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Researchers lay the groundwork for high resolution “heat maps” to protect residents and improve city planning A quick check on a smartphone will provide you with the day`s expected ...

Researchers lay the groundwork for high resolution “heat maps” to protect residents and improve city planning A quick check on ...

Researchers lay the groundwork for high resolution “heat maps” to protect residents and ...

Chemistry Pioneer Sets Her Sights On Rare Earth Oxides - Science Nation

Investigating high temperature materials critical to everyday electronics Renowned chemist, geochemist and materials scientist Alexandra Navrotsky has become a pioneer in her field over the last 50 years. She even has a mineral named after her -- Navrotskyite. With support from NSF, Navrotsky and her team at the University of California, Davis, (moving to Arizona State University) have invented an instrument to study high temperature materials, including rare earth oxides. These materials are in many of the electronics we take for ...

Investigating high temperature materials critical to everyday electronics Renowned chemist, geochemist and materials scientist Alexandra Navrotsky has become a pioneer in her field over the last 50 years. She even has a mineral named after her -- Navrotskyite. With support from NSF, Navrotsky and her team ...

Investigating high temperature materials critical to everyday electronics Renowned chemist, geochemist and materials scientist Alexandra Navrotsky has become a pioneer in her field over the ...

New Sensors To Monitor Storm Surge On Bridges

A University of Florida team is starting to gather real-time data on the impact of waves and rising water on bridges during hurricanes. Unlike studies that rely on tests in wave laboratories, this research will use data transmitted directly from bridges during actual storms. With support from NSF, civil engineering Professor Jennifer Bridge and her students are investigating how best to provide early warning to communities when a bridge is in danger of failing due to storm damage. Monitoring coastal ...

A University of Florida team is starting to gather real-time data on the impact of waves and rising water on bridges during hurricanes. Unlike studies that rely on tests in wave laboratories, this research will use data transmitted directly from bridges during actual storms. With ...

A University of Florida team is starting to gather real-time data on the impact of waves and rising water on bridges during hurricanes. Unlike studies ...

Engineering Improvements To Deep Brain Stimulation - Science Nation

Researchers aim to give DBS patients more control, fewer side effects This University of Washington research is advancing deep brain stimulation, or DBS, which is used to treat people with essential tremor, Parkinson's disease and other conditions. A team at the Center for Neurotechnology, an NSF Engineering Research Center, is designing and testing upgrades for DBS devices to make them smarter and less intrusive. Along with enhanced brain sensors, new control algorithms and machine learning techniques to improve device performance, ...

Researchers aim to give DBS patients more control, fewer side effects This University of Washington research is advancing deep brain stimulation, or DBS, which is used to treat people with essential tremor, Parkinson's disease and other conditions. A team at the Center for Neurotechnology, an ...

Researchers aim to give DBS patients more control, fewer side effects This University of Washington research is advancing deep brain stimulation, or DBS, which is ...

Hyperlocal Mapping Within Urban Heat Islands For Future Forecasting - Science Nation

Researchers lay the groundwork for high resolution “heat maps” to protect residents and improve city planning A quick check on a smartphone will provide you with the day's expected high temperature, but what if you could find out how hot it's going to be in your neighborhood? That type of finely tuned heat forecast would be as much for health as convenience. In fact, it could save lives. With support from NSF, a multidisciplinary University of Georgia team is compiling ...

Researchers lay the groundwork for high resolution “heat maps” to protect residents and improve city planning A quick check on a smartphone will provide you with the day's expected high temperature, but what if you could find out how hot it's going to be in ...

Researchers lay the groundwork for high resolution “heat maps” to protect residents and improve city planning A quick check on a smartphone will provide you ...

National Maglab: The Largest, Highest Powered Magnet Lab In The World - Science Nation

NSF's National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, or National MagLab, is a global destination for groundbreaking research across scientific disciplines. Nearly 2,000 scientists from around the world use MagLab's facilities each year, leveraging the power of high magnetic fields to explore new physical phenomena, develop materials for future generation technology, overcome energy challenges, and increase understanding of the human brain and life in general. The research in this episode was supported by NSF grants #1644779, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Renewal 2018-2022; #1462383, CAREER: ...

NSF's National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, or National MagLab, is a global destination for groundbreaking research across scientific disciplines. Nearly 2,000 scientists from around the world use MagLab's facilities each year, leveraging the power of high magnetic fields to explore new physical phenomena, develop materials for ...

NSF's National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, or National MagLab, is a global destination for groundbreaking research across scientific disciplines. Nearly 2,000 scientists from around the world ...

Very Large Array Observatory Reveals The Universe - Science Nation

Black holes, star births and deaths, colliding galaxies and more -- all in a day's work at the VLA The Very Large Array, or VLA, is a complex of 27 massive antennas on the Plains of San Agustin in central New Mexico, all pointing skyward to monitor radio emissions from the cosmos. With support from NSF, astronomers, such as Claire Chandler, use this facility to observe the most dynamic, cataclysmic events in the universe. The research in this episode was supported ...

Black holes, star births and deaths, colliding galaxies and more -- all in a day's work at the VLA The Very Large Array, or VLA, is a complex of 27 massive antennas on the Plains of San Agustin in central New Mexico, all pointing skyward to ...

Black holes, star births and deaths, colliding galaxies and more -- all in a day's work at the VLA The Very Large Array, or VLA, ...

Synthetic Proteins: Mimicking The Molecular Machinery Of Life - Science Nation

Imagine synthetic antibiotics that could fight infections like MRSA, custom pharmaceuticals to treat advanced prostate cancer, and new enzymes that will turn cellulose into fuel. With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), chemist Kent Kirshenbaum and his team at New York University are engineering molecules to mimic the shape, structure and function of natural proteins. The ultimate goal of this biomimetic chemistry research is to develop a reliable way to build synthetic proteins that can be put to work ...

Imagine synthetic antibiotics that could fight infections like MRSA, custom pharmaceuticals to treat advanced prostate cancer, and new enzymes that will turn cellulose into fuel. With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), chemist Kent Kirshenbaum and his team at New York University are engineering ...

Imagine synthetic antibiotics that could fight infections like MRSA, custom pharmaceuticals to treat advanced prostate cancer, and new enzymes that will turn cellulose into fuel. ...

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