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map of tectonic plates Study of Chilean quake shows potential for future earthquake
Released August 13, 2014
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a DNA molecule passes through a nanopore New material could enhance fast and accurate DNA sequencing
Released August 13, 2014
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a DNA molecule New analysis reveals tumor weaknesses
Released August 13, 2014
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the nanopore-gated optofluidic chip Novel chip-based platform could simplify measurements of single molecules
Released August 13, 2014
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members of the Osaka lab research team New test reveals purity of graphene
Released August 13, 2014
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David Denlinger No excess baggage: Antarctic insect's genome, newly sequenced, is smallest to date
Released August 12, 2014
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a foam of copper Copper foam turns carbon dioxide into useful chemicals
Released August 12, 2014
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David Bucci Dartmouth study demonstrates key brain region in contextual memories
Released August 12, 2014
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schematic of a plasma torus around an exoplanet Follow the radio waves to exomoons
Released August 11, 2014
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image of a cars dashboard with a GPS system Rutgers researchers show how fast you drive might reveal exactly where you are going
Released August 11, 2014
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a protein folding funnel From eons to seconds, proteins exploit the same forces
Released August 11, 2014
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a fisherman walks toward open water A global temperature conundrum: Cooling or warming climate?
Released August 11, 2014
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rough running in the grass Next generation robotic legs for when the going gets rough
Released August 11, 2014
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Jacquin Niles (left) and Jeffrey Wagner An easier way to manipulate malaria genes
Released August 10, 2014
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education graphic What does 'diversity' mean to you? The answer may depend on your race
Released August 9, 2014
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a mix of mollusk shells Ancient shellfish remains rewrite 10,000-year history of El Niņo cycles
Released August 8, 2014
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a new algorithm changes seasons in outdoor photos Photo editing algorithm changes weather, seasons automatically
Released August 8, 2014
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floating mariculture installation at Sanya Study measures steep coastal costs of China's GDP growth
Released August 8, 2014
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3-d representation of projected LSST Taking astronomy to the next level
Released August 7, 2014
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NSB logo National Science Board to meet Aug. 13-14, 2014, in Arlington, Va.
Released August 7, 2014
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the bridge of gas (shown in green) Astronomers find stream of gas--2.6 million light years long
Released August 7, 2014
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map of most oxygen-deprived zones Ocean's most oxygen-deprived zones to shrink under climate change
Released August 7, 2014
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Northern Pacific's tropical anoxic zone Northern Pacific's tropical anoxic zone might shrink from climate change
Released August 7, 2014
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the self-folding mobile prototype Origami robot folds itself up, crawls away
Released August 7, 2014
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education graphic Gut microbes browse along a gene buffet
Released August 7, 2014
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an autonomous robot programmed to fold itself Robot folds itself up and walks away
Released August 7, 2014
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tessellation Learning from origami to design new materials
Released August 7, 2014
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Loihi Seamount structures built by iron-oxidizing microbes. Rust villages of the deep: In Pele's shadow, iron oxide, or rust, comes to life
Released August 7, 2014
Discovery
Ahi tuna heads on display at the market Mercury in the world's oceans: On the rise
Released August 6, 2014
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Scientists at work in the Diocles Extreme Light Laboratory NSF grants establish regional science and engineering collaborative consortia
Released August 6, 2014
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