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1. A Model Photochemical Compass for Bird Navigation
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Document Number: pr08071 
Document History: Posted:  April 30, 2008. 


2. A New Way to Think About Earth's First Cells
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Document Number: pr08094 
Document History: Posted:  June 4, 2008. 


3. A New Wrinkle in Thin Film Science (PR 07-091)
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Document Number: pr07091 
Document History: Posted:  August 3, 2007. 


4. A Newly Discovered Solar System Contains Scaled-Down Versions of Saturn and Jupiter
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Document Number: pr08021 
Document History: Posted:  February 14, 2008. 


5. A Planet in Progress?
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Document Number: pr08045 
Document History: Posted:  March 26, 2008. 


6. Astronomers Announce Exciting New Discovery Made with Microlensing Technique
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Document Number: ma08012 
Document History: Posted:  February 14, 2008. 


7. Astronomers Discover Link Between Supermassive Black Holes and Galaxy Formation
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Document Number: pr09012 
Document History: Posted:  February 2, 2009. 


8. Astronomers Discover New Type of Pulsating White Dwarf Star
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Document Number: pr08073 
Document History: Posted:  May 1, 2008. 


9. Astronomers Discover Six Planets Orbiting Nearby Stars
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Document Number: pr9971 
Document History: Posted:  November 29, 1999. 


10. Astronomers Find Evidence for the First Planet Seen Orbiting a Pair of Stars
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Document Number: pr9968 
Document History: Posted:  November 3, 1999. 


11. Astronomers Sight An Asteroid's Moon
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Document Number: pr9961 
Document History: Posted:  October 6, 1999. 


12. Attraction at the Atomic Level
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Document Number: pr08064 
Document History: Posted:  April 17, 2008. 


13. Breakthrough Image of Atomic Bonding Will Advance the Science of New Materials
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Document Number: pr9951 
Document History: Posted:  September 1, 1999. 


14. Bright Rings Found Around Sunspots Show Why Spots are Dark, Cast Shadow on Solar Models
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Document Number: pr9963 
Document History: Posted:  October 15, 1999. 


15. Catching a Glimpse of a Black Hole's Fury
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Document Number: pr08067 
Document History: Posted:  April 23, 2008. 


16. Catching Some Rays
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Document Number: pr07105 
Document History: Posted:  August 21, 2007. 


17. Dancing Atoms Now Understood
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Document Number: pr08210 
Document History: Posted:  November 25, 2008. 


18. Designer Isotopes Push the Frontier of Science
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Document Number: pr08078 
Document History: Posted:  May 9, 2008. 


19. Erb Honored by French Republic for Contributions to International Scientific Cooperation
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Document Number: pr07076 
Document History: Posted:  July 12, 2007. 


20. Experts to Discuss Recycling Carbon Dioxide
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Document Number: ma08027 
Document History: Posted:  July 1, 2008. 


21. Fire is an Important and Under-Appreciated Part of Global Climate Change
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Document Number: pr09081 
Document History: Posted:  April 23, 2009. 


22. Gazing up at the Man in the Star?
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Document Number: pr07062 
Document History: Posted:  May 31, 2007. 


23. Getting a Feel for the Nano World
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Document Number: pr07034 
Document History: Posted:  March 27, 2007. 


24. Getting Light to Bend Backwards
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Document Number: pr07143 
Document History: Posted:  October 16, 2007. 


25. Hold the Old Lace: Arsenic and Iron Material Is a Remarkable Superconductor
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Document Number: pr08085 
Document History: Posted:  May 28, 2008. 


26. Hydrogen-Powered Lawnmowers?
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Document Number: pr07004 
Document History: Posted:  January 22, 2007. 


27. In Unique Stellar Laboratory, Einstein's Theory Passes Strict, New Test
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Document Number: pr08116 
Document History: Posted:  July 3, 2008. 


28. International Year of Astronomy Kicks Off With Strong Support from the National Science Foundation
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Document Number: pr09004 
Document History: Posted:  January 15, 2009. 


29. Is Graphene the New Silicon?
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Document Number: pr08048 
Document History: Posted:  March 27, 2008. 


30. Journey to the 57th Dimension: Researchers Master One of the Largest, Most-Complicated Mathematical Structures
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Document Number: pr07029 
Document History: Posted:  March 19, 2007. 


31. Knowledge-Centered Awards Jump Start NSF Focus on I.T. for the 21st Century
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Document Number: pr9950 
Document History: Posted:  August 31, 1999. 


32. Lithium and Beryllium No Longer "Lack Chemistry"
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Document Number: pr08011 
Document History: Posted:  January 25, 2008. 


33. Mercury's Soft Center
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Document Number: pr07047 
Document History: Posted:  May 3, 2007. 


34. Metal Foam Has a Good Memory
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Document Number: pr07187 
Document History: Posted:  December 18, 2007. 


35. Metals Shape Up with a Little Help from Friends
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Document Number: pr08109 
Document History: Posted:  June 30, 2008. 


36. Miniscule Generators Convert Motion Into Nanoscale Electricity Source
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Document Number: pr07036 
Document History: Posted:  April 5, 2007. 


