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Brain rhythms synchronize with music and musical training can enhance the ability, according to the findings of NSF-funded Keith Doelling and his team

60-Second Science

Brain rhythms synchronize with music and musical training can enhance the ability, according to the findings of NSF-funded Keith Doelling and his team

A camera that is lense free, thinner than a dime, flexible, and cheap to make, thanks to NSF-funded Rice University researchers

The Discovery Files

A camera that is lense free, thinner than a dime, flexible, and cheap to make, thanks to NSF-funded Rice University researchers

Science podcaster Ainissa Ramirez discusses what inspires her topics for "Science Underground" and how to use podcasts in the science classroom

Lab Out Loud

Science podcaster Ainissa Ramirez discusses what inspires her topics for "Science Underground" and how to use podcasts in the science classroom

NSF-funded Jennifer Smith helped capture a global snapshot of fish species key to the health of coral reefs

Science Today

NSF-funded Jennifer Smith helped capture a global snapshot of fish species key to the health of coral reefs

NSF-funded psychologist Elizabeth Paluck of Princeton University discusses using social networks in schools to cut down on bullying

Science Update Podcast - Daily Edition

NSF-funded psychologist Elizabeth Paluck of Princeton University discusses using social networks in schools to cut down on bullying

Adult roach feces serve as a rallying call for baby roaches and ultimately inoculates them with beneficial gut microbes

60-Second Science

Adult roach feces serve as a rallying call for baby roaches and ultimately inoculates them with beneficial gut microbes

NSF-funded Lucia Jacobs works to understand the mechanisms of smell and odor navigation, with a goal of developing robots with that ability

Science Today

NSF-funded Lucia Jacobs works to understand the mechanisms of smell and odor navigation, with a goal of developing robots with that ability

Psychologist Lucia Jacobs participated in the NSF Olfactory Ideas Lab and is working with other researchers to crack the olfactory code

Science Today

Psychologist Lucia Jacobs participated in the NSF Olfactory Ideas Lab and is working with other researchers to crack the olfactory code

UT Austin researchers solve a longstanding mystery about how some fish seem to disappear from predators in the open waters of the ocean

The Discovery Files

UT Austin researchers solve a longstanding mystery about how some fish seem to disappear from predators in the open waters of the ocean

Tiny zaps, big results! NSF-funded supercomputers help researchers use lasers to change materials for medical and other applications

Advancing Discovery

Tiny zaps, big results! NSF-funded supercomputers help researchers use lasers to change materials for medical and other applications

NSF-funded David Schmale of Virginia Tech discusses the role of rain and how it primes the pump for biological activity

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded David Schmale of Virginia Tech discusses the role of rain and how it primes the pump for biological activity

Boris Vinatzer of Virginia Tech is looking to the skies to explore biodiversity, researching bacteria in the atmosphere and their role in weather

Pulse of the Planet

Boris Vinatzer of Virginia Tech is looking to the skies to explore biodiversity, researching bacteria in the atmosphere and their role in weather

NSF-funded researchers at the University of Illinois have fixed some problems with reverse osmosis that could make desalination much more practical

The Discovery Files

NSF-funded researchers at the University of Illinois have fixed some problems with reverse osmosis that could make desalination much more practical

Electrical engineer Yasamin Mostofi uses wifi to give x-ray vision to robots, with potential applications in everything from home security to search and rescue

Science Today

Electrical engineer Yasamin Mostofi uses wifi to give x-ray vision to robots, with potential applications in everything from home security to search and rescue

NSF-funded Chen Sun and his team have developed a computer chip that processes data much faster by shedding some light on the situation--literally!

60-Second Science

NSF-funded Chen Sun and his team have developed a computer chip that processes data much faster by shedding some light on the situation--literally!

Are crash dummies a thing of the past? Engineer Ashley Weaver used NSF-funded supercomputers to prove computer simulations work better for predicting injuries

BYU Radio

Are crash dummies a thing of the past? Engineer Ashley Weaver used NSF-funded supercomputers to prove computer simulations work better for predicting injuries

Astronomer Wladimir Lyra describes how he uses the NSF-funded supercomputing power of XSEDE to explore the origins of planet Earth

Advancing Discovery

Astronomer Wladimir Lyra describes how he uses the NSF-funded supercomputing power of XSEDE to explore the origins of planet Earth

Washington State University researchers are the first to discover how electrical stimulation works for the treatment of bacterial infections

The Discovery Files

Washington State University researchers are the first to discover how electrical stimulation works for the treatment of bacterial infections

NSF-funded Lisa Randall of Harvard University discusses her theory tying dark matter to the demise of the dinosaurs

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Lisa Randall of Harvard University discusses her theory tying dark matter to the demise of the dinosaurs

NSF-funded Celeste Nelson describes how she creates 3-D structures in culture to study tissue and organ development

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Celeste Nelson describes how she creates 3-D structures in culture to study tissue and organ development