NSF-funded engineer Greg Rorrer & Oregon State U. team create nanomaterials using diatoms
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NSF-funded Mary Cummings at MIT discusses drones, and more
NSF funding in advanced materials improves prosthetic limbs
Featuring past NSF-funded scientist Judith Iriarte-Gross at Middle Tennessee State University.
NSF-funded scientist Mark Loewen’s discovery about the Lythronax fossil, published in PLOS One
NSF-funded Brown and Yale study shows human and rat brains adapt in a similar way to errors.
NSF-funded scientist Orlin Velev develops biologically-inspired devices that generate electricity
NSF-funded researchers develop way to map collapsed buildings with insect cyborg swarms
NSF-funded Nina Kraus comments on how playing a musical instrument affects hearing later in life
NSF-funded IceCube Neutrino Observatory & first sign of high-energy neutrinos from outside the solar system
NSF-funded scientist Karl Deisseroth discusses optogenetics, which he invented in 2005
NSF-funded marine ecologist Mark Bertness discusses marsh die-off
NSF funding leads to first computer based on carbon nanotube technology
NSF-funded Harvard computer scientist Leslie Valiant discusses complexity & evolution
Featuring NSF-funded Mary Kirchhoff, education director at the American Chemical Society
NSF-funded Ashlee Rowe discusses mice resistance to scorpion stings, as reported in 'Science'
NSF-funded scientist Tad Pfeffer discusses the IPCC report & sea level rise
NSF-funded researchers discover a biological pathway that causes irregular heartbeats
NSF-funded MIT engineer Mary Cummings discusses 'drones'
NSF-funded Matt Sponheimer discusses his PNAS Paper about early hominin diets