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The fanged frog gives birth to tadpoles instead of laying eggs, a trait that has never been seen before in any frog species

Quirks & Quarks

The fanged frog gives birth to tadpoles instead of laying eggs, a trait that has never been seen before in any frog species

We're older than we thought! NSF funding contributes to the discovery of the earliest human fossil

The Naked Scientists

We're older than we thought! NSF funding contributes to the discovery of the earliest human fossil 

May is Lyme Disease Awareness month, but an NSF-funded study found that warmer temperatures are changing tick season

The Discovery Files

May is Lyme Disease Awareness month, but an NSF-funded study found that warmer temperatures are changing tick season

NSF-funded Ken Golden, mathematician and adventurer, explains the mathematics of sea ice and how his findings relate to climate change

AMS Mathematical Moments

NSF-funded Ken Golden, mathematician and adventurer, explains the mathematics of sea ice and how his findings relate to climate change

NSF-funded paleontologist Mary Higby Schweitzer of North Carolina State University discusses how science sometimes disproves common knowledge

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded paleontologist Mary Higby Schweitzer of North Carolina State University discusses how science sometimes disproves common knowledge

NSF-funded Ben Knapp discusses how science and art intertwine in his exploration of the relationship between emotion and music

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Ben Knapp discusses how science and art intertwine in his exploration of the relationship between emotion and music

NSF-funded Ben Knapp discusses the translation of emotions directly to musical sound, with a little help from computers

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Ben Knapp discusses the translation of emotions directly to musical sound, with a little help from computers

Scientists have discovered a reset button for the brain's master biological clock, a finding which could lead to new treatments

The Discovery Files

Scientists have discovered a reset button for the brain’s master biological clock, a finding which could lead to new treatments

Anthropologist Brian Villmoare, co-author of a paper in the journal Science, discusses a fossil discovery that represents a new species in the human family

Quirks & Quarks

Anthropologist Brian Villmoare, co-author of a paper in the journal Science, discusses a fossil discovery that represents a new species in the human family

NSF postdoctoral fellow Joshua Schraiber explains how supercomputing helped reveal surprising European ancestors

TACC Podcast

NSF postdoctoral fellow Joshua Schraiber explains how supercomputing helped reveal surprising European ancestors

NSF-funded Nasser Peyghambarian discusses the 3-D holographic video technology at the NSF Engineering Research Center for Integrated Access Networks

American Variety Radio

NSF-funded Nasser Peyghambarian discusses the 3-D holographic video technology at the NSF Engineering Research Center for Integrated Access Networks

Jeff Donnelly of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution discusses his recently published study that reveals Cape Cod's surprisingly stormy past

Living Lab on The Point

Jeff Donnelly of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution discusses his recently published study that reveals Cape Cod’s surprisingly stormy past

NSF-funded Maryam Modjaz of New York University discusses stellar death events and how stars are born

Scientist the Human Podcast

NSF-funded Maryam Modjaz of New York University discusses stellar death events and how stars are born

NSF-funded Elizabeth Archie of Notre Dame University discusses interactions among baboons and their microbiomes

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Elizabeth Archie of Notre Dame University discusses interactions among baboons and their microbiomes

We're kicking off 'National Small Business Week' with this feature about Altaeros Energies, a company that harnesses high-altitude winds to deploy low-cost power

The Discovery Files

We're kicking off 'National Small Business Week' with this feature about Altaeros Energies, a company that harnesses high-altitude winds to deploy low-cost power

NSF-funded Soren Meibom discusses a new technique for determining the age of a star

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Soren Meibom discusses a new technique for determining the age of a star

Lorrie Cranor of Carnegie Mellon University discusses the risk of losing personal data from your cell phone

The Naked Scientists

Lorrie Cranor of Carnegie Mellon University discusses the risk of losing personal data from your cell phone

NSF-funded research shows how semi-arid ecosystems actually benefit from dirt mounds left by termites

The Discovery Files

NSF-funded research shows how semi-arid ecosystems actually benefit from dirt mounds left by termites

NSF-funded Gene Robinson discusses his life as a scientist and his research on the 'hive mind'

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Gene Robinson discusses his life as a scientist and his research on the 'hive mind'