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Photo of the high resolution aerosol mass spectrometer used in the experiments.   Image The high resolution aerosol mass spectrometer used in the experiments.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of instruments from the U.S., Germany and Brazil.   Image Instruments from the U.S., Germany and Brazil measured particle composition and properties.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of the telescoping tower site.   Image Particle composition measurements were made at the telescoping tower site.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of Delphine Farmer estimating the size of the leaves.   Image In the tropical rainforests of the Amazon, Delphine Farmer estimates the size of the leaves.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of Scientist Joel Kimmel walking along the trail to the K34 tower.   Image Scientist Joel Kimmel walks along the trail to the K34 tower.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of Stephanie King and Qi Chen of Harvard University working on aerosol instrumentation.   Image Stephanie King and Qi Chen of Harvard University working on aerosol instrumentation.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of a view of the rainforest from the top of the research tower.   Image A view of the rainforest from the top of the research tower.
Updated September 16, 2010
Cover of the National Science Board report Preparing the Next Generation of STEM Innovators   Image The new report outlines recommendations to ensure the success of future STEM innovators.
Updated September 15, 2010
National Science Board logo   Image The National Science Board is releasing a new report during a press conference on Sept. 15, 2010.
Updated September 15, 2010
Illustration of a newspaper and a cup of coffee.   Image Whether a scientist is seen as knowledgeable and trustworthy depends on a person's cultural values.
Updated September 13, 2010
Photo of members of the Bartow-Frank-Durbin rescue squad in the NRAO's Jansky Lab in Green Bank.   Image Members of the Bartow-Frank-Durbin rescue squad in the NRAO's Jansky Lab in Green Bank, W.Va.
Updated September 10, 2010
Photo of a Blackhawk helicopter lifting off in front of the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope.   Image A Blackhawk helicopter lifts off in front of the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope.
Updated September 10, 2010
Photo of NRAO staff being honored for their efforts during the rescue operation.   Image NRAO staff are honored for their efforts during the rescue operation.
Updated September 10, 2010
Photo of C. elegans under yellow florescence.   Image This is an image of the same C. elegans worm taken under yellow florescence.
Updated September 10, 2010
Photo of a dry lake bed.   Image Climate science is complex and interdisciplinary, and therefore not an easy subject to teach.
Updated September 10, 2010
Photo of Ruben Proano, industrial engineer and researcher at RIT.   Image Rubén Proaño is using operations research to benefit public policy and international development.
Updated September 9, 2010
Photo of a health care professional administering a vaccine.   Image An engineering method shows public health implications of various approaches to vaccine stockpiles.
Updated September 9, 2010
Photo of Sheldon Jacobson, industrial engineer and researcher at UIUC.   Image Sheldon Jacobson is devising ways to make better decisions about important pediatric vaccines.
Updated September 9, 2010
Photo of Adriana Galván, a researcher at UCLA.   Image Adriana Galván explores how daily stress and associated stress hormones impact decision making.
Updated September 9, 2010
Still of animation illustrating how small conditional RNAs can target and kill cancer cells.   Video Small Conditional RNAs can Target and Kill Individual Cancer Cells
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 8, 2010
Photo of one of the CORKs on the rig floor of the JOIDES Resolution, ready to be deployed.   Image One of the CORKs on the rig floor of the JOIDES Resolution, ready to be deployed.
Updated September 8, 2010
Photo of tools and samples taken that were flown out of Irishman Basin for analysis.   Image Samples were flown out of Irishman Basin by helicopter and shipped to the U.S. for analysis.
Updated September 8, 2010
Photo of scientists using glacial debris samples to retrace ancient glaciers' paths.   Image Glacial debris samples allow scientists to retrace ancient glaciers' paths.
Updated September 8, 2010
Photo of geologists taking samples from New Zealand's Irishman Basin.   Image Thick ice once filled New Zealand's Irishman Basin, from which geologists took samples.
Updated September 8, 2010
Photo of melting glacier ice in New Zealand.   Image Geologists have found clues to past climate changes in New Zealand's melting glaciers.
Updated September 8, 2010
Runningback Duce McAllister is filmed by a state-of-the-art, high-speed Phantom camera.   Image Runningback Deuce McAllister's moves are captured by a state-of-the-art, high-speed Phantom camera.
Updated September 8, 2010
Former linebacker Hardy Nickerson participated in a video series exploring the science of the NFL.   Image Former linebacker Hardy Nickerson participated in a video series exploring the science of the NFL.
Updated September 8, 2010
Former NFL lineman Orlando Pace stresses hydration.   Image Former NFL lineman Orlando Pace stresses hydration.
Updated September 8, 2010
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