NSF-funded Yehuda Bock uses inexpensive sensors and GPS to forecast storms and flooding
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NSF-funded John Bally discusses astronomy through the ages
NSF-funded Katharine Hayhoe discusses her role in the cable series 'Years of Living Dangerously'
NSF-funded Christopher Williams discusses 3-D printing
NSF-funded Kara Lavender Law discusses growing concerns over plastic in the ocean
An engineering breakthrough will allow cancer researchers to study a tumor’s behavior outside the body
NSF-funded George Sugihara comments on the difficulties in forecasting animal populations
Interview with NYU bioethicist Art Caplan, recipient of the 2014 NSB Public Service Award for an individual
NSF-funded A. David Reddish discusses a new study about decisions and regret
NSF-funded Jeff Kuhn discusses life in space and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence
Princeton and NYU study on how to make economic stimuli more productive
NSF-funded Geoffrey Schladow explains the technologies used to monitor Lake Tahoe
Interview with Scott Borg of NSF’s Polar Division, who is a finalist for the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal
NSF-funded Boris Vinatzer comments on seeding rain clouds
NSF-funded James Coan reveals how our brains are wired for empathy
New computer model helps scientists breed better soybean crops
NSF-funded Carlos Bustamante describes effort to map the genetics of Mexico's population
NSF-funded Matei Georgescu discusses the urban heat island effect and 'cool roofs'
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NSF-funded Andrew Grieshop comments on the dangers posed by cook stoves used in third world countries