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Photo showing Japanese longline fishers catching southern bluefin tuna.   Image Japanese longline fishers catch southern bluefin tuna from waters near New Zealand.
Updated November 17, 2010
Graph showing Gulf of Alaska shrimp trawls with more fish in red, trophic level in black.   Image Gulf of Alaska shrimp trawls (red line) show more fish; no improvement, trophic level in black.
Updated November 17, 2010
Photo of a broom being used to move Alaskan pollock on the deck of a ship.   Image A broom is used to move Alaskan pollock on the deck of a ship.
Updated November 17, 2010
Photo of a trawl net carrying Alaskan pollock being brought aboard a U.S. vessel.   Image A trawl net carrying some 100 tons of Alaskan pollock is brought aboard a U.S. vessel.
Updated November 17, 2010
Photo of a load of salmon from Prince William Sound, Alaska.   Image A load of salmon from Prince William Sound, Alaska, awaits delivery to a fish tender.
Updated November 17, 2010
Image of University of Michigan marketing professor Scott Rick.   Video Research shows tight and compulsive shoppers spend about the same amount on gifts
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 16, 2010
Photo of geographer Michael Goodchild.   Image Michael Goodchild talks about how individuals use social networks to define landscapes.
Updated November 15, 2010
Digital organisms self-replicate with different fitness levels and fill empty spaces.   Image Researchers study the evolution of altruism with evolutionary processes inside a computer.
Updated November 15, 2010
Photo of Louisiana State University's Jayne Garno, one of the 2009 PECASE awardees.   Image Louisiana State University's Jayne Garno was among 85 early career scientists to win PECASE awards.
Updated November 12, 2010
Image of a spider on its web of silk.   Video See how silkworms and spiders work their magic.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 12, 2010
Image of nearby Lake Poopo, which has dried up but for brief periods.   Image Foreshadowing: in many years, nearby Lake Poopo has dried up but for brief periods.
Updated November 12, 2010
Image of Lake Titicaca from space.   Image Lake Titicaca from space. Its outline may look very different in the future.
Updated November 12, 2010
Scanning electron image of saltbush pollen.   Image Saltbush pollen, the most common type of pollen during times of near-desert conditions.
Updated November 12, 2010
Photo of a woodland near Lake Titicaca.   Image This woodland near the lake is similar to those of past times with temperatures like today's.
Updated November 12, 2010
Map showing Late Titicaca and surrounding areas.   Image Lake Titicaca, and parts of Peru and Bolivia, are on the cusp of a major drought.
Updated November 12, 2010
Photo of a leafless tree on the shore of Lake Titicaca.   Image Drought is on the horizon for the region surrounding Lake Titicaca; it may arrive by 2040.
Updated November 12, 2010
Image showing many drug capsules.   Image The P450 family of enzymes metabolize of about 75 percent of known pharmaceuticals.
Updated November 12, 2010
Image of November 12, 2010 cover of Science magazine.   Image This work is featured in the November 12, 2010 issue of Science.
Updated November 12, 2010
On left, image of hands holding scissors cutting a bill, on right hands holding a wad of bills.   Image NSF examines the impact of consumerism on tightwads and spendthrifts during the holidays.
Updated November 12, 2010
Photo of scientists collaborating at a computer.   Image The new online resource center will provide comprehensive access to resources related to ethics.
Updated November 12, 2010
Photo of Auburn University's Virginia Davis, one of 19 NSF-nominated PECASE winners for 2009.   Image Auburn University's Virginia Davis is one of 19 NSF-nominated PECASE winners for 2009.
Updated November 10, 2010
Image of University of Chicago psychologist Susan Levine.   Video Psychologist says young children's math skills improve when parents frequently talk about numbers
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 9, 2010
Photo of a baby playing with numbered blocks.   Image Parents who talk with their toddlers about numbers can improve understanding of math concepts.
Updated November 9, 2010
Photo of University of Michigan's Shelie Miller, one of the 2009 PECASE awardees.   Image PECASE awardee Shelie Miller is now at the University of Michigan.
Updated November 9, 2010
Photo of Ohio State University's Steven Lower, one of the 2009 PECASE awardees.   Image Ohio State University's Steven Lower is a NSF-nominated PECASE awardee.
Updated November 9, 2010
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