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Why are some plant species able to invade, while others are not? Ecologist Jean Burns describes how she's trying to find out

One Species at a Time

Why are some plant species able to invade, while others are not? Ecologist Jean Burns describes how she's trying to find out

NSF-funded Larry Smarr of UCSD discusses the research that is ushering in the age of cognitive computing

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Larry Smarr of UCSD discusses the research that is ushering in the age of cognitive computing

NSF-funded Dan Jurafsky of Stanford University discusses the patterns and power of language

The Science Show

NSF-funded Dan Jurafsky of Stanford University discusses the patterns and power of language

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Monitoring reveals U.S. northeast coastal waters warming at 15 times the rate of the past century

Living Lab on The Point

Monitoring reveals U.S. northeast coastal waters warming at 15 times the rate of the past century

Bombardier beetles blast their way out of threatening situations!

The Discovery Files

Bombardier beetles blast their way out of threatening situations!

NSF-funded astronomer Tim Beers discusses the earliest stars and their role in creating the chemistry of the very early universe

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded astronomer Tim Beers discusses the earliest stars and their role in creating the chemistry of the very early universe

NSF-funded Hanna Wallach discusses machine learning, big data and modeling patterns of human behavior

Science for the People

NSF-funded Hanna Wallach discusses machine learning, big data and modeling patterns of human behavior

Science for the People

Mathematicians are contributing to wind power design and we hear more about the challenges in part two of an interview with NSF-funded Margot Gerritsen

AMS Mathematical Moments

Mathematicians are contributing to wind power design and we hear more about the challenges in part two of an interview with NSF-funded Margot Gerritsen

Wind turbine designers rely heavily on mathematics, as we hear in part one of an interview with NSF-funded Margot Gerritsen, of Stanford University

AMS Mathematical Moments

Wind turbine designers rely heavily on mathematics, as we hear in part one of an interview with NSF-funded Margot Gerritsen, of Stanford University

Cotton may be ready for greener pastures, thanks to the most precise gene sequence map yet

The Discovery Files

Cotton may be ready for greener pastures, thanks to the most precise gene sequence map yet

Art intersects science in this feature, as we step into an art exhibit about dark matter with New York University astrophysicist Maryam Modjaz

Science + Creativity

Art intersects science in this feature, as we step into an art exhibit about dark matter with New York University astrophysicist Maryam Modjaz

Sizing up the Milky Way galaxy with NSF-funded Heidi Newberg of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

The Academic Minute

Sizing up the Milky Way galaxy with NSF-funded Heidi Newberg of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

A close encounter of the cosmic kind! NSF-funded astronomer Eric Mamajek describes how he discovered the closest known encounter of another star with our solar system

Quirks & Quarks

A close encounter of the cosmic kind! NSF-funded astronomer Eric Mamajek describes how he discovered the closest known encounter of another star with our solar system

"Adapting to Climate Change" is a public radio documentary exploring ambitious plans underway to deal with future catastrophic events and shifting weather patterns

Engineers of the New Millennium

“Adapting to Climate Change” is a public radio documentary exploring ambitious plans underway to deal with future catastrophic events and shifting weather patterns

Pollen grains may seed clouds, as well as trees and plants, according to a study by researchers at the University of Michigan and Texas A&M

The Discovery Files

Pollen grains may seed clouds, as well as trees and plants, according to a study by researchers at the University of Michigan and Texas A&M

Here's a quick overview of synthetic biology and genetic engineering from Geneticist George Church, of Harvard Medical School

Big Picture Science

Here's a quick overview of synthetic biology and genetic engineering from Geneticist George Church, of Harvard Medical School

Social, yet isolating? A look at Facebook, the rise of social algorithms and the filter bubble

Science Weekly

Social, yet isolating? A look at Facebook, the rise of social algorithms and the filter bubble

Here's part two of an interview about predictive policing, which uses algorithms to identify criminal hot spots

AMS Mathematical Moments

Here's part two of an interview about predictive policing, which uses algorithms to identify criminal hot spots

Mathematicians are crime fighters! Here's part one of an interview about how math is being used to help the Los Angeles police model criminal activity

AMS Mathematical Moments

Mathematicians are crime fighters! Here's part one of an interview about how math is being used to help the Los Angeles police model criminal activity

The maternal diet during pregnancy and lactation may prime offspring for weight gain and obesity later in life

The Discovery Files

The maternal diet during pregnancy and lactation may prime offspring for weight gain and obesity later in life