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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

Past NSF-funded Kai Vetter, of UC Berkeley, discusses RadWatch, which provides near real-time radiation data online

Science Today

Past NSF-funded Kai Vetter, of UC Berkeley, discusses RadWatch, which provides near real-time radiation data online

NSF-funded Bradley Moore of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography explains that some chemicals banned in fire retardants are produced naturally by marine life

Science Update Podcast - Daily Edition

NSF-funded Bradley Moore of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography explains that some chemicals banned in fire retardants are produced naturally by marine life

A system developed by Georgia Tech researchers enables a robot to find lost items, such as keys or television remotes

The Discovery Files

A system developed by Georgia Tech researchers enables a robot to find lost items, such as keys or television remotes

NSF-funded Julia Greer of Caltech discusses roll-to-roll printing of new super strong, super light materials

The Naked Scientists

NSF-funded Julia Greer of Caltech discusses roll-to-roll printing of new super strong, super light materials

NSF-funded Jean Burns of Case Western Reserve University discusses why some species are able to invade, while others are not

One Species at a Time

NSF-funded Jean Burns of Case Western Reserve University discusses why some species are able to invade, while others are not

Ilse Cleeves discusses NSF-funded research, published in the journal Science, that found up to half of the solar system's water is older than the solar system itself

Planetary Radio

Ilse Cleeves discusses NSF-funded research, published in the journal Science, that found up to half of the solar system’s water is older than the solar system itself

NSF-funded Xiaobo Tan of Michigan State University is putting his robotic fish to work in the Great Lakes

WKAR Public Media

NSF-funded Xiaobo Tan of Michigan State University is putting his robotic fish to work in the Great Lakes

Can farmers and cities share Utah's water? - the latest episode in the series

Explore Utah Science

Can farmers and cities share Utah’s water? - the latest episode in the series “Follow the Flow,” funded by iUTAH and EPSCoR

NSF-funded James Elser and Arianne Cease of Arizona State University discuss the link between swarming locusts and agriculture

The Science Show

NSF-funded James Elser and Arianne Cease of Arizona State University discuss the link between swarming locusts and agriculture

Provided by ABC Radio in Australia

NSF-funded Ali Khademhosseini discusses how his team produces human biological tissues with 3-D printing

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Ali Khademhosseini discusses how his team produces human biological tissues with 3-D printing

NSF-funded Jules Jaffe describes an 'aha' moment during an ocean expedition to study microbes

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Jules Jaffe describes an 'aha' moment during an ocean expedition to study microbes

Two-year-olds use mathematical concepts like probability to get the results they want, intuitively employing

The Discovery Files

Two-year-olds use mathematical concepts like probability to get the results they want, intuitively employing "winning strategies," according to an NSF-funded study

NSF-funded Timothy Lu discusses a powerful new adhesive derived from combining a gene from mussels with E. coli bacteria

The Naked Scientists

NSF-funded Timothy Lu discusses a powerful new adhesive derived from combining a gene from mussels with E. coli bacteria

NSF-funded roboticist Radhika Nagpal developed a way to program more than 1,000 robots at once to study synchronized behavior

The Loh Down on Science

NSF-funded roboticist Radhika Nagpal developed a way to program more than 1,000 robots at once to study synchronized behavior

Provided by KPCC & Cal Tech

NSF-funded Craig Vierra of the University of the Pacific describes the race to replicate spider silk

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded Craig Vierra of the University of the Pacific describes the race to replicate spider silk

NSF-funded Lera Boroditsky of UCSD discusses her research on the relationships between language, imagery and perception

Science Today

NSF-funded Lera Boroditsky of UCSD discusses her research on the relationships between language, imagery and perception

An international team of researchers led by the University of Arizona has sequenced the complete genome of African rice, which may help solve global hunger challenges

The Discovery Files

An international team of researchers led by the University of Arizona has sequenced the complete genome of African rice, which may help solve global hunger challenges