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Sandra X-Pol May 13
Did you know that smart phones, voice-recognition, MRI, touch screens, and many more were
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National Science Foundation Jun 3
In some ways, we know more Mars than we do about our vast oceans. This National Ocean Month, join us as we explore the ways that our research vessels and submersibles make ocean science possible.
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TitanFolio May 11
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Sandra X-Pol Jun 28
A study at NCAR funded by NSF & other institutions found a direct link between Harvey’s rain and the unusual amount of heat in the Gulf of Mexico. A Category 6 hurricane may soon be a reality. This is to be expected due to warmer oceans.
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National Science Foundation Jul 2
What is space made of, how do we find out, and what is our place in the cosmos? This July, goes behind the scenes to reveal the observations, tech, and people discovering our universe's secrets. Read more:
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National Science Foundation May 30
Replying to @ehtelescope
The project not only advanced our understanding of astronomy but in working to capture the black hole, teams developed technologies that will improve data analysis, storage, and transmission, which will have impacts for all of society.
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National Science Foundation Jun 4
Early career research cruises prepare the next generation of scientists to effectively supervise and organize their own research voyages
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Diana Marsh Jun 21
Standing room only for Candace Greene’s talk on visual history and plains Indian artworks
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National Science Foundation May 30
Replying to @NSF
The early web had fewer than 100 pages but was hard to navigate. Google founders Larry Page & Sergey Brin came up with their novel algorithm working on the Digital Library Initiative, an NSF-led effort to improve web searching. Today, Google is valued at $739B.
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National Science Foundation May 21
Replying to @DARPA
T. aquaticus produces an enzyme that allows DNA to reproduce rapidly, creating millions of copies of DNA fragments. It's used in PCR DNA amplification, the cornerstone of modern genetic analysis, used in medical diagnostics and forensic science.
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Cheryl L. B. Manning Jun 6
Celebrating Oceans Week in Rayburn with the NSF crew
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National Science Foundation May 10
Replying to @NSF
Before the internet was commercialized, before your phone was smart, before there was a picture of a black hole, there was an researcher pursuing their curiosity.
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National Science Foundation May 10
Weather radar, safer car seats, Google Each day you encounter something made possible by the basic research funds. As we count down to our 70th anniversary—a year from today—we're sharing all the things that were
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National Science Foundation May 24
Replying to @GallaudetU
In 1960 when 's William Stokoe received an NSF grant to study the linguistic structure of sign language, it wasn't considered a true language. His research proved it shared the same traits as oral languages and was a language in the fullest sense.
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National Science Foundation Jun 3
Replying to @NSF
We'll be checking in with four of our ships deployed off the coasts of Hawaii, Alaska, Brazil and Antarctica to show you how we bring researchers to the oceans--and how those scientists bring the oceans back to you
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Diana Marsh Jul 12
The “overwhelmingness”! -Ava Salzer, SIMA,
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Diana Marsh Jul 12
Unexpected shout out to the Ewers Papers in Leonie Treier’s SIMA presentation on Catlin’s ethnographic object collections :
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Diana Marsh Jul 11
First SIMA presentation of the day from Matthew Webb! Thanks for continued support of a killer program.
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Diana Marsh Jul 10
Check out my new pub about my research ⁦⁩ and ⁦: “Research-driven approaches to improving archival discovery” | IASSIST Quarterly
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Rodrigo D. ✭ Jun 12
El Gobierno de considera que avanzar en ciencia y tecnología es adaptar las leyes a los negocios de las grandes multinacionales, y capacitar a los técnicos en ingenieros en sus productos. No. Los grandes avances tecnológicos los promueve el Estado
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