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Rethinking the Science of Politics - Multiple Methods Strengthen Scientific Inference (PR 04-080)
Added Jun 03 2004

United States Still Leads in Science and Engineering, But Uncertainties Complicate Outlook (PR 04-061)
Added May 04 2004

States Vary Widely on Indicators of Education, Workforce, R&D; Spending and High-Tech Economies (PR 04-062)
Added May 04 2004

Shell Beads from South African Cave Show Modern Human Behavior 75,000 Years Ago (PR 04-048)
Added Apr 15 2004

Critical Lessons from September 11th (MA 04-04)
Added Feb 17 2004

National Survey Reveals Continuing Decline in Science and Engineering Doctoral Degrees (PR 03-134)
Added Dec 04 2003

NSF Awards New Grants to Study Societal Implications of Nanotechnology (PR 03-89)
Added Aug 26 2003

Game Theorist Sandler Describes Unintended Consequences of U.S. Counter-Terrorism Policies (PR 03-45)
Added Apr 28 2003

Researchers Tie Worldwide Biodiversity Threats to Growth in Households (PR 03-06)
Added Jan 10 2003

National Survey Documents Drop in Doctoral Degrees in Science and Engineering (PR 03-04)
Added Jan 06 2003

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