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A new battery, developed with NSF support, could make renewable energy sources far more economical and reliable

The Discovery Files

A new battery, developed with NSF support, could make renewable energy sources far more economical and reliable

NSF-funded Ted Shuur explains the effect of climate change on permafrost in Alaska's tundra

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Ted Shuur explains the effect of climate change on permafrost in Alaska’s tundra

NSF-funded Don Wuebbles discusses extreme weather and climate change

The Naked Scientists

NSF-funded Don Wuebbles discusses extreme weather and climate change

NSF-funded research sheds new light on the evolution of food crops and other flowering plants

Science Beat

NSF-funded research sheds new light on the evolution of food crops and other flowering plants

NSF-funded David Carroll explains how we can produce our own power with Power Felt

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded David Carroll explains how we can produce our own power with Power Felt

Blending fracking wastewater with acid mine drainage might reduce the impact of both, according to an NSF-funded study

The Discovery Files

Blending fracking wastewater with acid mine drainage might reduce the impact of both, according to an NSF-funded study

Past NSF-funded David Lodge used environmental DNA to track invasive Asian Carp in Lake Michigan

Nature

Past NSF-funded David Lodge used environmental DNA to track invasive Asian Carp in Lake Michigan

NSF-funded Aaron Seitz co-developed a video game that improved the vision of basketball players

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Aaron Seitz co-developed a video game that improved the vision of basketball players

NSF-funded Jim Osborn discusses how robots will take care of the elderly

Spectrum Radio

NSF-funded Jim Osborn discusses how robots will take care of the elderly

NSF-funded David Hu designs robots to fly in challenging weather

PNAS Science Sessions

NSF-funded David Hu designs robots to fly in challenging weather

NSF-funded John Long uses 'evolvabots' to study the process of evolution

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded John Long uses ‘evolvabots’ to study the process of evolution

NSF-funded Edgar Lobaton develops software that enables biobots to map disaster sites

Spectrum Radio

NSF-funded Edgar Lobaton develops software that enables biobots to map disaster sites

Past NSF-funded Michael Goldstein of Cornell discusses how baby babble slowly builds toward language

Sift

Past NSF-funded Michael Goldstein of Cornell discusses how baby babble slowly builds toward language

NSF-funded Adam Siepel explains why humans & chimpanzees are drastically different, despite sharing DNA

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded Adam Siepel explains why humans & chimpanzees are drastically different, despite sharing DNA

Humanoid robot 'Russell' engages children with autism, teaching them learning skills

Science Nation

Humanoid robot 'Russell' engages children with autism, teaching them learning skills

Babies are able to make inferences about social relationships, according to an NSF-funded U. of Chicago study

The Discovery Files

Babies are able to make inferences about social relationships, according to an NSF-funded U. of Chicago study

NSF-funded Simon DeDeo discusses emergence and the human brain

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Simon DeDeo discusses emergence and the human brain

NSF-funded Markus Deserno discusses what happens if you travel through the center of the Earth

I Wonder...

NSF-funded Markus Deserno discusses what happens if you travel through the center of the Earth

NSF-funded John Valley discusses his finding that the Earth likely cooled 100 million years earlier than previous estimates

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded John Valley discusses his finding that the Earth likely cooled 100 million years earlier than previous estimates