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Study Shows Which Fish Clean Up Coral Reefs - VIDEO - from NSF and Georgia Tech

Study Shows Which Fish Clean Up Coral Reefs - VIDEO - from NSF and Georgia Tech

National Science Foundation

NSF awards to increase knowledge of Earth’s biodiversity

National Science Foundation

Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) (nsf17573) | NSF - National Science Foundation

Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) (nsf17573) | NSF - National Science Foundation

NCTC awarded National Science Foundation grant to advance Unmanned Aircraft Systems and geospatial education

NCTC awarded National Science Foundation grant to advance Unmanned Aircraft Systems and geospatial education

National Science Foundation Selects NCTC to Lead Large Project Drone Initiative in Education

National Science Foundation Selects NCTC to Lead Large Project Drone Initiative in Education

Comme chaque année, depuis 10 ans, la National Science Foundation (Etats-Unis) a fait équipe avec la revue Science pour coparrainer l’International Science

Les meilleures visualisations artistiques 2012 de différents concepts scientifiques

Comme chaque année, depuis 10 ans, la National Science Foundation (Etats-Unis) a fait équipe avec la revue Science pour coparrainer l’International Science

LIGO and Virgo observatories jointly detect black hole collision | NSF - National Science Foundation

LIGO and Virgo observatories jointly detect black hole collision | NSF - National Science Foundation

RESU -  CAM [06], located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International.  The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South.     [ posted by mr. trona ]

RESU - CAM [06], located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International. The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South. [ posted by mr. trona ]

RESU -  CAM [01], located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International.  The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South.     [ posted by mr. trona ]

RESU - CAM [01], located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International. The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South. [ posted by mr. trona ]

Polarity - National Science Foundation Search Results

Polarity - National Science Foundation Search Results

RESU -  CAM [04], located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International.  The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South.     [ posted by mr. trona]

RESU - CAM [04], located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International. The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South. [ posted by mr. trona]

RESU -  CAM [02] located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International.  The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South.   http://www.ucalgary.ca/aurora/projects/risrc  [ POSTED BY MR. TRONA]

RESU - CAM [02] located at The Resolute Bay Observatory US National Science Foundation research station, which is operated by SRI International. The observatory is home to NSF's Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar - North (RISR-N), and the University of Calgary's RISR-C (Canada) radar. The twin radars point in opposite directions, RISR-N to the North and RISR-C to the South. http://www.ucalgary.ca/aurora/projects/risrc [ POSTED BY MR. TRONA]

Junzhou Huang, an associate professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Arlington, will use a $210,000 National Science Foundation grant to explore how to combine the two methods to more accurately predict the outcome of future data. Chao Chen at the City University of New York is co-principal investigator on the project.

Junzhou Huang, an associate professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Arlington, will use a $210,000 National Science Foundation grant to explore how to combine the two methods to more accurately predict the outcome of future data. Chao Chen at the City University of New York is co-principal investigator on the project.

National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program

National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program

UW center targets moonshots in materials science with $15.6M federal grant College students work with researchers as part of the UW Clean Energy Institutes Research Experience for Undergraduates program. (UW Clean Energy Institute Photo / Matt Hagen)  The University of Washington has received a $15.6 million six-year grant from the National Science Foundation to fund its Molecular Engineering Materials Center and take on moonshots that could lead to cleaner energy advanced light-based…

UW center targets moonshots in materials science with $15.6M federal grant College students work with researchers as part of the UW Clean Energy Institutes Research Experience for Undergraduates program. (UW Clean Energy Institute Photo / Matt Hagen) The University of Washington has received a $15.6 million six-year grant from the National Science Foundation to fund its Molecular Engineering Materials Center and take on moonshots that could lead to cleaner energy advanced light-based…

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