Engineers turn problems into opportunities
NSF's Science Nation
This podcast examines the breakthroughs and the possibilities for new discoveries about our planet, our universe and ourselves.
Engaging the public to think about where nano and other emerging technologies are headed and how to make them work effectively for everyone
Individualizing chronic disease management to help doctors diagnose and treat chronic diseases more quickly
These NSF-funded research highlights include a new virtual reality environment that helps autistic teens learn to drive and smart threads that monitor wounds
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
We're kicking off a back-to-school theme this week with the "Urban Hydrofarmers Project," sowing seeds of success among Boston teens
Oscilla Power is developing a wave energy converter to be rugged enough for the ocean and practical enough for the grid
NSF-funded engineers at UCLA's Biomechatronics Lab are designing artificial limbs to be more sensational, with the emphasis on sensation
To honor Veterans' Day tomorrow, here's a podcast from our archives about VetsPrevail, an online program for returning veterans with PTSD and other issues
Cambrian Innovation is commercializing a portfolio of environmental solutions that are based on newly discovered electrically active microbes
Happy National Engineers Week! In this feature, NSF-funded biomedical engineer Bin He and his team explain the technology behind their mind-controlled quadcopter.
NSF-funded researchers describe high speed networks to remotely monitor the movements and health of the elderly
NSF-funded David Noone describes research atop the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory tower
Humanoid robot 'Russell' engages children with autism, teaching them learning skills