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The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a nearly $20 million award that will support the construction of a nanoscale fabrication facility...
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Data access and discovery continue to be topics of great interest across the federal data ecosystem. The National Center for Science and Engineering...
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A wide range of innovative products, from biomedical implants to aerospace composites, come from research in materials informatics (MI) — the...
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Although they have been known to mariners for centuries — having aided in shipwrecking Columbus and sinking parts of the Spanish Armada — scientists...
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The Cascadia Subduction Zone, located in the U.S. Pacific Northwest and southwestern British Columbia, has hosted magnitude ≥8.0 megathrust earthquakes in the geologic past, a future earthquake is imminent, and the potential impacts could cripple the region. Subduction zone earthquakes represent some of the most devastating natural hazards on Earth.
For the first time, NSF-funded researchers revealed a detailed look at the potential for a major earthquake off the coasts of southern British...
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Coral reef at the NSF Long-Term Ecological Research site in Moorea, French Polynesia, in January, 2024
The French Polynesian island Moorea is the most beautiful isle in the world, some say. Its lagoons are surrounded by reefs dominated by Porites corals...
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Today, the U.S. National Science Foundation, in partnership with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), announced the three winning...
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Whether they're fluffy, bright or ominous, clouds are key to regulating Earth's energy and water cycles. Two sets of U.S. National Science Foundation...
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A visualization of cold carbon monoxide gas in the Sculptor Galaxy captured by the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).
In May 2024, experts from the U.S. National Science Foundation National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NSF NRAO) and the medical imaging field presented...
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