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Jason Heikenfeld, assistant professor of electrical engineering the University of Cincinnati   Image Development of Electrofluidic Display Technology (Image 2)
Updated April 29, 2014
Pixel structure in Electrofluidic Display Technology (EFD)   Image Development of Electrofluidic Display Technology (Image 1)
Updated April 29, 2014
Hypothetical model of ABA stress hormone produced naturally by plants   Image Synthetic chemical offers solution for crops facing drought (Image 2)
Updated April 29, 2014
Sean Cutler, assistant professor of plant cell biology in the Department of Botany and Plant Science   Image Synthetic chemical offers solution for crops facing drought (Image 1)
Updated April 29, 2014
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of an ash particle   Image SEM of volcanic ash from Redoubt Volcano, Alaska (Image 1)
Updated April 28, 2014
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of an ash particle   Image SEM of volcanic ash from Redoubt Volcano, Alaska (Image 2)
Updated April 28, 2014
Images of the world's smallest incandescent lamp at progressively increasing magnification   Image World's smallest incandescent lamp (Image 2)
Updated April 28, 2014
Two techniques used to "see" the world's smallest carbon nanotube lamp   Image World's smallest incandescent lamp (Image 1)
Updated April 28, 2014
Lucigen's David Mead collects samples of water from Obsidian Hot Spring   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 6)
Updated April 28, 2014
Fortress Geyser at Yellowstone National Park   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 5)
Updated April 28, 2014
Filaments of bacteria thrive at temperatures just below boiling in geyser outflow channel   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 4)
Updated April 28, 2014
The River Group in the Lower Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 3)
Updated April 28, 2014
Tom Schoenfeld of Lucigen Corporation monitors equipment while collecting viruses   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 2)
Updated April 28, 2014
The Grand Prismatic Hot Spring in the Midway Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 1)
Updated April 28, 2014
Dogwhelk snails (<em>Nucella lapillus</em>) feed on barnacles (<em>Semibalanus noides</em>)   Image Dogwhelk shell size sees dramatic increase in less than a century
Updated April 28, 2014
A view from the top looking down on densely packed, atmospherically relevant, organic molecules   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 4)
Updated April 24, 2014
A cross section of densely packed, atmospherically relevant, organic molecules on a model   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 3)
Updated April 24, 2014
A view from the top looking down on loosely packed, atmospherically relevant, organic molecules   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 2)
Updated April 24, 2014
Cross section of loosely packed atmospherically relevant, organic molecules   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 1)
Updated April 24, 2014
The Hadza people of Tanzania are one of the last big-game hunters in Africa   Image Hadza people participate in study of hunter-gatherer movement patterns (Image 2)
Updated April 23, 2014
Hadza people of Tanzania wore wristwatches with GPS trackers that followed their movements   Image Hadza people participate in study of hunter-gatherer movement patterns (Image 1)
Updated April 23, 2014
Tiny interwoven fibers of 3-D fabric scaffold used for growing cartilage   Image Tiny interwoven fibers of 3-D fabric scaffold
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation of Hurricane Sandy showing horizontal wind at 1000 meters   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 10)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing air-parcel trajectories of Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 9)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing Hurricane Sandy trajectories   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 8)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing potential temperature at 1000 meters in Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 7)
Updated April 23, 2014
Potential vorticity on the temperature=322 isosurface, as viewed from above Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 6)
Updated April 23, 2014
Potential vorticity on the temperature=322 isosurface, as viewed from the south of Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 5)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing potential vorticity at 1000 meters in Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 4)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation of Hurricane Sandy showing the maximum radar reflectivity   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 3)
Updated April 23, 2014
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