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Harvard graduate student Courtney Dressing discusses a breakthrough that will help in the search for Earth-like planets

Quirks & Quarks

Harvard graduate student Courtney Dressing discusses a breakthrough that will help in the search for Earth-like planets

NSF-funded Christopher Williams of Virginia Tech discusses innovations created by 3-D printing

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Christopher Williams of Virginia Tech discusses innovations created by 3-D printing

UC Berkeley researchers have found that the crop yields of organic agriculture are higher than previously thought

The Discovery Files

UC Berkeley researchers have found that the crop yields of organic agriculture are higher than previously thought

NSF-funded Rebecca Safran of the University of Colorado discusses 'birds of a feather' researching the formation of new species together

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Rebecca Safran of the University of Colorado discusses 'birds of a feather' researching the formation of new species together

NSF-funded Andrew Elmore of the University of Maryland comments on how trees respond to rapid climate change

Climate Connections

NSF-funded Andrew Elmore of the University of Maryland comments on how trees respond to rapid climate change

NSF-funded Peter Dodds of the University of Vermont discusses how he attempted to measure the world's happiness

The Naked Scientists

NSF-funded Peter Dodds of the University of Vermont discusses how he attempted to measure the world’s happiness

Past NSF grantee Kathleen Alexander of Virginia Tech comments on how landscape transformations impact water quality

Pulse of the Planet

Past NSF grantee Kathleen Alexander of Virginia Tech comments on how landscape transformations impact water quality

UC Berkeley researchers develop technology that will enable fitness trackers to measure blood-oxygen levels

The Discovery Files

UC Berkeley researchers develop technology that will enable fitness trackers to measure blood-oxygen levels

NSF-funded Gary McCracken of the University of Tennessee joins a discussion about how bats can both help and hurt humans

On Point

NSF-funded Gary McCracken of the University of Tennessee joins a discussion about how bats can both help and hurt humans

NSF-funded Eric Leuthardt of Washington University discusses science fiction meeting reality in the realm of brain-computer interfaces

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Eric Leuthardt of Washington University discusses science fiction meeting reality in the realm of brain-computer interfaces

In honor of Albert Einstein's birthday tomorrow, here's the story of Einsteinium, atomic number 99 in the Periodic Table of Elements

Chemistry In Its Element - Periodic Table

In honor of Albert Einstein’s birthday tomorrow, here’s the story of Einsteinium, atomic number 99 in the Periodic Table of Elements

NSF-funded Sean Cutler of UC Riverside discusses a drought-resistant spray for crops, using engineered abscisic acid receptors, based on a paper in Nature

Nature

NSF-funded Sean Cutler of UC Riverside discusses a drought-resistant spray for crops, using engineered abscisic acid receptors, based on a paper in Nature

Clemson University researchers find that blending movement and computer programming supports girls in building computational thinking skills

The Discovery Files

Clemson University researchers find that blending movement and computer programming supports girls in building computational thinking skills

Michael Zemcov of Caltech discusses an NSF-supported study that detected large amounts of light coming from the apparently empty space between bright galaxies, based on a paper in Science

Quirks & Quarks

Michael Zemcov of Caltech discusses an NSF-supported study that detected large amounts of light coming from the apparently empty space between bright galaxies, based on a paper in Science

Past NSF-funded Jason Keller of Chapman University discusses bogs and the carbon cycle

The Academic Minute

Past NSF-funded Jason Keller of Chapman University discusses bogs and the carbon cycle

Past NSF-funded Jason Keller of Chapman University discusses bogs and the carbon cycle

The Academic Minute

Past NSF-funded Jason Keller of Chapman University discusses bogs and the carbon cycle

NSF-funded Nathan Lewis of Caltech discusses solar fuels and solar energy storage

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Nathan Lewis of Caltech discusses solar fuels and solar energy storage

Researchers at Vanderbilt and Portland State Universities find that Archaea, a mysterious family of single-celled organisms that thrive in extreme environments, could be a source of novel pharmaceuticals

The Discovery Files

Researchers at Vanderbilt and Portland State Universities find that Archaea, a mysterious family of single-celled organisms that thrive in extreme environments, could be a source of novel pharmaceuticals

Princeton University researchers find evidence suggesting that the dinosaurs might have faced a cataclysmic one-two punch

Quirks & Quarks

Princeton University researchers find evidence suggesting that the dinosaurs might have faced a cataclysmic one-two punch

Past NSF-funded Caren Cooper of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences comments on the contributions of birders who double as citizen scientists

Climate Connections

Past NSF-funded Caren Cooper of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences comments on the contributions of birders who double as citizen scientists