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CT scan showing brain cast and skull of modern woodpecker   Image Bird brains predate birds themselves (Image 1)
Updated November 10, 2015
Graduate students and scientists in the lab at the NSF ERC-RMB   Image ERC Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials research (Image 3)
Updated November 10, 2015
Graduate students and scientists in the lab at the NSF ERC-RMB   Image ERC Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials research (Image 2)
Updated November 10, 2015
Graduate students in the lab at the NSF ERC-RMB   Image ERC Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials research (Image 1)
Updated November 10, 2015
Hydrodynamic and DNA-linked crystals   Image Hydrodynamic and DNA-linked crystals
Updated November 10, 2015
Defect patterns in DNA-linked crystals   Image Defect patterns in DNA-linked crystals
Updated November 10, 2015
A computer generated image of visualized variables from a star simulation   Image Inside view of rapidly spinning star (Image 2)
Updated November 10, 2015
A computer generated image of visualized variables from a star simulation dataset   Image Inside view of rapidly spinning star (Image 1)
Updated November 10, 2015
Painting showing expanding shell of gas and dust around the star Sakurais Object   Image Expanding shell of gas and dust around Sakurais Object
Updated November 10, 2015
<em>Chlamydomonas reinhardtii</em>, a type of green algae   Image Green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Image 6)
Updated November 9, 2015
<em>Chlamydomonas reinhardtii</em>, a type of green algae   Image Green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Image 5)
Updated November 9, 2015
<em>Chlamydomonas reinhardtii</em>, a type of green algae   Image Green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Image 4)
Updated November 9, 2015
False color image of <em>Chlamydomonas reinhardtii</em>, a type of green algae   Image Green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Image 3)
Updated November 9, 2015
<em>Chlamydomonas reinhardtii</em>, a type of green algae   Image Green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Image 2)
Updated November 9, 2015
<em>Chlamydomonas reinhardtii</em>, a type of green algae   Image Green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Image 1)
Updated November 9, 2015
"Polymer Micro-structure Self-assembly," by Anna Pyayt and Howard Kaplan, USF   Image "Polymer Micro-structure Self-assembly" (Image 2)
Updated November 9, 2015
"Polymer Micro-structure Self-assembly," by Anna Pyayt and Howard Kaplan, USF   Image "Polymer Micro-structure Self-assembly" (Image 1)
Updated November 9, 2015
"Biomineral Single Crystals," by Pupa U.P.A. Gilbert and Christopher E. Killian, UW-Madiso   Image "Biomineral Single Crystals"
Updated November 9, 2015
An artist's rendering of a bacterial cell engineered to produce amyloid nanofibers   Image Engineers design 'living materials'
Updated November 9, 2015
Water species like hippos have higher levels of antibiotic resistance than non-water species   Image Wildlife species provide clues to spread of antibiotic resistance in Africa (Image 4)
Updated November 6, 2015
Silver nanowire dry electrode can monitor a patient's signals like EKG and EMG   Image Silver nanowire dry electrode (Image 1)
Updated November 6, 2015
The Discovery Files   Audio "Epidermal Electronics" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated November 5, 2015
Path of water through karst limestone structure of a ground sample using ray tracing   Image Ray-tracing software lets researchers visualize science (Image 1)
Updated November 5, 2015
Path of water through karst limestone structure of a ground sample using ray tracing   Image Ray-tracing software lets researchers visualize science (Image 2)
Updated November 5, 2015
The turbulent structures that form as a fluid proceeds through a channel using ray tracing   Image Ray-tracing software lets researchers visualize science (Image 3)
Updated November 5, 2015
The turbulent mixing of two fluids in a Richtmyer-Meshkov instability problem using ray tracing   Image Ray-tracing software lets researchers visualize science (Image 4)
Updated November 5, 2015
ship in a sea of ice   Video Join Ken Golden on a Polar adventure as he explores the mathematics of what's going on in sea ice
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 5, 2015
Researchers evaluate antibiotic resistance among fecal <em>E.coli</em>   Image Wildlife species provide clues to spread of antibiotic resistance in Africa (Image 6)
Updated November 4, 2015
Carnivores such as hyenas have higher levels of multi-drug resistance than omnivores or herbivores   Image Wildlife species provide clues to spread of antibiotic resistance in Africa (Image 5)
Updated November 4, 2015
A recent study found that herbivores such as elephant had lower levels of multidrug resistance   Image Wildlife species provide clues to spread of antibiotic resistance in Africa (Image 3)
Updated November 4, 2015
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