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The U.S. National Science Foundation has selected Kaye Husbands Fealing to head the Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE)...
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The U.S. National Science Foundation announced the winners of the Visionary Interdisciplinary Teams Advancing Learning (VITAL) Prize Challenge...
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The U.S. National Science Foundation has awarded over $12.7 million across nine research teams to understand better the untapped capabilities of...
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In response to the rapidly evolving landscape of data collection and analysis driven by advances in artificial intelligence, the U.S. National Science...
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Across the research enterprise, organizations face varying challenges with access to research support and service infrastructure. This creates...
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NSF hosts Ireland’s Minister of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science
NSF Director Panchanathan welcomed Ireland's science minister to NSF headquarters this week and joined a working dinner discussion at the U.S. Chamber...
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The U.S. National Science Foundation is advancing equitable water solutions, investing $9.8 million in 15 multidisciplinary teams selected for Phase 1...
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The U.S. National Science Foundation is investing $10.4 million to develop innovative technologies and solutions to address a wide range of challenges...
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A composite image. At right, plants being studied at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source. A set of leaves is placed in front of an X-ray beam. At right, two female researchers -- Louisa Smieska and Ju-Chen Chia -- stand a few feet away from the camera in a growth chamber in Weill Hall. Chia holds a potted plant that both she and Smieska are examining. Both women wear sweaters, jeans, and glasses.
Today, the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) announced a nearly $20 million award that will support the construction of novel infrastructure to...
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