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Every November, male Adelie penguins come ashore and gather rocks to build their nests   Image Penguin Science.com (Image 12)
Updated February 19, 2016
Artist's conception of terahertz wave comb developed in the lab of Caltech chemist Geoffrey Blake   Image Terahertz wave comb
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 5)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 4)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 3)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 2)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 1)
Updated February 12, 2016
Transformation of graphene and a metal into endohedral metallofullerenes in plasma   Image Promising nanomaterial's origin revealed
Updated February 12, 2016
DOW scientist Karen Kosiba and technician Traeger Meyer brave winds gusting more than 50 mph   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 1)
Updated February 12, 2016
Ice quickly encrusts the DOW's antenna motor in the blowing snow at Scusset Beach, Massachusetts   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 2)
Updated February 12, 2016
A weather pod deployed next to the Cape Cod Canal measures wind, temperature and humidity   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 3)
Updated February 12, 2016
Snow blows past the DOW antenna during the snowstorm   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 4)
Updated February 12, 2016
Inside the DOW mobile radar truck the quarters are cramped   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 5)
Updated February 12, 2016
DOW scientist Josh Wurman guides the DOW as it self-plows off Scusset Beach   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 6)
Updated February 12, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 7)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 6)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 5)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 3)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 2)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
A northern long-eared bat infected with white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 7)
Updated January 28, 2016
A little brown bat (<em>Myotis lucifugus</em>) with white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 5)
Updated January 28, 2016
Greater mouse-eared bats, a European bat species that can become infected with white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 4)
Updated January 28, 2016
A cluster of greater mouse-eared bats (<em>Myotis myotis</em>)   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 3)
Updated January 28, 2016
Bat population in Aeolus Cave in Vermont in 2010, one year after infection from white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 2)
Updated January 28, 2016
Hibernating bats at Aeolus Cave in Vermont before the die-off from white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
Manuel Leal, a biologist at the University of Missouri, collects light data in the field   Image Forest-dwelling anoles 'glow' to attract attention (Image 2)
Updated January 28, 2016
A male Jamaican gray lizard (<em>Anolis lineatopus</em>) displays its colorful throat fan   Image Forest-dwelling anoles 'glow' to attract attention (Image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
A Cape buffalo in Kenya's Nakuru National Park takes a break from grazing on grass   Image Many large animals in Africa tried grass, but many switched diets (Image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
An astrophysicist artist's conception of a hypervelocity star speeding away from spiral galaxy   Image Nearest bright 'hypervelocity star' found
Updated January 28, 2016
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