Many of us worry about weight gain over the holidays, but this new study out of UC Berkeley is about 'late gain'
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Biological anthropologist Carol Ward explains how scientists only recently came to agree on the African origins of our hominid ancestors
NSF-funded Richard Aronson discusses his PNAS paper about how warming Antarctic waters may allow king crabs to 'restructure' ecosystems
NSF-funded Manuela Campanelli of the Rochester Institute of Technology uses the supercomputing resources of XSEDE to explore black holes
The supercomputing resources of NSF-funded XSEDE make a big difference in preparing for earthquakes
NSF-funded Robert McLay discusses a software tool he co-developed called XALT, which tracks user codes and environments on a computer cluster
The NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer is taking on big data for big science results!
Alan Alda, NSB Public Service Award recipient, discusses his keynote address at the SC15 supercomputing conference this week in Austin, Texas
Birders turned citizen scientists are making a considerable impact collecting data as they enjoy their hobby
NSF-funded Lonnie Thompson of The Ohio State University describes how tropical glacial ice reveals clues about ancient climate history
To honor Veterans' Day tomorrow, here's a podcast from our archives about VetsPrevail, an online program for returning veterans with PTSD and other issues
NSF-funded Maryam Modjaz of New York University discusses gamma ray bursts and supernovae, among the most powerful explosions in the universe
Here's some science behind the brilliant colors of Autumn and how the season may adjust due to climate change
Harvard biologist Andrew Richardson explains how the PhenoCam Network provides continuous monitoring of vegetation across the U.S.
NSF-funded research found our cognitive flexibility has a lot to do with the degree to which networks in our frontal cortex can reconfigure when we switch tasks
Blocking bird alarm calls could be one way to control unwanted flocks of birds
The best alarm system may be in the animal kingdom! NSF-funded Erick Greene describes what happens when birds sound the alarm
Benjamin Zaitchik of Johns Hopkins University forecasts climate variability to improve how we cope with change
NSF-funded supercomputing helps scientists document the first evidence of corals genetically adapting to warmer waters induced by climate change
NSF-funded Terrie Williams shares her unique perspective after studying exercise physiology in wild animals and humans for 30 years