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National Chemistry Week: NSF-funded Irving Epstein of Brandeis University and the Howard Hughes Medical Center discusses his life as a scientist and his research

People Behind the Science

National Chemistry Week: NSF-funded Irving Epstein of Brandeis University and the Howard Hughes Medical Center discusses his life as a scientist and his research

National Chemistry Week: Profile of NSF-funded Terri Taylor, asst. director of K-12 education, American Chemical Society

Stories from the Field

National Chemistry Week: Profile of NSF-funded Terri Taylor, asst. director of K-12 education, American Chemical Society

National Chemistry Week: Profile of NSF-funded chemist Mary Shultz of Tufts University

Stories from the Field

National Chemistry Week: Profile of NSF-funded chemist Mary Shultz of Tufts University

NSF-funded Pietro Perona discusses how some cameras are able to locate faces

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Pietro Perona discusses how some cameras are able to locate faces

NSF-funded researchers describe high speed networks to remotely monitor the movements and health of the elderly

Science Nation

NSF-funded researchers describe high speed networks to remotely monitor the movements and health of the elderly

To fight counterfeiting, NSF-funded engineers developed labels that reveal a hidden image when you breathe on them

The Discovery Files

To fight counterfeiting, NSF-funded engineers developed labels that reveal a hidden image when you breathe on them

NSF-funded David Anderson describes a struggle for survival in the Galapagos Islands

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded David Anderson describes a struggle for survival in the Galapagos Islands

NSF-funded Joanna McKittrick comments on new structures inspired by narwhals

Science Today

NSF-funded Joanna McKittrick comments on new structures inspired by narwhals

NSF-funded Benjamin Blonder discusses how forests were affected by the meteorite impact that resulted in the extinction of dinosaurs

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded Benjamin Blonder discusses how forests were affected by the meteorite impact that resulted in the extinction of dinosaurs

Reading glasses to look at a computer screen? That's so yesterday!

The Discovery Files

Reading glasses to look at a computer screen? That’s so yesterday!

Explore Utah Science

"From nuisance to resource: reconsidering stormwater," part of a series from iUTAH and EPSCoR

NSF-funded Bryan Black discusses his paper in the journal Science about

Science Podcast

NSF-funded Bryan Black discusses his paper in the journal Science about "hindcasting" variability in a coastal upwelling zone over 600 years

University of Illinois scientists made two discoveries after tracking individual honey bees for several weeks

The Discovery Files

University of Illinois scientists made two discoveries after tracking individual honey bees for several weeks

NSF-funded Frank Wuerthwein discusses one of the next big challenges in particle physics - how to handle the data

The Science Show

NSF-funded Frank Wuerthwein discusses one of the next big challenges in particle physics – how to handle the data

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NSF-funded James Westwood of Virginia Tech describes how parasitic plants communicate with their hosts

The Naked Scientists

NSF-funded James Westwood of Virginia Tech describes how parasitic plants communicate with their hosts

NSF-funded John Priscu describes diversity of life discovered in Lake Whillans, West Antarctica sub-glacial lake water

Quirks & Quarks

NSF-funded John Priscu describes diversity of life discovered in Lake Whillans, West Antarctica sub-glacial lake water

NSF-funded Jose Carmena discusses neural engineering and prostheses

Big Picture Science

NSF-funded Jose Carmena discusses neural engineering and prostheses

Preschoolers are able to gauge the strength of their memories

The Discovery Files

Preschoolers are able to gauge the strength of their memories