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Photo of a coral reef.   Image In acidifying oceans, the fate of coral reefs is in question.
Updated October 13, 2010
Photo showing setup of incubation experiments to study phytoplankton response to acidification.   Image Setting up incubation experiments to study phytoplankton response to ocean acidification.
Updated October 13, 2010
Photo showing deployment of an instrument to sample seawater at different depths.   Image Deploying an instrument to sample seawater at different depths in the Gulf of Alaska.
Updated October 13, 2010
Photo of Antarctic amphipod Gondogeneia antarctica perched on brown alga Desmarestia menziesii.   Image Antarctic amphipod Gondogeneia antarctica on brown alga Desmarestia menziesii.
Updated October 13, 2010
Photo of Antarctic limpet Nacella concinna with coralline red algae.   Image Antarctic limpet Nacella concinna and coralline red algae--both at risk from acidification.
Updated October 13, 2010
Photo of a biogeochemical mooring that monitors ocean acidification.   Image A biogeochemical mooring monitors ocean acidification in the western Arctic Ocean.
Updated October 13, 2010
Photo of a deep-sea coral.   Image Corallium rubrum and other deep-sea corals are affected by ocean acidification.
Updated October 13, 2010
Logo of the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at University of California, Santa Barbara.   Image CNS-UCSB received $6,076,000 over a five year renewal.
Updated October 13, 2010
Logo of the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizonia State University, CNS-ASU.   Image CNS-ASU received $6,507,000 over a five year renewal.
Updated October 13, 2010
Three people in TV studio   Video Steven Vogt and Paul Butler lead a team that discovered the first potentially habitable exoplanet.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 13, 2010
Inside view of a flattened, twisted carbon nanotube.   Image Researchers study the ethical, legal, economic and policy implications of nanotechnology.
Updated October 12, 2010
Map of the night-time city lights of the world, growing in extent each year.   Image Map of the night-time city lights of the world, growing in extent each year.
Updated October 12, 2010
Photo showing bright lights of Chicago on the right fading into dark rural landscapes on the left.   Image The bright lights of Chicago on the right fade into dark rural landscapes on the left.
Updated October 12, 2010
Urbanization map of the U.S., derived from city lights data; urban is red, peri-urban is yellow.   Image Urbanization map of the U.S., derived from city lights data; urban = red, peri-urban = yellow.
Updated October 12, 2010
Photo of microscopic NanoOwls created from carbon nanotubes.   Image Jun Yao traced the Rice logo--by hand--to create microscopic NanoOwls from carbon nanotubes.
Updated October 8, 2010
Photo of the South Pole Telescope illuminated by red lights.   Image Red lights help maintenance workers doing routine repairs on the South Pole Telescope
Updated October 8, 2010
Photo of Patricia K. Kuhl.   Image Patricia Kuhl discusses new findings that provide the foundation for a new science of learning.
Updated October 8, 2010
Cover of the October 8, 2010 issue of Science.   Image The cover of the October 8, 2010 issue of the journal Science.
Updated October 7, 2010
Photo of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala showing algae growth.   Image At Lake Atitlan in Guatemala, excess nitrogen promotes algae growth, which leads to eutrophication.
Updated October 7, 2010
Hillshade rendering of the Gwynns Falls, Md., watershed.   Image Hillshade rendering of the Gwynns Falls, Md., watershed--still undeveloped but changing.
Updated October 6, 2010
An aerial view of Madison, Wis., with Lakes Monona (foreground) and Mendota (background).   Image An aerial view of Madison, Wis., with Lakes Monona (foreground) and Mendota (background).
Updated October 6, 2010
False color infrared image of a section of the upper Gwynns Falls watershed in Maryland.   Image False color infrared image of a section of the upper Gwynns Falls watershed in Maryland.
Updated October 6, 2010
Photo of Scott Simpson taking samples from the San Pedro River in Arizona.   Image Scientist Scott Simpson takes samples from the San Pedro River in Arizona.
Updated October 6, 2010
Photo  of San Pedro River in Arizona where researchers will conduct studies of river flow.   Image Section of Arizona's San Pedro River where WSC awardees will conduct studies of river flow.
Updated October 6, 2010
Photo of algae collecting along a pier on the south shoreline of Lake Mendota.   Image Algae collects near the south shoreline of Lake Mendota in Wisconsin's Yahara Watershed.
Updated October 6, 2010
Photo of a field of grain produced by dryland agriculture.   Image Dryland agriculture depends on highly variable rainfall, including summer thunderstorms.
Updated October 6, 2010
Map of High Plains Aquifer showing irrigated and dryland agriculture.   Image In this High Plains Aquifer map, dark green = irrigated areas, light green = dryland agriculture.
Updated October 6, 2010
Photo of pumped groundwater being used for irrigation.   Image Irrigation using pumped groundwater plays a crucial role in sustaining agricultural production.
Updated October 6, 2010
Illustration of the retinal readout system that allows recording of signals from hundreds of cells.   Image Updated retinal readout system can record signals from hundreds of cells simultaneously.
Updated October 6, 2010
Photo of a scientist and corn in a lab.   Image The Plant Powered Production (P3) Lab of Elizabeth Hood, Arkansas State University, is shown.
Updated October 5, 2010
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