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Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS) Research

Homo Erectus Before the Split
Ethiopian fossil skull provides crucial evidence to human ancestry theory.

Unmasking Bias
Implicit Association Test can help individuals identify their own unconscious biases, and use that knowledge to help avoid discriminatory behavior.

Scientists Find Earliest "New World" Writings in Mexico
Scientists have uncovered evidence of what is believed to be the earliest form of writing ever found in the New World.

BCS Responds to September 11th
Results from Small Grants for Exploratory Research are already providing important insights into this crisis and its aftermath.

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Social and Economic Sciences (SES) Research

Mistaken Identity
How feedback 'after the fact' influences eyewitnesses

Study Tracks Wealth, Health and the Cycles of Life
The Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) remains one of the premier tools for socio-economic research

Informed Decisions: Can Scientific Knowledge Meet Society's Needs?
Using global climate change as a case study, undergraduates explore the nature of scientific knowledge and its implications for public policy debate.

SES Responds to September 11th
Results from Small Grants for Exploratory Research are already providing important insights into this crisis and its aftermath.

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International Programs (INT) Research

It's Elemental: Detecting Toxicity in a Controversial Fuel Additive
U.S. - German team develops new analytical technique

Of Rifts, Shifts and Fissures
Geophysicists build on rock-solid successes in Central Europe.

When is a Diatom like a Dodo Bird?
Documenting Diversity on Mongolia's Lake Hovsgol

Databank of the Deep: Lake Titicaca
Scientists extract a history of climate from legendary waters

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Feature: SRS Reports on the Issues

International Patenting Trends in Biotechnology: Genetic Engineering
June 18, 1999

International Patenting Trends in Manufacturing Technologies: Robots
April 22, 1999

International Patenting Trends in Advanced Materials: Ceramics
June 18, 1999

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