Science Nation

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An online magazine examining the breakthroughs and the possibilities for new discoveries about our planet, our universe and ourselves. Each week, Science Nation takes a dynamic, entertaining look at the research--and the researchers--that will change our lives.

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Description
An online magazine examining the breakthroughs and the possibilities for new discoveries about our planet, our universe and ourselves. Each week, Science Nation takes a dynamic, entertaining look at the research--and the researchers--that will change our lives.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-11-03 03:57
last episode published
2018-10-26 06:00
publication frequency
13.15 days
Contributors
Laurie Howell owner  
National Science Foundation author  
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Number of Episodes
126
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Categories
Technology Science & Medicine

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
26.10.2018

Socially assistive robots for children on the autism spectrum - Science Nation

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12.10.2018

Engineering soft robots for paradigm shift in rehabilitation - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
21.09.2018

SN-310 Poultry Litter_Master

National Science Foundation author
27.07.2018

Face Blindness study sheds light on typical brain function - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
13.07.2018

Rock arches are singing and scientists are listening

National Science Foundation author
15.06.2018

New, printable and flexible ceramic bone grafts could be a game changer

National Science Foundation author
1.06.2018

Engineering smarter robotic boats for safer, cheaper work on the water

National Science Foundation author
18.05.2018

Helping stroke survivors walk as normally as possible

National Science Foundation author
4.05.2018

The genetic path to biodiversity

National Science Foundation author
20.04.2018

Novel approach advances home and health sensors

National Science Foundation author
6.04.2018

Soft "vine robots" grow into solutions

National Science Foundation author
23.03.2018

Data-driven optimization to improve mobile health care in disadvantaged communities

National Science Foundation author
9.03.2018

Engineering earthquake resilience in downtown skyscrapers

National Science Foundation author
23.02.2018

Water rescue robot EMILY gets some help from the sky

National Science Foundation author
9.02.2018

Spinach to hearts: Leafy vegetable inspires new way to generate heart tissue

National Science Foundation author
1.12.2017

NSF-funded research to forecast space weather, protect the power grid, pipelines and satellites

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10.11.2017

"Clothes make the cloud" in this lab

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27.10.2017

Batlab studies echolocation to learn how animals "see" with sound

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29.09.2017

Bioengineering infant heart patches with a baby’s own heart cells

National Science Foundation author
20.09.2017

Leading-edge research aims to predict, limit harmful algal blooms

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5.09.2017

Genomic science uncovers genes that enable plants to grow more with less fertilizer

National Science Foundation author
14.08.2017

Decades of bird signals, songs digitized for scientific research - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
31.07.2017

Rare audio of indigenous languages saved by invention 100 years later - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
14.06.2017

Researchers gauge impact of "Maker" job opportunities for underserved teens

National Science Foundation author
6.04.2017

Engineering highly adaptable robots requires new tools for new rules - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
16.02.2017

"Terraformer" wind tunnel takes hazards engineering research to a new level

National Science Foundation author
8.02.2017

Transformational building design energizes water recycling -- literally!

National Science Foundation author
1.02.2017

Hands-on learning research that benefits the economy, environment

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25.01.2017

Cotton candy machine used to regrow human tissue

National Science Foundation author
18.01.2017

Brain prints reveal children?s reading difficulties

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30.12.2016

Investigating the impact of natural and human-made nanomaterials on living things

National Science Foundation author
6.12.2016

Scientists create ice storms to study nature?s chilly response - Science Nation

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1.12.2016

Engineers design new lead detector for water

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30.11.2016

NSF supports "Array of Things" prototype in Chicago

National Science Foundation author
2.11.2016

Lizard species diverging to survive

National Science Foundation author
26.10.2016

Living Bridge Project shows off potential of "smart" infrastructure to provide services - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
19.10.2016

Food and fear: Modeling animal tradeoffs shaped by landscape complexity - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
12.10.2016

ReNUWIt: Changing the way we manage urban water - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
27.09.2016

New nanotechnology to produce sustainable, clean water for developing nations

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21.09.2016

Insect battles provide clues to evolution

National Science Foundation author
12.09.2016

These smart threads could save lives

National Science Foundation author
21.06.2016

Pig manure paves road to sustainable asphalt - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
16.06.2016

Phytotron facelift facilitates cutting edge research on plants - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
8.06.2016

Babies are language sponges -- even with sign language - Science Nation

National Science Foundation author
2.06.2016

New multilayered materials ready for take off

National Science Foundation author
19.05.2016

Soldier scientists inventing lighter bullet proof vests, and more

National Science Foundation author
11.05.2016

Kilauea: Up close and personal with red hot science!

National Science Foundation author
4.05.2016

Engineering slick solutions for sticky problems

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25.04.2016

Neuroimaging reveals detailed semantic maps across human cerebral cortex

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21.04.2016

Carbon nanotubes scaling up to surpass single-story silicon

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