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Photo with the skyline of St. Paul, Minn. in the background, wildflowers in the foreground. Maintaining Earth's Sustainability: Scientists, Engineers, Educators Take Coordinated Approach
Released September 17, 2012
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a math problem on a chalk board Math Anxiety Causes Trouble for Students As Early As First Grade
Released September 12, 2012
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Kimberly Tanner Partnership Enhances Biology Teaching at California Community Colleges
Released September 11, 2012
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Photo of children studying the feet of a leopard gecko. Mission Possible: Adding Engineering to the K-12 Curriculum
Released September 5, 2012
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Photo of IGERT trainees deploying a portable weather station. NSF Interdisciplinary Program Takes on Critical National Research Priorities
Released September 4, 2012
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an image of neurons Molecule Found That Inhibits Recovery From Stroke
Released July 26, 2012
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fossilized jaw of the oldest chinchillid rodent New Species of Ancient Rodents Hint at What Could Be World's Oldest Grasslands
Released July 24, 2012
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GRFP video contest logo. NSF Graduate Research Fellows Invited to Take Part in Video Contest
Released July 18, 2012
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Illustration of a DNA abstract. NSF Announces New INSPIRE Awards
Released July 18, 2012
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Released July 17, 2012
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Generic News Image National Science Foundation and European Commission Establish New Collaboration Opportunities for Early Career Scientists
Released July 13, 2012
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News thumbnail Want to Get Teens Interested in Math and Science? Target Their Parents
Released July 11, 2012
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Screen capture of NSF's new home page. New Look and Feel for NSF.gov
Released July 9, 2012
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image of a child putting together a puzzle Learning About Spatial Relationships Boosts Understanding of Numbers
Released June 13, 2012
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image of a touch screen game Teaching Tree-thinking Through Touch
Released June 4, 2012
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Nolan Doesken Colorado State University Volunteer Precipitation Network Honored with National Land-Grant Organization Award
Released May 25, 2012
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Released May 10, 2012
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Photo of the White House. White House Highlights STEM Innovators in the Disability Community as "Champions of Change"
Released May 7, 2012
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education graphic The Generation X Report
Released April 26, 2012
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William Schmidt U.S. Students Need New Way of Learning Science
Released April 5, 2012
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Hurricane Ike visualization created by Texas Advanced Computing Center supercomputer Ranger. NSF Leads Federal Efforts In Big Data
Released March 29, 2012
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Vinod Menon Stanford Imaging Study Reveals Differences in Brain Function for Children With Math Anxiety
Released March 21, 2012
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image of a video camera recording Design Eye for the Science Guy: Drop-in Clinic Helps Scientists Communicate Data
Released February 21, 2012
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Released February 16, 2012
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students working on the  POSaM device Engineering Students Take a Plunge Into . . . Biology
Released February 9, 2012
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girl reading the temperature from a thermometer Generation X: How Young Adults Deal With Influenza
Released January 24, 2012
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David Haury When It Comes to Accepting Evolution, Gut Feelings Trump Facts
Released January 19, 2012
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an African Agama lizard Leaping Lizards' Message to Robots: Get a Tail!
Released January 4, 2012
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Image of President Obama greeting the 2010 and 2011 PAESMEM awardees on Dec. 12, 2011. President Obama Honors Outstanding Science, Math and Engineering Mentors
Released December 14, 2011
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Released November 17, 2011
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