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The NSF-funded Center for Chemistry at the Space Time Limit is developing the

The Loh Down on Science

The NSF-funded Center for Chemistry at the Space Time Limit is developing the "chemiscope"

Provided by KPCC & Cal Tech

NSF-funded James Giovannoni of Cornell University discusses the huge genome of the tiny tomato

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded James Giovannoni of Cornell University discusses the huge genome of the tiny tomato

NSF-funded Kevin LaBar of Duke University discusses his research on fear and how it works

On Point

NSF-funded Kevin LaBar of Duke University discusses his research on fear and how it works

These

The Discovery Files

These "cyborg" roaches can pick up sounds with small microphones and seek out the source of the sound

NSF-funded Walter Piper of Chapman University explains why territorial disputes among loons can become a battle to the death.

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded Walter Piper of Chapman University explains why territorial disputes among loons can become a battle to the death.

Past NSF-funded Ling Zang of the University of Utah has developed a carbon nanotube-based sensor that could be tuned to detect explosives, toxic chemicals and drugs.

Science Update Podcast - Daily Edition

Past NSF-funded Ling Zang of the University of Utah has developed a carbon nanotube-based sensor that could be tuned to detect explosives, toxic chemicals and drugs.

NSF-funded Doug Emlen of the University of Montana discusses the escalating horn-to-horn and tusk-to-tusk arms race between animals.

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Doug Emlen of the University of Montana discusses the escalating horn-to-horn and tusk-to-tusk arms race between animals.

Carnegie Mellon University computer scientists have developed a new website that offers provably fair solutions to everyday dilemmas

The Discovery Files

Carnegie Mellon University computer scientists have developed a new website that offers provably fair solutions to everyday dilemmas

NSF-funded Terry McGlynn of Cal State Dominguez Hills discusses the diversity of ants in tropical rainforests

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Terry McGlynn of Cal State Dominguez Hills discusses the diversity of ants in tropical rainforests

Stanford scientists have designed a coating that reflects solar energy and bounces extra heat from terrestrial surfaces

Nature

Stanford scientists have designed a coating that reflects solar energy and bounces extra heat from terrestrial surfaces

Former NSF-funded Wesley Warren discusses the cat genome, based on a paper in PNAS

Quirks & Quarks

Former NSF-funded Wesley Warren discusses the cat genome, based on a paper in PNAS

NSF-funded Alfred Crosby of UMass Amherst has helped create a super-sticky adhesive, modeled after gecko feet

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded Alfred Crosby of UMass Amherst has helped create a super-sticky adhesive, modeled after gecko feet

A UT Austin study shows that the right kind of mental rest, which strengthens and consolidates memories from recent learning tasks, also helps boost future learning.

The Discovery Files

A UT Austin study shows that the right kind of mental rest, which strengthens and consolidates memories from recent learning tasks, also helps boost future learning.

This podcast feature,

Explore Utah Science

This podcast feature, "How do you find water in the desert? Southern Utah faces tough choices," is the latest in the “Follow the Flow” series

NSF-funded Gregory Hickok of UC Irvine discusses mirror neurons and how the theory has been applied

All in the Mind

NSF-funded Gregory Hickok of UC Irvine discusses mirror neurons and how the theory has been applied

Best of 2014: NSF-funded John Rogers of the University of Illinois intrigued listeners with his description of electronic devices that dissolve in the body

The Science Show

Best of 2014: NSF-funded John Rogers of the University of Illinois intrigued listeners with his description of electronic devices that dissolve in the body

Provided by ABC Radio in Australia

Best of 2014: This podcast about the Blue-footed boobies in the Galapagos drew a lot of attention on the NSF Facebook page. NSF-funded David Anderson of Wake Forest University describes how the species has stopped producing and why

SciWorks Radio

Best of 2014: This podcast about the Blue-footed boobies in the Galapagos drew a lot of attention on the NSF Facebook page. NSF-funded David Anderson of Wake Forest University describes how the species has stopped producing and why

Best of 2014: A lot of people hit the play button for this interview with NSF-funded Ali Khademhosseini of Harvard, who is using 3-D printing to create human biological tissue

Big Picture Science

Best of 2014: A lot of people hit the play button for this interview with NSF-funded Ali Khademhosseini of Harvard, who is using 3-D printing to create human biological tissue

 

Best of 2014: This podcast may be short, but it didn't take long to attract listeners to the story of NSF-funded astrophysicist Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz, who brings art and science together to illustrate complex research

Science Today

Best of 2014: This podcast may be short, but it didn't take long to attract listeners to the story of NSF-funded astrophysicist Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz, who brings art and science together to illustrate complex research

Purdue, Cornell and Michigan State University researchers discovered a set of genes that can naturally boost the provitamin A content of corn kernels

The Discovery Files

Purdue, Cornell and Michigan State University researchers discovered a set of genes that can naturally boost the provitamin A content of corn kernels