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Image of Red Mill Fall, Opposite Albany, by William Tolman Carlton, 1847-1849.   Image "Red Mill Fall (Opposite Albany)" by William Tolman Carlton, 1847-1849.
Updated November 30, 2010
Image of View of the Oxbow, by Henry Woodward, 1859.   Image "View of the Oxbow," by Henry Woodward, 1859.
Updated November 30, 2010
Image of The American Beaver, by John James Audubon, 1854.   Image "The American Beaver," by John James Audubon, in: The Quadrupeds of North America, 1854.
Updated November 30, 2010
View of the West Bank of the Hudson's River 3 Miles above Still Water, 1789.   Image "View of the West Bank of the Hudson's River 3 Miles above Still Water," 1789.
Updated November 30, 2010
Map showing the region of study broken down into socio-cultural subregions.   Image Map showing the region of study broken down into socio-cultural subregions.
Updated November 30, 2010
Image of The Lake of the Dismal Swamp by John Gadsby Chapman, 1842.   Image "The Lake of the Dismal Swamp," by John Gadsby Chapman, 1842.
Updated November 30, 2010
Photo of the arid mountain ranges flanking the Dead Sea. They reach 1,000 meters above water level.   Image The Dead Sea is flanked by arid mountain ranges that reach 1,000 meters above water level.
Updated November 29, 2010
Sunset over the Dead Sea, as observed from Ein Bokek at the southern Dead Sea.   Image Photo of sunset over the Dead Sea, as observed from Ein Bokek at the southern Dead Sea.
Updated November 29, 2010
Photo of a scientist sampling Dead Sea water, which is some 12 times more saline than most seawater.   Image Sampling Dead Sea water, which is some 12 times more saline than most seawater.
Updated November 29, 2010
Photo of the view from the research site at Ein Bokek (southern Dead Sea), to the Jordanian side.   Image View from the research site at Ein Bokek at the southern Dead Sea, to the Jordanian side.
Updated November 29, 2010
Photo of the west coast of the Dead Sea, Israel, at an elevation of 415 meters below sea level.   Image The west coast of the Dead Sea, Israel, at an elevation of 415 meters below sea level.
Updated November 29, 2010
Photo of instruments for measuring atmospheric mercury on a balcony facing the Dead Sea.   Image Instruments for measuring atmospheric mercury are on a balcony facing the Dead Sea.
Updated November 29, 2010
Photo of Apratim Dhar at the FReI instrument.   Image Apratim Dhar at the FReI instrument.
Updated November 28, 2010
Illustration of sulfur dioxide molecules forming weak bonds with water molecules.   Image Sulfur dioxide molecules in the atmosphere form a weak bond with water molecules.
Updated November 28, 2010
Kavli Prize logo   Image The Kavli Prize awards scientists in the fields of astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience.
Updated November 28, 2010
Cover of the Nov. 26, 2010 issue of Science.   Image This research is described in the Nov. 26 issue of Science.
Updated November 26, 2010
Picture of principal investigator Felisa Smith   Video Listen to principal investigator Felisa Smith describe the discovery.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 26, 2010
Picutre of principal investigator Felisa Smith.   Video Listen to Felisa Smith describe her research team and its method for synthesizing data.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 26, 2010
The largest land mammals that ever lived would have towered over the living African Elephant.   Image The largest land mammals that ever lived would have towered over the living African Elephant.
Updated November 26, 2010
illustration showing the kinetochore and microtubule pulling chromosome copies away from each other.   Image During cell division, the kinetochore and microtubule pull chromosome copies away from each other.
Updated November 24, 2010
NSF Deputy Director Cora Marrett, Director Subra Suresh and National Medal of Science laureates.   Image NSF Deputy Director Cora Marrett and Director Subra Suresh bookend Nat'l Medal of Science laureates.
Updated November 24, 2010
Photo of National Medal of Science awardee Esther Conwell for contributions in electronics.   Image Esther Conwell heard early in her career that women could not be engineers.
Updated November 23, 2010
Photo of National Medal of Technology and Innovation recipients with President Obama.   Image A team of National Medal of Technology and Innovation recipients with President Obama.
Updated November 23, 2010
Photo of the National Medal of Science.   Image The National Medal of Science.
Updated November 23, 2010
Photo of Caltech's Amnon Yariv, a National Medal of Science awardee for contributions in optics.   Image Caltech's Amnon Yariv was awarded the National Medal of Science for vast contributions in optics.
Updated November 23, 2010
National Medal of Science awardees Stephen Benkovic on left, Esther Conwell and Marye Anne Fox.   Image NMS awardees await their medals (from L to R): Stephen Benkovic, Esther Conwell and Marye Anne Fox.
Updated November 23, 2010
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