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Engineers of the New Millennium

"Responding to Disasters, from Prediction to Recovery," part of the NSF Engineers of the New Millennium public radio documentary series

Happy National Engineers Week! In this feature, you'll find out how Johns Hopkins University engineers devised a way to determine if a city is more susceptible to blackouts after hurricanes

The Discovery Files

Happy National Engineers Week! In this feature, you'll find out how Johns Hopkins University engineers devised a way to determine if a city is more susceptible to blackouts after hurricanes

Happy National Engineers Week! In this feature, NSF-funded biomedical engineer Bin He and his team explain the technology behind their mind-controlled quadcopter.

Science Nation

Happy National Engineers Week! In this feature, NSF-funded biomedical engineer Bin He and his team explain the technology behind their mind-controlled quadcopter.

We're kicking off National Engineers Week with

Engineers of the New Millennium

We're kicking off National Engineers Week with "Life in 2030," part of the NSF and IEEE Engineers of the New Millennium public radio documentary series.

NSF-funded Kate Scholberg of Duke University discusses new discoveries in neutrino physics

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Kate Scholberg of Duke University discusses new discoveries in neutrino physics

Past NSF-funded Sara Cahan discusses hybridization involving two species of harvester ants, as described in a paper in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Quirks & Quarks

Past NSF-funded Sara Cahan discusses hybridization involving two species of harvester ants, as described in a paper in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

You may see what you're tracking into your home, but now there's new scientific evidence of just how much you're tracking

The Discovery Files

You may see what you're tracking into your home, but now there's new scientific evidence of just how much you're tracking "out" of the house!

NSF-funded Alán Aspuru-Guzik of Harvard University discusses how he uses supercomputing as a

PNAS Science Sessions

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

NSF-funded Nima Arkani-Hamed of Princeton University discusses the basic workings of matter and the amplituhedron

The Science Show

NSF-funded Nima Arkani-Hamed of Princeton University discusses the basic workings of matter and the amplituhedron

Provided by ABC Radio in Australia

NSF-funded David Bottjer of the University of Southern California comments on global warming and mass extinctions

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded David Bottjer of the University of Southern California comments on global warming and mass extinctions

To mark National Inventor's Day in the U.S., here's

2009-2015 NSF Webcasts & Interviews

To mark National Inventor's Day in the U.S., here's "Mind of the Innovator," a public radio documentary about how engineers think, and where innovation originates.

NSF-funded Harvard graduate student Courtney Dressing and colleagues may have found the formula for the mass and composition of Earth-like planets

Planetary Radio

NSF-funded Harvard graduate student Courtney Dressing and colleagues may have found the formula for the mass and composition of Earth-like planets

NSF-funded Kate Scholberg of Duke University discusses new discoveries in neutrino physics

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Kate Scholberg of Duke University discusses new discoveries in neutrino physics

NSF-funded Bill Conner describes how his team used bat-inspired sonar to create a device that may someday help blind people

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded Bill Conner describes how his team used bat-inspired sonar to create a device that may someday help blind people

NSF-funded Bill Conner describes a newly discovered feeding strategy found in the Mexican free-tailed bat

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded Bill Conner describes a newly discovered feeding strategy found in the Mexican free-tailed bat

Northwestern University research finds a possible second use for old Blu-ray Discs - as sun catchers

The Discovery Files

Northwestern University research finds a possible second use for old Blu-ray Discs - as sun catchers

NSF-funded Lee Cooper comments on disappearing sea ice in Alaska and the changing ecology of the Arctic Ocean

Climate Connections

NSF-funded Lee Cooper comments on disappearing sea ice in Alaska and the changing ecology of the Arctic Ocean

NSF-funded Ph.D. student Jan Gogarten describes how she and colleagues tracked down the source of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Ph.D. student Jan Gogarten describes how she and colleagues tracked down the source of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Georgia Tech researchers apply feline landing feats to robotics design

The Discovery Files

Georgia Tech researchers apply feline landing feats to robotics design

NSF-funded Bruce Carlson of Washington University discusses his research on mildly electric fish

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Bruce Carlson of Washington University discusses his research on mildly electric fish