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The science of complexity - will new complexity frontiers complement contemporary physics or upend it completely?

NYAS podcast

The science of complexity - will new complexity frontiers complement contemporary physics or upend it completely?

NSF-funded Doug Wiens describes his research on icequakes, as well as deep earthquakes hundreds of miles beneath the Earth's surface

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Doug Wiens describes his research on icequakes, as well as deep earthquakes hundreds of miles beneath the Earth's surface

How did chemistry help reveal pregnancy in a T. rex fossil? Biologist Mary Schweitzer describes that and more in part two of an interview about one of the most important fossil discoveries ever made

NSF's Dig This!

How did chemistry help reveal pregnancy in a T. rex fossil? Biologist Mary Schweitzer describes that and more in part two of an interview about one of the most important fossil discoveries ever made

Biologist Mary Schweitzer discusses her discovery of medullary bone in a T. rex fossil and how, for the first time, researchers can tell the sex of a dinosaur

NSF's Dig This!

Biologist Mary Schweitzer discusses her discovery of medullary bone in a T. rex fossil and how, for the first time, researchers can tell the sex of a dinosaur

A new weapon against drug-resistant antibiotics is fished out of a pond in East Lyme, Connecticut, thanks to some Yale University researchers

The Discovery Files

A new weapon against drug-resistant antibiotics is fished out of a pond in East Lyme, Connecticut, thanks to some Yale University researchers

These NSF-funded research highlights include a new virtual reality environment that helps autistic teens learn to drive and smart threads that monitor wounds

NSF's Science Nation

These NSF-funded research highlights include a new virtual reality environment that helps autistic teens learn to drive and smart threads that monitor wounds

NSF-funded Ted Uyeno discusses his research reverse engineering soft-bodied creatures, such as squid and hagfish, and his passion for biomechanics

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Ted Uyeno discusses his research reverse engineering soft-bodied creatures, such as squid and hagfish, and his passion for biomechanics

We wrap up our back-to-school focus with this story about the "SciGirls" TV series, inspiring millions of girls through the power of media

NSF's Science Nation

We wrap up our back-to-school focus with this story about the "SciGirls" TV series, inspiring millions of girls through the power of media

NSF-funded cognitive scientist Sian Beilock explains the learning benefits for students who experience physics phenomena first-hand

Science Update Daily

NSF-funded cognitive scientist Sian Beilock explains the learning benefits for students who experience physics phenomena first-hand

Our back-to-school theme continues with this NSF-funded study showing how classroom design could impact interest among girls in computer science courses

The Discovery Files

Our back-to-school theme continues with this NSF-funded study showing how classroom design could impact interest among girls in computer science courses

Mathematics professor Annalisa Crannell discusses her course on perspective and how to use math to see a work of art as the artist did

Mathematical Moments

Mathematics professor Annalisa Crannell discusses her course on perspective and how to use math to see a work of art as the artist did

We're kicking off a back-to-school theme this week with the "Urban Hydrofarmers Project," sowing seeds of success among Boston teens

NSF's Science Nation

We're kicking off a back-to-school theme this week with the "Urban Hydrofarmers Project," sowing seeds of success among Boston teens

NSF-funded supercomputing helps researchers develop a new way to make controlled beams of gamma rays from a laser that fits on a table-top

TACC Podcast

NSF-funded supercomputing helps researchers develop a new way to make controlled beams of gamma rays from a laser that fits on a table-top

Why are gravitational waves such a universal big deal? Be prepared for some surprises in this engaging discussion with astrophysicists

StarTalk Radio

Why are gravitational waves such a universal big deal? Be prepared for some surprises in this engaging discussion with astrophysicists

A closer look at U.S. coal ashes shows coal mined from the Appalachian Mountains could be the proverbial golden goose for hard-to-find materials

The Discovery Files

A closer look at U.S. coal ashes shows coal mined from the Appalachian Mountains could be the proverbial golden goose for hard-to-find materials

Climatologist Jeff Andresen discusses Great Lakes biology, carbon dioxide levels and the "why" behind the summer 2016 weather

WKAR Public Media

Climatologist Jeff Andresen discusses Great Lakes biology, carbon dioxide levels and the "why" behind the summer 2016 weather

NSF-funded researchers develop artificial eyes that could be used to improve low-light cameras, night-vision goggles and medical endoscopes

Science Update Daily

NSF-funded researchers develop artificial eyes that could be used to improve low-light cameras, night-vision goggles and medical endoscopes


Researchers hope to discover a million galaxies before 2020, with help from HETDEX, the Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment

TACC Podcast

Researchers hope to discover a million galaxies before 2020, with help from HETDEX, the Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment

Mining for microbes! NSF-funded Jeff Gralnick describes the microbial life in Minnesota's Soudan Iron Mine, an ecosystem that could parallel Mars

Big Picture Science

Mining for microbes! NSF-funded Jeff Gralnick describes the microbial life in Minnesota's Soudan Iron Mine, an ecosystem that could parallel Mars

Researchers are cracking the secret of English ivy's natural adhesive abilities in hopes of creating new biomedical and industrial applications

The Discovery Files

Researchers are cracking the secret of English ivy’s natural adhesive abilities in hopes of creating new biomedical and industrial applications