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Image of Patricia Kuhl.   Video Patricia Kuhl discusses how social settings change the foundations of learning.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 22, 2010
Photo of Yomara Bedolla, a high school student who uses a wheelchair.   Image Yomara Bedolla is featured in one of 10 stories in the "Access to Advancement" series.
Updated October 22, 2010
Image of Popular Mechanics automotive editor Larry Webster with discussion panel.   Video Larry Webster of Popular Mechanics hosts a discussion on the future of automobiles.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 21, 2010
Image of Popular Mechanics senior science editor Jennifer Bogo with discussion panel.   Video Jennifer Bogo of Popular Mechanics hosts a discussion on the artificial retina.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 21, 2010
Image of Popular Mechanics contributing editor Logan Ward with discussion panel.   Video Logan Ward of Popular Mechanics hosts a panel of developers of award winning technologies.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 21, 2010
Image of a mixed-signal system-on-a-chip developed as a platform for implantable prosthetics.   Image A novel, mixed-signal system-on-a-chip was developed as a platform for implantable prosthetics.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of Spartina grass.   Image Spartina grass, an invasive plant in San Francisco Bay, is the subject of an NSF CNH grant.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of a forest fire.   Image Fire-prone landscapes, more prevalent in droughts, will be studied by CNH researchers.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of stream where Ashley Golphin and colleagues measured the reach from first to last riffle.   Image At each stream, Ashley Golphin and her colleagues measured the reach from the first to last riffle.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of Ashley Golphin presenting a poster of her research at the University of Puerto Rico   Image Ashley Golphin presented a poster of her research at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo showing a raging torrent of water overflowing its banks in Puerto Rico.   Image Ashley Golphin of Kent State University explores the forests and streams of Puerto Rico.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of the sediment laden Mississippi River on left and Gulf of Mexico on the right.   Image Sediment flows from the Miss. River into the Gulf of Mexico, where "dead zones" form.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of a grassland.   Image Acequias may hold answers to community resilience to climate and land-use changes.
Updated October 21, 2010
Map showing land use in the midwest U.S.   Image CNH scientists will research the effect of climate change on midwestern U.S. heartlands.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of Mongolian rangelands with grazing animals.   Image Mongolian rangelands and their response to climate change are the topic of a CNH grant.
Updated October 21, 2010
Cover of the October 22, 2010 issue of the journal Science.   Image The cover of the October 22, 2010 issue of the journal Science.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of a wind farm near Lamar, Colo.   Image Scholars from many different fields identify effective ways to make environmental decisions.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of leaves with drops of water.   Image Falling leaves carry atmospheric gases with them to the forest floor.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of trees.   Image Trees absorb more of a common air-polluting chemical than thought.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of a forest of deciduous trees.   Image Deciduous trees in hardwood forests remove harmful chemicals from the atmosphere.
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of a forest with mountains in the background.   Image Poplars, aspens, other trees provide extensive "ecosystem services."
Updated October 21, 2010
Photo of Bill Morris and Alex Rose measuring plants in an alpine cirque.   Image Bill Morris and Alex Rose measure plants in an alpine cirque above Kennecott, Alaska.
Updated October 20, 2010
Photo of individual alpine bistort plants marked by multi-colored toothpicks.   Image Multi-colored party toothpicks mark individual alpine bistort plants in the Alaskan tundra.
Updated October 20, 2010
Photo of a moss campion in flower.   Image Climate shapes the growth and survival of plants, including these along Alaska's Dalton Highway.
Updated October 20, 2010
Photo of moss campion flowers.   Image Moss campion demonstrates that climate change may create tipping points in populations.
Updated October 20, 2010
Photo of a single moss campion plant.   Image A single moss campion plant shows the influence of climate change on entire populations.
Updated October 20, 2010
Photo of a researcher recording homeowner responses to questions on a tablet computer.   Image Homeowner responses to lawn fertilization questions are recorded on tablet computers.
Updated October 20, 2010
Photo of a stream in a forest.   Image Scientists funded via ESE will study the "ecosystem services" provided by streams.
Updated October 20, 2010
Researcher monitoring  lawn fertilization.   Image A "gasses and grasses" project looks at lawn fertilization practices.
Updated October 20, 2010
Photo of agricultural land and savannah in Zambia with hills on horizon.   Image Water availability and land-use activities lead to complex patterns of vegetation in Zambia.
Updated October 20, 2010
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