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Latest News Releases
Embargoed NSF news releases are available to reporters at EurekAlert.

From flowers' microscopic cells to thunderstorms called supercells, researchers study spring. April 19, 2017
New NSF special report released ahead of Earth Day: April Showers Bring The Science of Spring
News Release
Waterman metal April 18, 2017
National Science Foundation modifies Alan T. Waterman Award eligibility criteria
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Baratunde April 13, 2017
Two early career researchers honored with Alan T. Waterman Award
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Generation Nano: Small Science, Superheroes
Updated Oct. 3, 2016

The Nobel Prizes

Nobel Prizes: The NSF Connection
Updated Oct. 6, 2016

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Latest Discoveries

The King Air moves into a hangar; snow clouds are in the background. April 12, 2017
Atmospheric scientists wrap up winter cloud-seeding project in southwestern Idaho
Discovery
Contact network showing male tortoises (blue nodes), females (red nodes) and burrows (gray nodes). April 3, 2017
Infectious disease transmission in fish, mammals, other animals has implications for humans
Discovery
Fishing boats ply the waters of Africa's Lake Victoria, site of the research study. April 3, 2017
When human illness increases in natural resource-dependent areas, the environment suffers
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