National Science Foundation

National Science Foundation
Decadal fluctuations in ocean salinity, nutrients, chlorophyll, a variety of zooplankton species, and fish stocks in the Northeast Pacific have been unexplained for many years. They are often poorly correlated with the most widely used indicator of... Read More
The George Washington University
This week, our WEBISODE focuses on “GreenStreets,” a project from Drexel University Professor and NSF funded scientist, Franco Montalto. Got storm water? He's working on a solution!
National Science Foundation
In urban areas that receive a lot of rain, researchers from Drexel University have transformed small green spaces, such as medians and traffic circles, into "greenstreets" that can help manage a city's excess storm water. The areas also help... Read More
National Science Foundation
In this episode of Green Revolution, learn how solar cells capture energy from the sun, and how scientists and engineers are improving this technology so you can use the power of the sun on the go.
Planet Forward
In this week's webisode, we bring you an idea from the National Science Foundation about the benefits of green roofs. Also hear from a Planet Forward member who shows us her small business of painting roofs white for an environmental benefit.
National Science Foundation
According to these researchers, renewable energy is a vital part of the country’s energy future. However, there is variability in renewable sources (sometimes it’s not sunny or windy!), so this team is developing ways to make sure our energy supply... Read More
National Science Foundation
Can bugs save the planet? Join host Lisa Van Pay, PhD (aka a scientist) as she explores exciting alternative energy research taking place around the country.
National Science Foundation
Last night on Bloomberg West we showed you City Car, a car that’s in a league of its own! These shareable electric cars can stack together like shopping carts, so they take up less space and also make getting around cities easier and more... Read More
National Science Foundation
How do we harness the power of hydrogen and turn it into useable energy? This episode of Green Revolution talks to scientists who are up for the hydrogen energy challenge.
National Science Foundation
How do we turn biological material into energy? This episode of Green Revolution explores how scientists are studying algae, ants, plants, and sawmill waste to help create fuel for the future.

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