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Photo of Sat Bhattacharya with Harlem Children Society 2010 students.   Image Sat Bhattacharya with Harlem Children Society 2010 students.
Updated September 22, 2010
Photo of the nematode C. elegans.   Image The nematode C. elegans under the microscope (imaged using bright light).
Updated September 22, 2010
Photo of Basiru Leigh examining worms under a microscope.   Image Harlem Children Society student Basiru Leigh examines mutant C. Elegans ground worms.
Updated September 22, 2010
Photo of Scott Sampson with the skull of Utahceratops gettyi.   Image Scott Sampson with the skull of Utahceratops gettyi, measuring about seven feet long.
Updated September 22, 2010
An artist conception of newly discovered dinosaur species unearthed from the lost continent   Image An artist conception of the two newly discovered dinosaur species.
Updated September 22, 2010
Photo of Scott Sampson with the fossil of the species Kosmoceratops richardsoni.   Image Scott Sampson pictured with the fossil of the species Kosmoceratops richardsoni.
Updated September 22, 2010
Photo of researchers digging for fossils in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah.   Image Researchers dig for fossils in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, southern Utah.
Updated September 22, 2010
Dinosaur distribution on the continent.   Image Dinosaur distribution on the continent.
Updated September 22, 2010
Photo of skulls of the two new species of dinosaurs.   Image Skulls of the two new species of dinosaurs.
Updated September 22, 2010
National Science Board logo   Image The National Science Board will meet in South Dakota on September 24.
Updated September 20, 2010
Screenshot of video depicting researchers examining snow samples.   Video Windborne Dust on High Peaks Dampens Colorado River Runoff
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 20, 2010
Photo of Annie Bruyant and McKenzie Skiles collecting snow samples in Wolf Creek Pass, Colo.   Image Annie Bruyant and McKenzie Skiles collect snow samples in Wolf Creek Pass, Colo.
Updated September 20, 2010
Photo of researcher Andrew Temple in the San Juan Mountains on May 12, 2009.   Image Researcher Andrew Temple in Colorado's San Juan Mountains on May 12, 2009.
Updated September 20, 2010
Photo of Chris Landry in June 2007, measuring snow water equivalence in a snowpit.   Image Chris Landry in June 2007, measuring "snow water equivalence" in a snowpit.
Updated September 20, 2010
Photo of Tom Painter tracking radiation in June 2007.   Image Tom Painter tracking radiation in June 2007; in melting snow, dust comes to light.
Updated September 20, 2010
Photo of zebra stripes of dust and snow, visible on the snow surface in Colorado's mountains.   Image "Zebra stripes" of dust and snow are visible on the snow surface in Colorado's mountains.
Updated September 20, 2010
Photo of twelve dust layers in a study plot in Colorado's Senator Beck Basin Study Area.   Image Twelve dust layers in a study plot in Colorado's Senator Beck Basin Study Area.
Updated September 20, 2010
Cover of the Sept.17, 2010, issue of Science.   Image The researchers' results are described in the Sept.17, 2010, issue of Science.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of the sunset over the Rio Solimoes in the Amazon.   Image Sunset over the Rio Solimoes in the Amazon.
Updated September 16, 2010
Photo of the field station, where 25 researchers lived and worked for two months or more.   Image The field station, where 25 researchers lived and worked for two months or more.
Updated September 16, 2010
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
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