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Artist's reconstruction of the lower jaw of a 37 million-year-old Egyptian primate, Afradapis.   Image Artist's reconstruction of lower jaw of 37 million-year-old Egyptian primate, Afradapis.
Updated October 21, 2009
Photo of maize.   Image Maize.
Updated October 20, 2009
Photo of a sunflower.   Image A sunflower.
Updated October 20, 2009
Photo of Francis Collins receiving the National Medal of Science from President Barack Obama.   Image Francis Collins received the National Medal of Science on Oct. 7, 2009, from President Barack Obama.
Updated October 20, 2009
Three photos of SAAST student-built robot picking up a stack of hockey pucks in a sequence.   Video The SAAST Student Robots Take on the Obstacle Course
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated October 20, 2009
Image of the Wax Lake Delta in 2005, with a hindcast of shoreline position.   Image A view of the Wax Lake Delta in 2005, with a hindcast of shoreline position.
Updated October 20, 2009
Image of the lower Mississippi River delta below New Orleans, with predictions for new land.   Image View of the lower Mississippi River delta below New Orleans, with predictions for new land.
Updated October 20, 2009
Photo of the Mississippi River delta.   Image As the Mississippi River enters the Gulf of Mexico, it deposits its load of sediment in a delta.
Updated October 20, 2009
Photo of a building in Khoa Lak, Thailand, destroyed by the 2004 tsunami.   Image This building, located in Khoa Lak, Thailand, was destroyed by the 2004 tsunami.
Updated October 20, 2009
Photo showing a wave impacting a seawall, leading to skyward deflection of momentum.   Image A wave impacts a seawall, leading to skyward deflection of momentum.
Updated October 20, 2009
Photo showing a wooden shear wall upon failure caused by a 0.7m high tsunami wave breaking on wall.   Image A wooden shear wall upon failure caused by a 0.7-meter-high tsunami wave breaking onto the wall.
Updated October 20, 2009
A tsunami generated by a piston wavemaker travels across a flume, breaks and collapses a wall.   Video A tsunami generated by a piston wavemaker travels across a flume, breaks and collapses a wall.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 20, 2009
Photo of the Seawall experiment in the Large Wave Flume at Oregon State University.   Image The Seawall experiment in the Large Wave Flume at OSU O.H. Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory.
Updated October 20, 2009
Optical micrograph of polished cross-section of dual-pore sized Ni-Mn-Ga shape memory foam.   Image Magnetic shape-memory alloys react to magnetic fields by stretching or contracting.
Updated October 19, 2009
Optical micrograph showing the small and large pores (black) within the Ni-Mn-Ga alloy (white).   Image Porous metallic foams are made in a two-step process.
Updated October 19, 2009
Computer simulation of a disabled person piloting the robotic mobility and manipulation system.   Image Computer simulation of a disabled person piloting the robotic mobility and manipulation system.
Updated October 16, 2009
Photo of a remote human assistant viewing scene's from pilot's location while working with the pilot   Image Remote human assistant views scenes from pilot's location in real-time while working with the pilot.
Updated October 16, 2009
Photo of person with disabilities piloting a robotic mobility and manipulation system in kitchen.   Image An individual with disabilities pilots a robotic mobility and manipulation system.
Updated October 16, 2009
Photo of Curtis Lively and Jukka Jokela diving to collect snails in Lake Alexandrina, New Zealand.   Image Curtis Lively and Jukka Jokela dive to collect snails in Lake Alexandrina, New Zealand.
Updated October 16, 2009
Screen shot of Science 360 News Service.   Image NSF's Science360 News Service is a daily e-blast.
Updated October 15, 2009
Cover of October 16, 2009 Science magazine   Image The researchers' findings appear in the Oct. 16, 2009, issue of Science magazine.
Updated October 15, 2009
Photo of a core from a deep-sea methane seep and clam bed collected by scientists aboard Alvin.   Image A core from a deep-sea methane seep and clam bed collected by scientists aboard Alvin.
Updated October 15, 2009
Photo showing cores retrieving deep-ocean methane-seep sediment beneath white bacterial mats.   Image Cores retrieve deep-ocean methane-seep sediment beneath white bacterial mats.
Updated October 15, 2009
Photo of Anne Dekas collecting methane-seep sediments from the deep-sea submersible Alvin.   Image Scientist Anne Dekas collects methane-seep sediments from the deep-sea submersible Alvin.
Updated October 15, 2009
3-D fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) image of symbiotic microbes from the deep sea.   Image 3-D fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) image of symbiotic microbes from the deep sea.
Updated October 15, 2009
Photo of a plant and insect in the Chicago Wilderness.   Image The Chicago Wilderness is an oasis of biodiversity in an urban area, say CNH scientists.
Updated October 15, 2009
Photo of a fruiting sour cherry trees.   Image CNH grantees will study the sour cherry industry and how climate change is affecting it.
Updated October 15, 2009
Multilayers of integrated cyberinfrastructure enhance research collaboration worldwide.   Image Multilayers of integrated cyberinfrastructure enhance research collaboration worldwide.
Updated October 15, 2009
Text and illutration: Gloriad-Pharos: Optical Lighthouse for Science and Education.   Image Named for the ancient lighthouse of Egypt, Pharos is a cooperative program by the U.S. and Egypt.
Updated October 15, 2009
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