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Two entrepreneurs describe their nanomanufacturing start-ups and what it was like to be profiled in the 2015 film From Lab to Fab

Current Science & Technology Podcast

Two entrepreneurs describe their nanomanufacturing start-ups and what it was like to be profiled in the 2015 film From Lab to Fab

West Nile virus forecasts? It might be possible thanks to NSF-funded research that is finding correlations between weather patterns and virus outbreaks

2015 & Earlier NSF Interviews & Webcasts

West Nile virus forecasts? It might be possible thanks to NSF-funded research that is finding correlations between weather patterns and virus outbreaks

Researchers have identified a sort of spiral staircase design in the Mantis shrimp's dactyl claw, a hammer-like appendage often used to pummel prey

The Discovery Files

Researchers have identified a sort of spiral staircase design in the Mantis shrimp's dactyl claw, a hammer-like appendage often used to pummel prey

Mathematician Wesley Pegden explains how computer-generated 'sandpiles' topple and create amazing fractal patterns

AMS Mathematical Moments

Mathematician Wesley Pegden explains how computer-generated 'sandpiles' topple and create amazing fractal patterns

NSF Waterman Award winner Scott Aaronson comments on a vexing puzzle in computer science - the so-called "P versus NP" problem

The Naked Scientists

NSF Waterman Award winner Scott Aaronson comments on a vexing puzzle in computer science - the so-called "P versus NP" problem

NSF-funded Alán Aspuru-Guzik of Harvard University uses supercomputing as a "molecular spaceship"

PNAS Science Sessions

NSF-funded Alán Aspuru-Guzik of Harvard University uses supercomputing as a “molecular spaceship”

A soil microbe discovered by University of Delaware researchers mobilizes an 'iron shield' to block the uptake of toxic arsenic in rice

The Discovery Files

A soil microbe discovered by University of Delaware researchers mobilizes an ‘iron shield’ to block the uptake of toxic arsenic in rice

NSF-funded Eric Leuthardt of Washington University meets us at the intersection of science fiction and brain-computer interfaces

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Eric Leuthardt of Washington University meets us at the intersection of science fiction and brain-computer interfaces

Scientists crunch the numbers on how wrinkles form in materials for a wide range of applications

AMS Mathematical Moments

Scientists crunch the numbers on how wrinkles form in materials for a wide range of applications

NSF-funded Shankar Sastry, director of TRUST, discusses security concerns surrounding our ever more computerized infrastructure

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Shankar Sastry, director of TRUST, discusses security concerns surrounding our ever more computerized infrastructure

Johns Hopkins University -led research demonstrates for the first time that memories for colors are biased in favor of 'best' versions of basic colors over colors actually seen

The Discovery Files

Johns Hopkins University –led research demonstrates for the first time that memories for colors are biased in favor of 'best' versions of basic colors over colors actually seen

Can "fertilizing" our oceans help stave off rising ocean temps? Geochemist Michael Hochella discusses what happens when iron-containing nanoparticles reach the ocean

Pulse of the Planet

Can "fertilizing" our oceans help stave off rising ocean temps? Geochemist Michael Hochella discusses what happens when iron-containing nanoparticles reach the ocean

When it comes to heavy metal pollution in rivers, geochemist Michael Hochella of Virginia Tech thinks small - very small!

Pulse of the Planet

When it comes to heavy metal pollution in rivers, geochemist Michael Hochella of Virginia Tech thinks small - very small!

Geochemist Michael Hochella of Virginia Tech is following nanoparticles down river to gauge their impact on heavy metal toxic waste

Pulse of the Planet

Geochemist Michael Hochella of Virginia Tech is following nanoparticles down river to gauge their impact on heavy metal toxic waste

NSF-funded Roland Kays discusses his camera trapping study involving hundreds of citizen scientists in six states

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded Roland Kays discusses his camera trapping study involving hundreds of citizen scientists in six states

Gregory Hickok of UC Irvine discusses the brain cells known as mirror neurons and applications of the mirror neuron theory

All in the Mind

Gregory Hickok of UC Irvine discusses the brain cells known as mirror neurons and applications of the mirror neuron theory

A new technique, developed with NSF support, makes possible molecular diodes that perform 50 times better

The Discovery Files

A new technique, developed with NSF support, makes possible molecular diodes that perform 50 times better 

Why are some plant species able to invade, while others are not? Ecologist Jean Burns describes how she's trying to find out

One Species at a Time

Why are some plant species able to invade, while others are not? Ecologist Jean Burns describes how she's trying to find out

NSF-funded Larry Smarr of UCSD discusses the research that is ushering in the age of cognitive computing

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Larry Smarr of UCSD discusses the research that is ushering in the age of cognitive computing