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Harvard researchers have designed a material that with a shot of electricity can transform a glass window from transparent to opaque in less than a second

60-Second Science

Harvard researchers have designed a material that with a shot of electricity can transform a glass window from transparent to opaque in less than a second

Anthropologist Katie Hinde of Harvard University explains how mother's milk can vary depending on the sex of the offspring

The Loh Down on Science

Anthropologist Katie Hinde of Harvard University explains how mother's milk can vary depending on the sex of the offspring

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A study by NSF-funded University of Utah biologists warns of consequences for ecosystems and humans if vulture populations decline further

The Discovery Files

A study by NSF-funded University of Utah biologists warns of consequences for ecosystems and humans if vulture populations decline further

NSF-funded Tim Verstynen discusses CDHD, a psychiatric disorder with zombie-like symptoms that include endless wandering and anti-social behavior

All in the Mind

NSF-funded Tim Verstynen discusses CDHD, a psychiatric disorder with zombie-like symptoms that include endless wandering and anti-social behavior

An open source software called Docker bundles up the loose ends of applications into something fairly light that can run on any system

TACC Podcast

An open source software called Docker bundles up the loose ends of applications into something fairly light that can run on any system

Harvard University researchers explain that food was probably cooked more than 1 million years before the evidence of human cookfires

60-Second Science

Harvard University researchers explain that food was probably cooked more than 1 million years before the evidence of human cookfires

Neuroscientist Jonathan Freeman of NYU has found that subconscious stereotypes can lead us to see hostility in friendly faces

Science Update Daily

Neuroscientist Jonathan Freeman of NYU has found that subconscious stereotypes can lead us to see hostility in friendly faces

New NSF-funded software developed at Carnegie Mellon University helps robots cope with clutter, whether they're traversing the moon or grabbing a milk jug

The Discovery Files

New NSF-funded software developed at Carnegie Mellon University helps robots cope with clutter, whether they're traversing the moon or grabbing a milk jug 

Seismologist Tom Jordan discusses the increasing instability of the southern San Andreas fault--what is known and what remains a mystery

Big Picture Science

Seismologist Tom Jordan discusses the increasing instability of the southern San Andreas fault--what is known and what remains a mystery

NSF-funded Suveen Mathaudhu of UC Riverside explains why you have to think small to design lighter weight, stronger materials

Science Today

NSF-funded Suveen Mathaudhu of UC Riverside explains why you have to think small to design lighter weight, stronger materials

A discovery about electric eels, a new at-home screening test for people on blood thinners, and an app for reporting floods--it's Science Now!

NSF's Science Now

A discovery about electric eels, a new at-home screening test for people on blood thinners, and an app for reporting floods--it's Science Now!

NSF-funded Amnon Kohen of the University of Iowa discusses the process for making a drug safe for humans, but bad for bacteria

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded Amnon Kohen of the University of Iowa discusses the process for making a drug safe for humans, but bad for bacteria

NSF-funded UT Austin researchers crack the genetic code of how bacteria broke down oil to help clean up the Deepwater Horizon spill

The Discovery Files

NSF-funded UT Austin researchers crack the genetic code of how bacteria broke down oil to help clean up the Deepwater Horizon spill

Anthropologist Anne Stone explains that seals and sea lions may have brought tuberculosis to South Americans from Africa more than a thousand years ago

Science Update Daily

Anthropologist Anne Stone explains that seals and sea lions may have brought tuberculosis to South Americans from Africa more than a thousand years ago 

A study supported by NSF confirms the benefits of certain soil and gut microbes on our mental and physical health

How On Earth

A study supported by NSF confirms the benefits of certain soil and gut microbes on our mental and physical health

The tiniest chameleons have some of the fastest tongues on the planet, like a car going from zero to 60 in one hundredth of a second

NSF's Science360 Super Science Show

The tiniest chameleons have some of the fastest tongues on the planet, like a car going from zero to 60 in one hundredth of a second

NSF-funded Jeff Gore of MIT explains the first experimental example of a cross-protective relationship in drug-resistant microbes

60-Second Science

NSF-funded Jeff Gore of MIT explains the first experimental example of a cross-protective relationship in drug-resistant microbes

Johns Hopkins University research on bats has for the first time suggested how mammals, including humans, likely choose which stimuli deserves attention

The Discovery Files

Johns Hopkins University research on bats has for the first time suggested how mammals, including humans, likely choose which stimuli deserves attention

How do those tiny critters that live on and in us also help us? We have the answer from NSF-funded biological anthropologist Thomas McDade

Big Picture Science

How do those tiny critters that live on and in us also help us? We have the answer from NSF-funded biological anthropologist Thomas McDade

UC Berkeley researchers find ways to strengthen the bonds between thin layers of graphene and improve the material's durability as a water filter

Science Today

UC Berkeley researchers find ways to strengthen the bonds between thin layers of graphene and improve the material’s durability as a water filter