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  • The '''National Science Foundation''' is an organ of the [[United States Government]] which funds Scientifi | title=National Science Foundation History
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  • ...ch began in 1997, coincides with [[Sleek Geek]]<ref>[http://www.abc.net.au/science/sleekgeeks/default.htm Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Sleek Geek we ...engineering-week/download-activities-competitions-and-quizzes/quizzes NSEW science and engineering quiz]</ref> with topics including chemistry, space, animal
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  • ...ed for and operated on behalf of the [[United States]]' [[National Science Foundation]].<ref name=NSFResearchVesselNathanielBPalmer> | publisher=[[National Science Foundation]]
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  • ...cience Foundation's Support of The Atmospheric Sciences|edition=|publisher=National Academies Press|year=2007|id=ISBN 0-309-10349-5}} *{{cite book|author=John E. Frederick|title=Principles 0f Atmospheric Science|edition=1st Edition|publisher=Jones and Bartlett|year=2008|id=ISBN 0-7637-
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  • * National Medal of Science recipients. http://www.nsf.gov/ (National Science Foundation). Retrieved on 2007-09-25. * French Academy of Sciences. http://www.academie-sciences.fr/.+Retrieved on 2007-09-25.
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  • {{r|Science funding}} {{r|Science}}
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  • ...ded into [[Autonomous System]]s, which exchange information about the destinations they can reach, using the [[Border Gateway Protocol]] (BGP). | author = National Science Foundation}}</ref> The centers were interconnected by what seemed, at the time, to
    17 KB (2,481 words) - 10:48, 10 January 2012
  • ...ded by the [[National Science Foundation]], in Stanford's Center for Space Science & Astrophysics. *Gravity Foundation Prize, 1967
    2 KB (207 words) - 19:54, 24 July 2010
  • # National Science Foundation # International Astronomical Union
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  • ...January 10, 1938, in [[Milwaukee, Wisconsin]], is an acclaimed [[computer science|computer scientist]], [[Mathematics|mathematician]], and [[Emeritus Profes # In 1979, Knuth won a [[National Medal of Science]]<ref name="ScienceMedal">
    7 KB (1,029 words) - 12:21, 30 September 2007
  • ...on]], the [[Andrew W. Mellon Foundation]], the [[William and Flora Hewlett Foundation]], the [[Friedrich Hayek Fund]], the [[American Philosophical Associatio
    2 KB (351 words) - 14:33, 19 July 2008
  • ...presentation in the 21st Century Biology Lecture Series, National Science Foundation, [[Arlington, Virginia]]; and on July 10, 2003, at a Congressional Lunch ...mathematics]] has long been intertwined with the [[life science|biological sciences]], an explosive synergy between [[biology]] and mathematics seems poised
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  • {{r|Earth science}} {{r|National Environmental Research Institute of Denmark}}
    750 B (91 words) - 04:05, 18 June 2009
  • ...m/doi/10.1111/j.0021-8308.2004.00248.x/pdf The Social Psychology of "Pseudoscience": A Brief History] ''J Theory Social Behav'' 34:267-90 ("The word has asse ...e is a serious dispute as to whether they may properly be considered pseudoscience.
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  • ...prestigious fellowships and elected a member of the [[National Academy of Sciences]] in 1944. ...ns, she stopped publishing her data in 1953. Nonetheless, she continued in science, and later made an extensive study of the cytogenetics and [[ethnobotany]]
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  • ...prestigious fellowships and elected a member of the [[National Academy of Sciences]] in 1944. ...ns, she stopped publishing her data in 1953. Nonetheless, she continued in science, and later made an extensive study of the cytogenetics and [[ethnobotany]]
    27 KB (4,047 words) - 09:39, 26 October 2013
  • ==Determination of Rate== ...xcept when it is deemed that such publication would stand in conflict to [[National Security]].
    36 KB (4,554 words) - 07:45, 14 September 2013
  • ...PP) was launched in 2002 "to assess disease control priorities and produce science-based analyses and resource materials to inform health policy-making in de ...to the present). The FIC "promotes and supports scientific discovery internationally and mobilizes resources to reduce disparities in global health."
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  • ...esting in Capacity Building : A Guide to High-Impact Approaches. New York: Foundation Center, 2003. ...d Foundation Center. National Guide to Funding in Aging. 6th ed. New York: Foundation Center, 2000.
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  • ...r in [[Human evolution|Human Evolution]] and the Public Understanding of [[Science]]. ...ries of the year by [[Discover (magazine)|''Discover Magazine'']], an international periodical focusing on popular scientific issues. The first recognition
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