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‘Don’t believe in stereotyping’ @NSFInnovateSBIR’s Grace Wang #WomenNSF
'Follow what you find fascinating, the people you find interesting’ @MIT biologist Sallie Chisholm #WomenNSF
To celebrate #WomensHistoryMonth, we asked female awardees and staff about #STEM advice for girls. Look for their answers here! #WomenNSF
By May 1, nominate outstanding scientists and engineers for presidential distinction #NMS
Did you know that Blue Waters peak speed is over 200,000 times faster than the average laptop? #HappyBdayBlueWaters
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Robots that can learn from experience? hold our memories? @calit2ucsd Director Larry Smarr interview featured @science360 Radio
#STEM #teachers: #PAEMST deadlines have been extended! Nominate a K-6 teacher by 4/15.
Federal science and engineering obligations to universities and colleges dropped by 11% in FY 2011.
Diverse ecosystems are better at fighting pollution
Visualizing groundwater flow through karst in South Fla aquifers
At the bamboo buffet, it's horses vs. pandas
These #NSFfunded champs fight for quality science ed, inside & outside the classroom. #WHChamps
#trivia @NSF-funded research says which isn't as monogamous as once believed vultures, voles or penguins? #scigov
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New Video: Science Now: We explore everything from fossils to weather radar to what happened after the Big Bang.
Movie #Frozen used computer simulations that help predict blast scenarios, made by @MizzouNews researchers #NSFfunded
Nanoscale platform promotes cardiac cell growth
#FreeForAll: Scientist-turned-filmmaker Randy Olson gives communication tips at session @NatGeo.
Research highlight: Greasing the Earth's big plates
MT @UBScience What's it like to live in an Arctic research camp? #UBuffalo #Arctic #NSFfunded
Kudos to bioethicist Arthur Caplan, recipient of @NSF_NSB’s 2014 Public Service Award for an Individual!
Larry Smarr of UCSD talks about cognitive computing, building computers that can learn from experience.
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