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  May 6, 2016
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graph showing connections between tweets May 5, 2016
IU data scientists launch free tools to analyze online trends, memes
News From the Field
stretchable photodetector with photoresponsivity April 6, 2016
Crumpling approach enhances photodetectors' light responsivity
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an artist's impression of supernova ASASSN-15lh January 14, 2016
What is 10 miles across but powers an explosion brighter than the Milky Way?
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evolution graphic May 11, 2015
Tortoise approach works best--even for evolution
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Class of 2015: Early career engineers to watch March 25, 2015
NSF Engineering boosts 146 early-career researchers with awards totaling $73M
a large cluster galaxy March 5, 2015
Distant supernova split 4 ways by gravitational lens
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galaxy M60-UCD1 September 17, 2014
A massive black hole has been found at the center of an ultra-compact galaxy
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Gemini North telescope on Hawaii's Mauna Kea September 17, 2014
Smallest known galaxy with a supermassive black hole
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collision of two streams of interstellar gas August 31, 2014
Mixing in star-forming clouds explains why sibling stars look alike
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a collision of two streams of interstellar gas August 31, 2014
Why sibling stars look alike: Early, fast mixing in star-birth clouds
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simulated image shows the most distant stars July 9, 2014
Astronomers discover the most distant Milky Way stars detected to date
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a newly discovered planet (far right) July 3, 2014
Discovery expands search for Earth-like planets
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image of cells May 22, 2014
Delegating the dirty work is a key to evolution
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segue 1 image May 1, 2014
Nearby galaxy is a “fossil” from the early universe
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sun-like star in a self-lensing binary star system April 21, 2014
'Upside-down planet' reveals new method for studying binary star systems
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image of NGC 253 July 24, 2013
Starburst Wind Keeps Galaxies "Thin"
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tiny wells hold individual populations of E. coli February 19, 2013
Mutant Champions Save Imperiled Species From Almost-certain Extinction
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Serita Frey collects samples at Harvard Forest January 23, 2013
Warmer Soils Release Additional CO2 Into Atmosphere; Effect Stabilizes Over Longer Term
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an experimental electric car under development January 23, 2013
Motion Control Keeps Electric Car's Four Wheels--and Four Motors--on the Road
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astronomy graphic January 11, 2013
Nearby Dwarf Galaxy and Possible Protogalaxy Discovered
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News thumbnail December 3, 2012
Finding "BigFoot": UCLA Researchers Create and Offer Medical Monitoring Software Free Online
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Illustration depicting the nanolipogel administering its immunotherapy cargo. July 15, 2012
Elegant Delivery
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Image illustrating how a two-dimensional sheet can bend into a three-dimensional shape. March 8, 2012
Researchers 'Print' Polymers That Bend Into 3-D Shapes
Press Release
Illustration of channels in a polymer electrolyte membrane material. June 21, 2011
Stretching Old Material Yields New Results for Energy- and Environment-related Devices
Press Release
a simulated storm showing reflectivity May 2, 2011
Oklahoma Researchers Use Supercomputer to Detail the Inner Workings of Tornadoes
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Image showing many drug capsules. November 12, 2010
Key Player in Detoxification Pathway Isolated After Decades of Searching
Press Release
collapsed bridge September 1, 2010
Mimicking Fish and Tailoring Radar to Warn of Bridge Peril
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NSF PECASE awardees January 14, 2010
President Bestows Highest Honor on University of Oklahoma Scientist
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people and society graphic April 29, 2009
Brain Processes Written Words as Unique 'Objects,' GUMC Neuroscientists Say
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