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NSF-funded Alexis Billings of the University of Montana joins a discussion about what's happening in nature during the

On Point

NSF-funded Alexis Billings of the University of Montana joins a discussion about what’s happening in nature during the “dead” of winter

NSF-funded Christopher Williams of Virginia Tech discusses 3-D printed structural supports that have incredible resistance to compressive force

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Christopher Williams of Virginia Tech discusses 3-D printed structural supports that have incredible resistance to compressive force

NSF-funded Bob Dziak of Oregon State University discusses hydrophones, which separate natural sound from man-made in the briny deep

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Bob Dziak of Oregon State University discusses hydrophones, which separate natural sound from man-made in the briny deep

Hundreds of middle school students put their tech skills to the test - did they come out tech savvy or tech

The Discovery Files

Hundreds of middle school students put their tech skills to the test - did they come out tech savvy or tech "slacky"?

Past NSF-funded physicist Kip Thorne of Caltech discusses the science in the film

Planetary Radio

Past NSF-funded physicist Kip Thorne of Caltech discusses the science in the film "Interstellar"

NSF Alan T. Waterman Award winner Feng Zhang of MIT discusses methods of editing sequences of DNA in living cells

PNAS Science Sessions

NSF Alan T. Waterman Award winner Feng Zhang of MIT discusses methods of editing sequences of DNA in living cells

NSF-funded Patricia Dos Santos, of Wake Forest University, discusses harnessing the power of microbes to fight disease and manufacture products

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded Patricia Dos Santos, of Wake Forest University, discusses harnessing the power of microbes to fight disease and manufacture products

This new

The Discovery Files

This new "smart" lithium-ion battery, developed by NSF-funded Stanford University scientists, gives ample warning before it overheats 

An electronic game called

The Loh Down on Science

An electronic game called "Bond Breaker" was designed by scientists at the NSF-funded Center for Chemistry at the Space-Time Limit

Provided by KPCC & Cal Tech

NSF-funded Sean Huberty of Lansing Community College describes how the 'Tech Transport Bus' drives science learning

WKAR Public Media

NSF-funded Sean Huberty of Lansing Community College describes how the 'Tech Transport Bus' drives science learning

NSF-funded Curtis Marean of Arizona State University discusses the technological developments that made early humans deadly hunters

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded Curtis Marean of Arizona State University discusses the technological developments that made early humans deadly hunters

NSF-funded David Oglesby, of UC-Riverside, comments on the benefits of earthquake modeling and synthetic earthquakes

Science Today

NSF-funded David Oglesby, of UC-Riverside, comments on the benefits of earthquake modeling and synthetic earthquakes

Big-headed ant colonies produce larger soldiers when they encounter other ants that know how to fight back, according to NSF-funded research at the University of Illinois

The Discovery Files

Big-headed ant colonies produce larger soldiers when they encounter other ants that know how to fight back, according to NSF-funded research at the University of Illinois

NSF-funded Debra Fischer of Yale University discusses the tools needed in the search for other planets like Earth

Planetary Radio

NSF-funded Debra Fischer of Yale University discusses the tools needed in the search for other planets like Earth

NSF-funded Jeff Riffell of the University of Washington found that odor pollution may impede the pollination abilities of nectar-sipping insects, such as moths and butterflies

Science Update Podcast - Daily Edition

NSF-funded Jeff Riffell of the University of Washington found that odor pollution may impede the pollination abilities of nectar-sipping insects, such as moths and butterflies

NSF-funded Edward Cook discusses tree rings and crossdating

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Edward Cook discusses tree rings and crossdating

A region of the brain identified by University of Chicago scientists appears central to perceiving the combination of color and motion

The Discovery Files

A region of the brain identified by University of Chicago scientists appears central to perceiving the combination of color and motion

NSF-funded Anthony Zee explains how neutrinos could be used to facilitate communication with civilizations in other worlds

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Anthony Zee explains how neutrinos could be used to facilitate communication with civilizations in other worlds

NSF-funded Stephen Long discusses optimizing photosynthesis to increase plant productivity

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Stephen Long discusses optimizing photosynthesis to increase plant productivity