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Doctors stand with world's first magnetic resonance scanner that scanned first live human scan   Image Doctors with world's first magnetic resonance scanner
Updated August 30, 2005
A researcher adjusts a 40-inch grid antenna   Image Adjusting a 40-inch Grid Antenna
Updated August 30, 2005
A researcher prepares the Scripps water motion sensor prototype   Image Preparing Water Motion Sensor Prototype
Updated August 30, 2005
Jianguo (Jack) Liu points out evidence of panda activity in forest at Wolong Nature Reserve   Image Panda study at Wolong Nature Researve (Image 2)
Updated August 30, 2005
Professor Jianguo "Jack" Liu pointing to panda "table scraps," pieces of chewed   Image Panda study at Wolong Nature Researve (Image 6)
Updated August 30, 2005
Adult panda delicately perched on a small branch for a better view of the forest below   Image Panda study at Wolong Nature Researve (Image 1)
Updated August 30, 2005
Researchers calibrate GPS equipment as they evaluate bamboo growth at Wolong Reserve   Image Panda study at Wolong Nature Researve (Image 4)
Updated August 30, 2005
A giant panda at the China Research and Conservation Center for the Giant Panda   Image Panda study at Wolong Nature Researve (Image 5)
Updated August 30, 2005
An artist's conception of the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) in compact configuration   Image ALMA in Compact Configuration
Updated August 30, 2005
An artist's conception of the antennas for the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA)   Image Antennas of ALMA
Updated August 30, 2005
Tiger beetle species <em>Cicindela oregona maricopa</em>   Image Tiger beetles as bioindicators (Image 4)
Updated August 30, 2005
Tiger beetle species <em>Cicindela lemniscata</em>   Image Tiger beetles as bioindicators (Image 3)
Updated August 30, 2005
A six-spotted tiger beetle (<em>Cicindela sexguttata</em>) suns itself   Image Tiger beetles as bioindicators (Image 1)
Updated August 30, 2005
Tiger beetle species <em>Cicindela pulchra</em>   Image Tiger beetles as bioindicators (Image 5)
Updated August 30, 2005
This bronzed tiger beetle (<em>Cicindela rapanda</em>) is camouflaged   Image Tiger beetles as bioindicators (Image 2)
Updated August 30, 2005
A numerical simulation depicting orbiting black holes   Image Numerical Simulation--Orbiting Black Holes (Image 5)
Updated August 29, 2005
A numerical simulation depicting orbiting black holes   Image Numerical Simulation--Orbiting Black Holes (Image 3)
Updated August 29, 2005
A numerical simulation depicting orbiting black holes   Image Numerical Simulation--Orbiting Black Holes (Image 2)
Updated August 29, 2005
Numerical simulation depicting orbiting black holes   Image Numerical Simulation--Orbiting Black Holes (Image 4(
Updated August 29, 2005
A numerical simulation depicting orbiting black holes   Image Numerical Simulation--Orbiting Black Holes (Image 1)
Updated August 29, 2005
The waveguide as it appears within the femtosecond laser amplifier system   Image Waveguide in Laser Amplifier System
Updated August 29, 2005
A state-of-the-art femtosecond laser amplifier system   Image Femtosecond Laser Amplifier System
Updated August 29, 2005
JILA researchers Sterling Backus and Randy Bartels   Image JILA Researchers
Updated August 29, 2005
A schematic of the waveguide used to efficiently generate shorter wavelength EUV light   Image Schematic of Waveguide
Updated August 29, 2005
The waveguide researchers used to generate coherent EUV light   Image Close-up of Waveguide
Updated August 29, 2005
A reconstructed skeleton of <em>Carpolestes simpsoni</em>, an early primate   Image Reconstructed early primate skeleton (Image 1)
Updated August 29, 2005
Drawing showing how early primate <em>Carpolestes simpsoni</em> may have looked   Image Reconstructed early primate skeleton (Image 2)
Updated August 29, 2005
Diatom species <em>Cyclotella ocellata</em>   Image Diatom Species Cyclotella ocellata
Updated August 29, 2005
The periphyton community in Lake Hovsgol National Park   Image Periphyton Community
Updated August 29, 2005
Diatom species <em>Epithemia</em>   Image Diatom Species Epithemia
Updated August 29, 2005
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