctic Penguins Celebrate
Date Updated: 04/01/13
NSF Current, March 2013 Edition March 2013
NSF Director Moves; Engineering Head Appointed... Artificial Retina Gets FDA Approval... Magnetism Helps Salmon Return Home... Preventing Contamination of Antarctic Lake... National Medal of Science: 50 Years... Science of Innovation Videos... Cyberinfrastructure Advances
Date Updated: 02/28/13
NSF Current, January - February 2013 Edition January-February 2013
Ice Sheets Melting Faster... Graduate Research Fellows: New Overseas Opportunities... Ocean's Tiniest Critters... Doctorate Job Market... Tough Flu Questions... Dinosaurs Older than Thought... ALMA Observes Star Formation... Winners of Visualization Challenge
Date Updated: 01/31/13
NSF Current, December 2012 Edition December 2012
Graduate Research Fellowships: 60 Years... Predicting Storm Surges and Property Values... Mississippi River Diversion Helped Wetlands... Computer Scientist Who Studies Emotion... Email "Vacations" Reduce Stress... Why We Need Insects… They Come to Learn…
Date Updated: 12/04/12
NSF Current, November 2012 Edition November 2012
Colors of Fall... Arctic Heat… Tectonic plates… NSF Supports Nobel Prize Winners... Engineering a New Face After Injury... R/V Sikuliaq...Supercomputers...Robot Earns Award...
Date Updated: 11/02/12
NSF Current, October 2012 Edition October 2012
Texting and driving... Gen X and climate change... Biodiversity and health... Planting natives attract birds... R&D locally concentrated... Future water availability... Citizen science
Date Updated: 10/02/12
NSF Current, September 2012 Edition September 2012
Tick-borne diseases... Virtual crime scenes... Alpine plants at cliff's edge... R&D funding... Robotic cars help disabled kids... SciVis Challenge... Design Squad Nation
Date Updated: 09/11/12
Email this pagePrint this page
Back to Top of page