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Video interview with NSF program director Matt Kane.   Video Most of Earth's biodiversity is found in soil, says NSF program director Matt Kane.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Screen capture of Joel Brock of Cornell University discussing the Energy Recovery Linac.   Video Joel Brock of Cornell University discusses the NSF grant to develop the Energy Recovery Linac (ERL).
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
An interview with Michael Mann, lead author of the paper on historical hurricane seasons.   Video An interview with Michael Mann, lead author of the paper on historical hurricane seasons.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 2, 2009
In a slow-motion, a gigantic jet in a July, 2008, N.C. storm is captured on video.   Video In a slow-motion, a gigantic jet in a July, 2008, N.C. storm is captured on video.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 2, 2009
This video sequence shows a gigantic jet in a May thunderstorm in North Carolina.   Video This video sequence shows a gigantic jet in a May thunderstorm in North Carolina.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 2, 2009
Benoit Bruneau talks about the evolution of the four chambers of the heart from frogs to mammals.   Video Benoit Bruneau talks about the evolution of the four chambers of the heart from frogs to mammals.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 2, 2009
Errol Arkilic describes the VSee technology and role of federal investments for small-business R&D.   Video Errol Arkilic describes the VSee technology and role of federal investments for small-business R&D.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 2, 2009
Milton Chen explains how the system works and how it differs from existing applications.   Video Milton Chen of VSee explains how the system works and how it differs from existing applications.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 2, 2009
Photo of 40 million year old fossil feather showing vivid iridescent colors.   Image Vivid iridescent colors existed in feathers more than 40 million years ago.
Updated September 2, 2009
Photo of gentoo penguins at the north end of the Antarctic peninsula.   Image Gentoo penguins photographed last year at the north end of the Antarctic peninsula.
Updated September 1, 2009
Photo of a turtle embryo.   Image Turtle embryo.
Updated September 1, 2009
A panorama of animals and embryonic heart diagrams showing evolution from frog to human.   Image Embryo hearts show evolution of the heart from 3-chambered in frogs to 4-chambered in mammals.
Updated September 1, 2009
Images of embryo turtle heart on the left and embryo lizard heart on the right.   Image Embryo turtle heart on the left. Embryo lizard heart on the right.
Updated September 1, 2009
Diagram shows separation of oxygenated and deoxygenated blood in the heart of three animal types.   Image Separation of oxygenated and deoxygenated blood in the heart of three types of animals.
Updated September 1, 2009
Photo of the OrbiTouch keyboard.   Image The OrbiTouch keyboard.
Updated August 28, 2009
Photo of emaciated, dead animal in a desert.   Image Drought is turning many of Earth's formerly verdant regions into deserts.
Updated August 28, 2009
Photo of people walking and viewing computer monitors on the stock market floor.   Image Financial markets have the same early warnings, scientists are finding, as the natural world.
Updated August 28, 2009
Photo of melting ice sheets in the Arctic.   Image Ice sheets in the Arctic are rapidly disappearing, reaching possible points-of-no-return.
Updated August 28, 2009
Illustration showing signals among neurons that precede an epileptic seizure.   Image Abrupt changes in signals among neurons precede an epileptic seizure.
Updated August 28, 2009
Photo of Wisconsin's side-by-side Peter and Paul Lakes.   Image Early warning indicators have been found in Wisconsin's side-by-side Peter and Paul Lakes.
Updated August 28, 2009
Cover of the August 28, 2009, issue of Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings were reported in the August 28, 2009, issue of Science magazine.
Updated August 27, 2009
Illustration showing interactions between the Sun and the Earth.   Image Newly discovered interactions between the Sun and the Earth affect our climate.
Updated August 27, 2009
Photo of a large net tangled with plastic in the garbage patch.   Image SEAPLEX researchers spotted a large net tangled with plastic in the "garbage patch."
Updated August 27, 2009
Photo of plastic bottles, many with an assortment of inhabitants.   Image Scientists retrieved myriad plastic bottles, many with an assortment of inhabitants.
Updated August 27, 2009
Photo of plastic that floated at the surface and carried a crab, algae and flying fish eggs.   Image A piece of plastic floating at the surface carries a crab, algae and masses of flying fish eggs.
Updated August 27, 2009
Photo of a by-the-wind sailor jellyfish.   Image By-the-wind sailor jellyfish and other animals live in the North Pacific Ocean Gyre.
Updated August 27, 2009
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