We're finishing up National Engineers Week with this listener favorite--the NSF public radio documentary "Mind of the Innovator"
NSF: Where Discoveries Begin
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National Engineers Week continues with this amazing story of VocaliD, a company created by an engineer who is finding voices for those who don't have their own--literally
Happy New Year! We're wrapping up 2015 highlights with part two of our interview with Harvard biologist Andrew Richardson about the science behind Autumn's brilliant colors
2015 highlights continue with this listener favorite about the PhenoCam Network, which is capturing a continuous record of vegetation across the U.S.
Our radio highlights from 2015 continue with some good news to start you off in the new year--some brain function improves with age!
Radio highlights from 2015 begins with our Earth Day feature about soundscape ecology pioneer Bryan Pijanowski and how you can help record the Earth!
Renowned NSF-funded engineers share their creative process, shedding light on how innovation originates in the radio documentary "Mind of the Innovator"
Some brain function actually improves with age, as we hear in the first episode of a new NSF podcast "And Now for the Good News"
VocaliD is creating unique vocal identities for those who must rely on text-to-speech to communicate, in part thanks to NSF support and its Human Voicebank Initiative!
Happy Earth Day! Soundscape Ecology pioneer Bryan Pijanowski describes how he pursues his passion and how you can help record the Earth.
To mark National Inventor's Day in the U.S., here's "Mind of the Innovator," a public radio documentary about how engineers think, and where innovation originates.
New research sheds light on consumer attitudes about electric vehicles. Music Credit: "Bicycle" by Kevin MacLeod
A look at STEM jobs, with Nirmala Kannankutty of the Natl. Center for Science and Engineering Statistics
NSF-funded Ted Grosholz explains how eradicating invasive species can backfire
NSF-funded Susan Carey and Deborah Zaitchik discusses 'executive function' and 'conceptual change'
NSF-funded Brian Helmuth and Mark Patterson share their experience during Mission 31 aboard the Aquarius
NSF-funded Katharine Hayhoe discusses her role in the cable series 'Years of Living Dangerously'
Interview with NYU bioethicist Art Caplan, recipient of the 2014 NSB Public Service Award for an individual
NSF-funded David Charlet is mapping the flora and fauna of Nevada
Past NSF-funded astrophysicists Adam Burrows and Jeremiah Ostriker discuss their PNAS paper "Astronomical reach of fundamental physics"
Music Credit: "Mining by Moonlight" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/3.0/