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Computer simulations reveal ricochet effect after massive forest die-offs, impacting climate and ecosystems half a world away

60-Second Science

Computer simulations reveal ricochet effect after massive forest die-offs, impacting climate and ecosystems half a world away

NSF-funded physicist explains why getting a solid out of equilibrium could bring big benefits in the future

The Academic Minute

NSF-funded physicist explains why getting a solid out of equilibrium could bring big benefits in the future

The Eastern coyote is genetically altered by Mother Nature through her experiments in evolution

SciWorks Radio

The Eastern coyote is genetically altered by Mother Nature through her experiments in evolution

A way to neutralize certain network hack attacks by diverting the hacker to a decoy network

The Discovery Files

A way to neutralize certain network hack attacks by diverting the hacker to a decoy network

Reason why children who experience adversity in early life have an increased risk of health problems and early death

Science Update Daily

Reason why children who experience adversity in early life have an increased risk of health problems and early death

Geologist Christine McCarthy of Columbia University talks about her research on earthy moves and icy flows, plus life outside the lab

People Behind the Science

Geologist Christine McCarthy of Columbia University talks about her research on earthy moves and icy flows, plus life outside the lab

How an NSF-funded researcher is using shipwrecks & tree rings to predict where hurricanes will hit in the future

The Academic Minute

How an NSF-funded researcher is using shipwrecks & tree rings to predict where hurricanes will hit in the future

Relying only on their mind -- the ability for someone with paralysis to communicate in a way fast enough for meaningful conversation

The Discovery Files

Relying only on their mind -- the ability for someone with paralysis to communicate in a way fast enough for meaningful conversation

Birds in Africa use their feathers to produce loud sounds as part of elaborate mating rituals

Science Update Daily

Birds in Africa use their feathers to produce loud sounds as part of elaborate mating rituals

Analog DNA circuit, funded by NSF, adds, subtracts and multiplies as the molecules form and break bonds

SciWorks Radio

Analog DNA circuit, funded by NSF, adds, subtracts and multiplies as the molecules form and break bonds

Furry wet suits? MIT engineering graduate student Alice Nasto discusses research on the air-trapping properties of beaver and otter fur

60-Second Science

Furry wet suits? MIT engineering graduate student Alice Nasto discusses research on the air-trapping properties of beaver and otter fur

How does space weather impact us here on Earth? NSF-funded Bob Clauer explains why space weather forecasts are important and how he's hoping to improve them

NSF's Weather or Not!

How does space weather impact us here on Earth? NSF-funded Bob Clauer explains why space weather forecasts are important and how he's hoping to improve them

New algorithm makes it easier to determine if someone has faked an Amazon or Yelp review or paid for popularity on Twitter

The Discovery Files

New algorithm makes it easier to determine if someone has faked an Amazon or Yelp review or paid for popularity on Twitter

NSF-funded Blake Meyers of the University of Missouri discusses his research on disease resistance genes in plants and his life as a plant scientist

People Behind the Science

NSF-funded Blake Meyers of the University of Missouri discusses his research on disease resistance genes in plants and his life as a plant scientist

Rat relief? NSF-funded molecular ecologist Michael Blum shares some surprising results from his team's tracking of pathogen-carrying rodents after disasters

NSF's Weather or Not!

Rat relief? NSF-funded molecular ecologist Michael Blum shares some surprising results from his team's tracking of pathogen-carrying rodents after disasters

Like it or not, you're probably getting a dose of someone else's bacteria. So how is that a good thing?

The Academic Minute

Like it or not, you're probably getting a dose of someone else's bacteria. So how is that a good thing?

MIT neuroscientists identify two brain regions that help merge fleeting views of surroundings into seamless, 360-degree panoramic memories

The Discovery Files

MIT neuroscientists identify two brain regions that help merge fleeting views of surroundings into seamless, 360-degree panoramic memories

NSF-funded research using whole genome sequencing identifies a third species in what was thought to be 2 organisms living in a symbiotic relationship

60-Second Science

NSF-funded research using whole genome sequencing identifies a third species in what was thought to be 2 organisms living in a symbiotic relationship

Paleoanthropologist Bernard Wood explains how he identifies hominid fossils he discovers and his work on the early human family tree

Big Picture Science

Paleoanthropologist Bernard Wood explains how he identifies hominid fossils he discovers and his work on the early human family tree

NSF-funded biologist Howard Neufeld discusses how little we know about what causes leaves to turn a particular color

SciWorks Radio

NSF-funded biologist Howard Neufeld discusses how little we know about what causes leaves to turn a particular color