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Make this the year you apply for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Applicants have until Monday, May 1 to complete #PAEMST submissions for the nation’s highest honor in K-12 STEM teaching. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Which is more alive: a live tree or a dead one? In a live tree, only a thin layer of wood and bark grow and transport water and nutrients from roots to leaves. A dead tree teems with life: insects, fungi, bacteria and other organisms. Learn more! #ArborDay
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#NSFfunded research measures students' brain activity during learning activities in the classroom.
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Tonight's your last chance to catch the producers and stars of the NSF-supported series The Crowd & The Cloud LIVE on Facebook at 10 p.m. ET and again at 10 p.m. PT.
Watch “Citizens4Earth” on WORLD channel or stream from CrowdAndCloud.org or PBS.org at 9 p.m. During the show, Tweet your questions via #CrowdCloudLIVE. After the show, host Waleed Abdalati, show producers, and people featured on...
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Descend with #NSFfunded researchers into the world’s oldest cave glacier, located in Transylvania. The ice cave hides scientific secrets: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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#NSFfunded researchers continue to reveal the brain, often using proteins to "label" and study types of cells. Can you name these neurons from the preview?
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To increase underrepresented groups in STEM, last September #NSFINCLUDES awarded 40 launch projects. See what are they doing now: bit.ly/2p4fS8P
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INCLUDES: Envisioning Impact 2017

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#NSFfunded researchers used laser-based 3D-bioprinting techniques to incorporate stem cells derived from adult human heart cells on a matrix that began to grow and beat synchronously in a dish in the lab.
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New discoveries about how butterflies feed could help engineers develop tiny probes that siphon liquid out of single cells for a wide range of medical tests and treatments. [ Bit.ly Link ]
New discoveries about how butterflies feed could help engineers develop tiny probes
It's Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month, and NSF is looking at the many ways that math and statistics help make our nation more secure. One mathematician at UC Davis has been developing algorithms that could help improve threat detection on different levels:potentially improving chemical threat detection as well as helping to build a more finely tuned airport scanner!
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#PAEMST Awardee Gretel von Bargen recently took her students all the way to Costa Rica to study caterpillars, the plants they eat and the parasitoids that eat them. Learn more here: [ Bit.ly Link ] #Earthday

Applications for the #PAEMST 2017 award cycle are due on May 1 - don’t miss your chance to be recognized! [ Bit.ly Link ]
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What happens when you ask a group of excited children about #EarthDay? Find out in this new NSF video celebrating Earth Day!
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On #EarthDay, track spring science with #NSFfunded researchers who study everything from flowers’ microscopic cells to thunderstorms called supercells. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Researchers from the #NSFfunded Growth project, have achieved never-before-seen images of a Type Ia supernova, named iPTF16geu – an exploding star whose light was warped on its way to us by the gravity of another galaxy. bit.ly/2oy93IZ
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A little #NSFfunded physics for the season as we begin planting gardens and thinking of the butterflies that will soon visit! Physicists may think of butterflies a bit differently than gardeners... Clemson University
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It's #earthweek, and fields are filled with rows of sunflowers facing the sun. How do they follow the sun from east to west? Check it out: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Are you loving learning about #citsci from the NSF-supported series The Crowd & The Cloud? Then join its producer, host, and a panel of experts TONIGHT (10 p.m. EST & again 10 p.m. PST) for a Facebook Live chat! Haven't seen it yet? There's still time! Catch episodes at CrowdAndCloud.org or check local PBS listings!
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Spring also has a darker side. April showers bring thunderstorms with whipping winds that can spin into tornadoes. [ Bit.ly Link ] #earthweek

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Earth’s soundscape, as researchers call it, changes from the stillness of winter to brooks burbling with snowmelt waters. #earthweek
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