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Why does diversity in schools matter?

Sandra Grahm, University of California Presidential Chair in Education and Diversity and Distinguished Professor of Education at University of California-Los Angeles, answers your question on this episode of Ask a Scientist.

How does diversity benefit students?

Sandra Grahm, University of California Presidential Chair in Education and Diversity and Distinguished Professor of Education at University of California-Los Angeles, answers your question on this episode of Ask a Scientist.

Can an ecosystem recover from damage?

Sean Carroll, Molecular Biology, Genetics and Medical Genetics professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, answers your question on this episode of Ask a Scientist.

Creating safer, smarter homes

The University of Washington School of Nursing is harnessing the power of everyday items to turn houses into smart homes--and allowing older adults to live independently, thanks to modern technology

NSF Science Now: Episode 52

In this week's episode, we discover why freshwater lakes are becoming saltier and the role temperature plays in the spread of mosquito-borne diseases, explore a new device for combatting Parkinson's disease, and finally, learn how to excite girls about STEM

Why is Texas shaking?

The new TexNet Seismic Monitoring Network is helping to locate and determine the origins of earthquakes in Texas

Palau coral reefs have a global impact

Humans are adding carbon dioxide to the atmosphere by burning fossil fuels and deforestation. Through a process called ocean acidification, about a quarter to a third of this carbon dioxide is absorbed by the ocean, causing a decrease in the pH of ocean water