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Tropical glacial ice stores clues to ancient climate history, as we find out from NSF-funded Lonnie Thompson of The Ohio State University

PNAS Science Sessions

Tropical glacial ice stores clues to ancient climate history, as we find out from NSF-funded Lonnie Thompson of The Ohio State University 

Insects play a significant role in the disposal of garbage on the streets of Manhattan, according to a North Carolina State University study

The Discovery Files

Insects play a significant role in the disposal of garbage on the streets of Manhattan, according to a North Carolina State University study

Happy Earth Day! Soundscape Ecology pioneer Bryan Pijanowski describes how he pursues his passion and how you can help record the Earth.

2015 - 2009 NSF Interviews & Webcasts

Happy Earth Day! Soundscape Ecology pioneer Bryan Pijanowski describes how he pursues his passion and how you can help record the Earth.


Cambrian Innovation is commercializing a portfolio of environmental solutions that are based on newly discovered electrically active microbes

Science Nation

Cambrian Innovation is commercializing a portfolio of environmental solutions that are based on newly discovered electrically active microbes

Why are Arctic ponds shrinking? Find out about possible causes in this interview with past NSF-funded biologist Vanessa Lougheed, co-author of a paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences

Quirks & Quarks

Why are Arctic ponds shrinking? Find out about possible causes in this interview with past NSF-funded biologist Vanessa Lougheed, co-author of a paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences

NSF-funded Jenny Tung of Duke University discusses what wild baboons can show us about genetic sequences and expression

The Naked Scientists

NSF-funded Jenny Tung of Duke University discusses what wild baboons can show us about genetic sequences and expression

NSF-funded Tigga Kingston of Texas Tech University describes her research from a rain forest, where she's studying the impacts of deforestation on bats

Pulse of the Planet

NSF-funded Tigga Kingston of Texas Tech University describes her research from a rain forest, where she's studying the impacts of deforestation on bats

How selective is memory? More than we thought, according to Penn State University researchers who have dubbed their finding

The Discovery Files

How selective is memory? More than we thought, according to Penn State University researchers who have dubbed their finding “attribute amnesia” 

NSF-funded Priyamvada Natarajan of Yale University discusses the idea that black holes may have developed before the formation of stars

The Science Show

NSF-funded Priyamvada Natarajan of Yale University discusses the idea that black holes may have developed before the formation of stars

Provided by ABC Radio in Australia

Past NSF-funded researcher Robert Dudley of UC Berkeley comments on animals that took to the skies long before the advent of wings

Science Update Podcast - Daily Edition

Past NSF-funded researcher Robert Dudley of UC Berkeley comments on animals that took to the skies long before the advent of wings

NSF-funded Brian Brown discusses how a species of fly gets ahead of injured ants - literally!

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Brian Brown discusses how a species of fly gets ahead of injured ants - literally!

NSF-funded Nicole Goebel discusses oceanography, the role of data, and her transition from academia to private industry

The Data Skeptic Podcast

NSF-funded Nicole Goebel discusses oceanography, the role of data, and her transition from academia to private industry

NSF-funded MIT research shows that a modified form of a super absorbent chemical used in disposable diapers can expand brain structures

The Discovery Files

NSF-funded MIT research shows that a modified form of a super absorbent chemical used in disposable diapers can expand brain structures

NSF-funded Michael Angilletta of Arizona State University discusses his career as a scientist and his research on how animals are adapting to climate change

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Michael Angilletta of Arizona State University discusses his career as a scientist and his research on how animals are adapting to climate change

To kick off National Robotics Week, here's an interview with NSF-funded Nikolaus Correll of the University of Colorado about robotic materials inspired by nature

Science

To kick off National Robotics Week, here’s an interview with NSF-funded Nikolaus Correll of the University of Colorado about robotic materials inspired by nature

NSF-funded William Conner of Wake Forest University discusses his finding that bats jam the echolocation of other bats

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded William Conner of Wake Forest University discusses his finding that bats jam the echolocation of other bats

Martin Burke of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, comments on a new molecule-making machine, funded in part by NSF, that acts like a 3-D printer for chemistry

Science Update Podcast - Daily Edition

Martin Burke of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, comments on a new molecule-making machine, funded in part by NSF, that acts like a 3-D printer for chemistry

UMass Amherst researchers develop a sensor system using gold nanoparticles that profiles how a drug works in minutes, not months

The Discovery Files

UMass Amherst researchers develop a sensor system using gold nanoparticles that profiles how a drug works in minutes, not months

NSF-funded Jason Hong of Carnegie Mellon University discusses apps, personal data and privacy

The Naked Scientists

NSF-funded Jason Hong of Carnegie Mellon University discusses apps, personal data and privacy

NSF-funded Jennifer Lau of Michigan State University discusses artificial fertilizers and the nitrogen cycle

WKAR Public Media

NSF-funded Jennifer Lau of Michigan State University discusses artificial fertilizers and the nitrogen cycle