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hands holding a piece of plastic   Video Sustainable Polymers -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 3, 2015
plastic bottles and boxes as trash in a woodsy area   Image Unrecycled waste plastic ends up as ground litter or in the ocean; only some goes to landfills.
Updated March 3, 2015
plastic being stretched in a machine   Image One property that researchers test for in plastics is stretchability.
Updated March 3, 2015
plastic container   Image Bioplastics are made wholly or in part from renewable biomass sources; some are biodegradable.
Updated March 3, 2015
Chemist Marc Hillmyer in his office   Image Chemist Marc Hillmyer of the University of Minnesota's Center for Sustainable Polymers.
Updated March 3, 2015
graduate students working in a university research lab   Image Researchers are challenged to make a biodegradable, nontoxic and cost-effective material.
Updated March 3, 2015
researcher holding a piece of plastic   Image Researchers seek cheap, environmentally friendly polymers that outperform traditional counterparts.
Updated March 3, 2015
students working on a computer   Image Students learn to code collaboratively in their CS class.
Updated March 2, 2015
teacher with student at a computer   Image A high-school computer science teacher works with a student.
Updated March 2, 2015
woman in front of a computer   Image NSF sponsored the development of new online professional development resources for CS teachers.
Updated March 2, 2015
world map showing usage of the NEMO and OMEN nanosimulation modeling tools   Image A map of usage of the NEMO and OMEN nanosimulation modeling tools.
Updated March 2, 2015
representation of an Ultra Thin Body transistor   Image An internal representation of an Ultra Thin Body transistor, a technology explored in Klimeck's lab.
Updated March 2, 2015
Visualizations of future nano-transistors   Image Visualizations of future nano-transistors with diameters 1000 times smaller than a human hair.
Updated March 2, 2015
Cornell University researcher Roald Hoffmann   Image Cornell University researcher Roald Hoffmann received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1981.
Updated March 2, 2015
snowflake   Video Snowflakes photographed by new high-speed camera
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 2, 2015
water droplets   Image Classifying precipitation near the freezing point is especially challenging.
Updated February 27, 2015
snowflake   Image The new camera system is designed to be used by departments of transportation.
Updated February 27, 2015
snowflakes   Image The original camera was a game changer for snowflake identification.
Updated February 27, 2015
two images of a snowflake   Image Using a two-camera system, the researchers can capture images in stereo.
Updated February 27, 2015
laser   Video Ultrafast lasers and archimedes
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 26, 2015
graphic showing a sofa and ifferent chairs and text scientists on sofas and other furnishings   Image This video series helps viewers get to know a little more about NSF-funded researchers.
Updated February 26, 2015
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