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Scenes from The Real World - Neuroscience.   Image A behind-the-scenes video of participants in "The Real World - Neuroscience" was shown.
Updated July 7, 2009
Photo of graduate students assisting a visitor in applying electrodes measuring eye movements.   Image Graduate students assist a visitor in applying electrodes that will measure eye movements.
Updated July 7, 2009
Photo of Alexis Webb, in brain hat and in front of an actual brain, answering a visitor's question.   Image Alexis Webb, in brain hat and standing before an actual brain, answers a visitor's question.
Updated July 7, 2009
Photo of a six-story condominium building being transported for a full-scale earthquake test.   Image A six-story condominium building being readied for a full-scale earthquake test.
Updated July 6, 2009
0.2 THz response map (left) and detector response simulation (right) for a 120 nm NFET.   Image A 0.2 terahertz (THz) response map.
Updated July 1, 2009
Photo of William Stillman in the lab evaluating the effects of focused terahertz radiation.   Image William Stillman evaluates the effects of focused terahertz radiation on ring oscillator circuits.
Updated July 1, 2009
0.2 THz response map (left) and test device photograph showing approximate peak locations (right).   Image Part of a test device photograph showing approximate peak locations.
Updated July 1, 2009
Photo of the two-qubit processor.   Image The two-qubit processor resembles a conventional computer chip and is able to run simple algorithms.
Updated June 29, 2009
Photo of Andrew Temple of CSAS.   Image Researchers found twelve "dust events" this winter; Andrew Temple of CSAS is pictured.
Updated June 29, 2009
Photo of scientists placing black fabric which absorbs the Sun's energy.   Image Experiments included using black fabric to absorb the Sun's energy; dust was added to other sites.
Updated June 29, 2009
Photo of Chris Landry carrying out simulated dust effects on snowmelt.   Image Scientists like Chris Landry, pictured, simulated dust effects on snowmelt in experiments.
Updated June 29, 2009
Photo of the San Juan Mountains of Colorado.   Image More dust covers snow in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado than previously documented.
Updated June 29, 2009
Photo of farms with forest-covered hills in background.   Image In China's Grain-to-Green Program, land has been converted from agricultural use to forest.
Updated June 29, 2009
Photo of a giant panda.   Image Giant pandas in China's Wolong Nature Preserve are beneficiaries of more forested lands.
Updated June 29, 2009
Physician Jerri Nielsen at the ceremonial South Pole marker.   Image Physician Jerri Nielsen at the ceremonial South Pole marker.
Updated June 26, 2009
Genesis and evolution of a rain-wrapped tornado observed VORTEX2 teams in southeastern Wyoming.   Video Genesis and evolution of a rain-wrapped tornado observed VORTEX2 teams in southeastern Wyoming.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 25, 2009
Genesis and evolution of a rain-wrapped tornado observed by VORTEX2 teams in southeastern Wyoming.   Video Genesis and evolution of a rain-wrapped tornado observed by VORTEX2 teams in southeastern Wyoming.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 25, 2009
Genesis and evolution of a rain-wrapped tornado observed by VORTEX2 teams in southeastern Wyoming.   Video Genesis and evolution of a rain-wrapped tornado observed by VORTEX2 teams in southeastern Wyoming.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 25, 2009
Biologist Michael Rossmann of Purdue University describes his research on how viruses work.   Video Biologist Michael Rossmann of Purdue University describes his research on how viruses work.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 25, 2009
Animation depicting the progressive image processing of telescope data.   Video Cosmic Glow Pt. II
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 25, 2009
From Glitter to Glow, an animation depicting progressive steps in telescope data processing.   Video From Glitter to Glow
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 25, 2009
Audio Only icon   Audio John Hibbing discusses research on physiological testing of human responses to disturbing imagery.
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated June 25, 2009
Audio only   Audio Cornell researcher Hod Lipson and his doctoral student Michael Schmidt discuss their findings.
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated June 25, 2009
Audio only   Audio Teleconference on fire and Earth systems with three fire experts.
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated June 25, 2009
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