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Engineers investigating impact of krill swarms on ocean mixing, and possibly global climate
Center for Biomechanical and Rehabilitation Engineering lab inspires STEM careers by focusing students on helping the elderly
Scientists at University of California, Davis, have solved the problem of propagating cloned, hybrid plants from seed -- a long-sought discovery with big implications for global agriculture
A new design for insulin that's easy to swallow, deep-sea surprise game changer for climate, catching reefs on the flip side and the physics of how bees chill.
The interactive, online STEM for All Video Showcase will take place May 13-20, 2019, featuring approximately 200 innovative STEM Educational projects funded by the National Science Foundation and other federal agencies
National Science Foundation-funded researchers at Ohio University discovered a long-necked titanosaur with a heart-shaped tail in southwestern Tanzania
What is neuroethics? Tim Brown, doctoral candidate and research assistant at University of Washington's Center for Neurotechnology, answers the question on this edition of "Ask a Scientist."
Michigan State University has created a green solution for the problem of what to do with animal and food waste at the Detroit Zoo
A new study led by the University of Washington shows why winter air pollution levels have remained high, despite overall lower levels of harmful emissions from power plants and vehicles throughout the year
Far from being a weak-willed sap easily paralyzed by the emerald jewel wasp's sting to the brain -- followed by becoming a placid egg carrier and then larvae chow -- the American cockroach can deliver a stunning karate kick that saves its life
Vikram Iyer, doctoral student in the University of Washington's Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, demonstrates 3D printed devices that can track and store information about their use without using batteries or electronics
Researchers in the Adolphs laboratory at Caltech have discovered that certain types of neurons called error neurons are more active when we make a mistake. Take the Stroop test and see how you fare
Columbia Engineering researchers have created the first flat lens capable of correctly focusing a large range of colors of any polarization to the same focal spot without the need for any additional elements
National Science Foundation-funded researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder recently developed a 3D printing technique that could one day lead to the creation of blood vessels, artificial arteries and even organ tissues
Geckos are renowned for their acrobatic feats on land and in the air, but a new discovery that they can also run on water puts them in the superhero category, says a University of California, Berkeley, biologist
With a little help from the National Science Foundation, spiders have presented exciting ways to improve people's lives, safety and even food supply
Armed with a small antenna, scientists make a giant discovery: Evidence of the first light from some of the first stars in the universe
The Rice University lab of chemical and biomolecular engineer Rafael Verduzco has developed flexible organic photovoltaics that could be useful where constant, low-power generation is sufficient
The Georgia Aquarium called in Georgia Tech scientists to find out which good bacteria were working to clean the waste from more than 1,000 marine animals in 6 million gallons of seawater.