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Illustration show the Earth with images of faces and a star and lighting effects in space. International Collaboration Key to Science and Engineering Globalization
Released August 30, 2012
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image of a baby chimp More Clues About Why Chimps and Humans Are Genetically Different
Released August 23, 2012
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Illustration of a graph on a grid in the foreground with purple circles in the background. NSF Reports on R&D Spending by Businesses in the United States
Released August 22, 2012
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image of a human brain Princeton Study Reveals the Brain's Mysterious Switchboard Operator
Released August 17, 2012
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Photo of linguist Johanna Brugman of Cornell, right, with Ouma Katrina Esau and Willem Damarah. NEH and NSF Award $4.5 Million to Preserve Languages Threatened With Extinction
Released August 10, 2012
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image of three beakers Seeking That Caffeine Buzz for More Than a Thousand Years
Released August 6, 2012
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Photo of three researchers in lab coats and a microscope and test tubes on a table. Research Collaboration Among Multiple Institutions Is Growing Trend
Released August 3, 2012
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Pie chart showing summary statistics from FY 2009 survey of state R&D expenditures. NSF Releases Report Detailing Nationwide and State-by-State R&D Activities Performed by State Government Agencies
Released August 2, 2012
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people and society graphic Hey, I’m Over Here: Men and Women See Things Differently
Released July 31, 2012
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image of people in a cave Later Stone Age Got Earlier Start in South Africa Than Thought
Released July 31, 2012
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image of Beijing covered with smog Pollution Can Make Citizens--Both Rich and Poor--Go Green
Released July 30, 2012
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a young boy practices his archery skills Genomic Study of Africa's Hunter-gatherers Elucidates Human Variation and Ancient Interbreeding
Released July 26, 2012
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people and society graphic Environmental Groups Should Pool Efforts to Reach the Public
Released July 26, 2012
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Zheng Wang Study Shows Why Some Types of Multitasking Are More Dangerous Than Others
Released July 23, 2012
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Illustration of a DNA abstract. NSF Announces New INSPIRE Awards
Released July 18, 2012
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an image in Guatemala depicts the Maya sun god El Zotz Masks Yield Insights Into Maya Beliefs
Released July 18, 2012
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Photo of a male scientist in foreground holding test tube and pipette, female researcher in back. Updated Data Now Available on the Employment and Education Patterns of Underrepresented Groups in Science and Engineering
Released July 16, 2012
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a collapsed sluice gate is outlined in red UC Research Reveals Largest Ancient Dam Built by Maya in Central America
Released July 16, 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 of hand holding stemmed points Paisley Caves Yield 13,000-Year Old Western Stemmed Points, More Human DNA
Released July 12, 2012
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News thumbnail of researcher and cave interior Oregon's Paisley Caves as Old as Clovis Sites--But Not Clovis
Released July 12, 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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a leader and a follower fend off a bachelor Researchers From Penn, Michigan and Duke Study How Cooperation Can Trump Competition in Monkeys
Released July 3, 2012
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image of Australopithecus sediba skull Diet of Early Human Relative Australopithecus Shows Surprises, Says Texas A&M Researcher
Released June 27, 2012
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screen shot of pre-human teeth They Were What They Ate
Released June 27, 2012
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a dental analysis of a hominid Ancient Human Ancestors Had Unique Diet, According to Study Involving CU-Boulder
Released June 27, 2012
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image of a chimpanzee Out of the Mouths of Primates, Facial Mechanics of Human Speech May Have Evolved
Released June 20, 2012
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people walking with math equations in background Research Team Finds Knowledge of Fractions and Long Division Predicts Long-term Math Success
Released June 15, 2012
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image of a fossils inner ear Inner Ear May Hold Key to Ancient Primate Behavior
Released June 14, 2012
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map of Atlanta showing the population in 1990 Racial Diversity Increases, But Segregation Persists Says Dartmouth Geography Professor
Released June 14, 2012
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