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Early exposure to ASL promotes strong gaze-following and supports socio-communicative development.
NSF-funded scientists have made new discoveries about Antarctica's ice cliffs.
The researchers can manipulate the doughnuts with magnetic fields, as seen in image on right.
Researchers have discovered a gender problem in facial recognition software.
Scientists find species mobility, biodiversity may increase resilience to environmental challenges.
Scientists discover first evidence of fish with a magnetic memory of water currents.
Steven Beaupré studied how ancient organic matter travels from the ocean to the atmosphere.
Red seaweed growing along the coast of South Korea.
Uprooted trees may have washed into the Bay of Bengal and been buried in seafloor sediments.
Birdwatchers can reduce knowledge gaps about geographical and seasonal patterns.
Plant physiology will be as significant as climate change in future river flooding.
Scientists have found that the collapse of protein processes drives aging and death.
Fritz the ring-tailed lemur sniffs a tree for traces of other lemurs' scents.
A piece of the quantum puzzle
Polystyrene pollution at the tide's edge.
A freshwater harmful algal bloom turned Lake Erie a bright blue-green.
The bacterium that produces the antibiotic phazolicin results in a more robust plant.
Chemist Erin Carlson led research showing that nanoparticles can cause resistance in bacteria.
Results of a new study of protein structure may lead to better drug design.
Researchers have developed a new power grid approach that increases efficiency, reduces cost.