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Margaret Murnane September 26, 2016
NSF awards $94 million to create four new Science and Technology Centers
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MiChroM output September 26, 2016
Rice biophysicists model genome mechanics
News From the Field
an equation on top of images September 16, 2016
Closing in on high-temperature superconductivity
News From the Field
The business sector was the largest funder of R&D. The federal government was the second-largest. September 15, 2016
U.S. sees sizable increase in R&D spending
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NSF INCLUDES awardee Marco Hatch September 12, 2016
First NSF INCLUDES awards issued to 37 projects
Press Release
image of mouse brain September 12, 2016
A global conversation to advance brain research Sept. 19
Media Advisory
orbital angular momentum or OAM vortices September 9, 2016
UMD physicists discover 'smoke rings' made of laser light
News From the Field
Kavli Prize September 6, 2016
Seven NSF-funded researchers recognized with Kavli Prizes
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a glowing rubber ball image a chair in a dark room September 6, 2016
Super-resolution microscope builds 3-D images by mapping negative space
News From the Field
optical microcavities September 6, 2016
New breed of optical soliton wave discovered
News From the Field
NGC 2264, August 30, 2016
A rare supernova challenges astronomers' understanding of the most energetic explosions in the universe
News From the Field
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
physics graphic August 24, 2016
Can one cosmic enigma help solve another?
News From the Field
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
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a microscopic sample of barium ions August 18, 2016
NSF-funded physicists discover ‘apparent departure from laws of thermodynamics’
News From the Field
circuit board August 15, 2016
NSF wants engineering researchers to bend rules (of classical physics)
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Joshua Plotkin July 21, 2016
Penn study models how the immune system might evolve to conquer HIV
News From the Field
a view inside the LUX detector July 21, 2016
World's most sensitive dark matter detector completes search
News From the Field
Besson pulls hardware out of a hole July 21, 2016
New detector at South Pole shows early success at neutrino hunting
News From the Field
a nanodiamond levitated in a vacuum chamber July 19, 2016
Electron spin control: Levitated nanodiamond is research gem
News From the Field
photo of the MuddyBot robot July 7, 2016
Recreating ancient vertebrate's first step on dry land
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Artist's impression of a planet in a triple-star system discovered by a University of Arizona team. July 7, 2016
Multiple suns and young planets: NSF-supported graduate researchers lead exoplanet discoveries
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the July 7, 2016
Robot helps study how first land animals moved 360 million years ago
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Logo image July 6, 2016
Submit your entry for 15th anniversary Vizzies scientific visualization challenge
Press Release
atoms in a P-S-U pattern June 27, 2016
New, better way to build circuits for world's first useful quantum computers
News From the Field
merging black holes June 23, 2016
Simulations foresee hordes of colliding black holes in LIGO's future
News From the Field
Alexey Shvets (left) and Anatoly Kolomeisky June 23, 2016
Proteins put up with the roar of the crowd
News From the Field
physics graphic June 22, 2016
Scientists begin modeling universe with Einstein's full theory of general relativity
News From the Field
artist's rendering of a thick accretion disk June 22, 2016
Dormant black hole eats star, becomes X-ray flashlight
News From the Field
University of Nebraska–Lincoln professors Edgar Cahoon and James Alfano study root systems. June 17, 2016
NSF announces 2016 EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Track-1 awards
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