A National Science Foundation-funded University of Washington study shows how intensive instruction changes brain circuitry in struggling readers
The most important National Science Foundation-funded research delivered with text-on-screen, for when it needs "spelling out"
An engineering breakthrough in Type 1 diabetes could help dogs and humans alike!
Virtual reality (VR) lets people explore far away places and do virtually anything!
Training educators to teach community college students important skills for the growing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) market from laws and regulations to repairs and maintenance
Jo Boaler, National Science Foundation-funded professor of mathematics education at Stanford University, believes children's math mindsets can be changed
National Science Foundation-funded researchers at Duke University have discovered how uniquely shaped artificial material or metamaterial can control the transmission, redirection and reflection of sound waves with almost perfect efficiency
Researchers from the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine and Arizona State University found that as the sun beats down on a summer day, the interior temperature of a car can reach a stifling 116 degrees Fahrenheit in just one hour
National Science Foundation-funded scientists believe that the fruit bat can simply click its tongue at different positions within its mouth and produce signals in different directions without moving its head or mouth
Researchers at Utah State University have used aerial imagery to gain insight into water trends
Researcher Bruce Jayne at the University of Cincinnati unlocks the mechanics of the rectilinear locomotion of snakes
It's no secret that reading to children is essential for their optimal brain development, but a National Science Foundation-funded research team, led by Lisa Scott at the University of Florida, has discovered that reading books that name and label people and objects are even better
A novel approach to connecting everyday appliances via the Internet manages to wirelessly link objects without the use of batteries or electronics
Accessible digital audio recordings of animal signals will make it easier for researchers to investigate a host of scientific questions, including what can scientists learn about the responses of animals to anthropogenic noise and other human activities
By incorporating nanostructures into small glass slides, researchers have managed to create a biosensor that could detect diseases at a patient's bedside
A 52-million-year-old ankle fossil suggests that some of the earliest primates were adept leapers
Researchers have discovered that climate change, warmer temperatures and earlier snow melt are causing flowers to bloom earlier, affecting bumblebees
The Tribal Colleges and Universities Program, TCUP, began in the early 2000s as a way to address the lack of science, technology, mathematics, and engineering programs and faculty at tribal colleges
Non-invasive technology allows researchers to transfer recordings from thousands of decaying wax cylinders
A National Science Foundation-funded research team at Florida State University says current zoned boarding procedures might play a key role in spreading disease
National Science Foundation-funded research sheds new light on the role of the tail in locomotion