37. Molecular Walker Takes Baby Steps
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Document Number: pr08008 
Document History: Posted:  January 18, 2008. 


38. Mother Nature Knows Nano
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Document Number: pr08221 
Document History: Posted:  January 2, 2009. 


39. Nanomaterials with a Bright Future
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Document Number: pr07119 
Document History: Posted:  September 11, 2007. 


40. Nanowires, Digital Evolution and the Dark Side of the Universe
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Document Number: ma07025 
Document History: Posted:  August 30, 2007. 


41. National Science Foundation and Department of Homeland Security Partner to Address Nuclear Threats
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Document Number: pr07012 
Document History: Posted:  February 21, 2007. 


42. New Coating Is Virtual Black Hole for Reflections
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Document Number: pr07020 
Document History: Posted:  March 1, 2007. 


43. New Planet Discovered Around Nearby Star
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Document Number: pr07166 
Document History: Posted:  November 6, 2007. 


44. New Star Systems First of Their Kind (PR 08-049)
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Document Number: pr08049 
Document History: Posted:  April 1, 2008. 


45. New Technique Reveals Subtle Force-induced Changes in Biomolecule's Conformation
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Document Number: pr07141 
Document History: Posted:  October 12, 2007. 


46. New Type of Retinol Cell Discovered in Primates
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Document Number: pr07156 
Document History: Posted:  October 30, 2007. 


47. Newly Created Forms of Magnesium and Aluminum
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Document Number: pr07154 
Document History: Posted:  October 25, 2007. 


48. NSF Announces 2009 Alan T. Waterman Award Recipient
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Document Number: pr09037 
Document History: Posted:  March 3, 2009. 


49. NSF Awards 10 Grants for Studies of Coupled Natural and Human Systems
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Document Number: pr08173 
Document History: Posted:  October 3, 2008. 


50. NSF Awards 14 Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers
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Document Number: pr08167 
Document History: Posted:  September 30, 2008. 


51. NSF to Bestow Waterman Award to UCLA's 'Mozart of Math'
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Document Number: pr08057 
Document History: Posted:  April 10, 2008. 


52. Observatory Identifies Unique Stellar Laboratory and Tests Established Scientific Theory
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Document Number: ma08028 
Document History: Posted:  July 2, 2008. 


53. Origami Electronics?
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Document Number: pr07101 
Document History: Posted:  August 14, 2007. 


54. Palmer Station, Antarctica Celebrates Earth Day With an Underwater Clean Up
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Document Number: pr07044 
Document History: Posted:  April 23, 2007. 


55. Palomar Observatory is Last Stop on 24-Hour Webcast Linking Telescopes Around the Globe and in Space
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Document Number: pr09052 
Document History: Posted:  March 26, 2009. 


56. Radicals Shake Up Molecules in a Tug o' War
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Document Number: pr08117 
Document History: Posted:  July 3, 2008. 


57. Radio Observations Provide New Clues to Nature of Gamma Ray Fireball
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Document Number: pr9753 
Document History: Posted:  September 17, 1997. 


58. Remarkable New Clothing May Someday Power Your iPodŽ
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Document Number: pr08020 
Document History: Posted:  February 13, 2008. 


59. Researchers Make Breakthrough in the Production of Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
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Document Number: pr08217 
Document History: Posted:  December 15, 2008. 


60. Scientists Discover New Member of Exoplanet Family
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Document Number: ma07033 
Document History: Posted:  November 1, 2007. 


61. Scientists Discover Stinging Truths About Jellyfish Blooms in The Bering Sea
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Document Number: pr08088 
Document History: Posted:  May 29, 2008. 


62. Small is Big During NanoDays (PR 08-050)
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Document Number: pr08050 
Document History: Posted:  April 1, 2008. 


63. Small Planet, Small Star
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Document Number: pr08093 
Document History: Posted:  June 2, 2008. 


64. Star Count Goes Global
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Document Number: pr08180 
Document History: Posted:  October 15, 2008. 


65. Team Selected for the Proposed Design of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory
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Document Number: pr07075 
Document History: Posted:  July 10, 2007. 


66. Texas High School Students Present Research Results at National Astronomy Conference
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Document Number: pr08015 
Document History: Posted:  January 30, 2008. 


67. The Lightness of Electrons in a Twisting Metal Crystal
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Document Number: pr08128 
Document History: Posted:  July 25, 2008. 


68. The Secret of a Snake's Slither
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Document Number: pr09121 
Document History: Posted:  June 9, 2009. 


69. Tornado-like Rotation is Key to Understanding Volcanic Plumes
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Document Number: pr09051 
Document History: Posted:  March 25, 2009. 


70. Town Meeting: Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory (DUSEL)
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Document Number: ma07031 
Document History: Posted:  October 30, 2007. 


71. Universally Speaking, Earthlings Share a Nice Neighborhood
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Document Number: pr08137 
Document History: Posted:  August 7, 2008. 


72. When A Good Nanoparticle Goes Bad
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Document Number: pr08200 
Document History: Posted:  November 10, 2008. 


73. World's Smallest Storage Space ... the Nucleus of an Atom
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Document Number: pr08187 
Document History: Posted:  October 23, 2008. 


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