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Image of the Northern Denmark Strait showing the newly discovered deep current.   Image Northern Denmark Strait showing newly discovered deep current, in relation to known pathway.
Updated August 17, 2011
Image of two students with technology for improving the electricity transmission system.   Image Students will be among the researchers creating technologies to improve electricity transmission.
Updated August 17, 2011
Image of the ring-like stain around an evaporated drop of liquid with round particles.   Video View a video that explains how particle shape plays a role in the "coffee ring effect."
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 17, 2011
Image of photovoltaic technology produced of Arizona State University.   Image The design and manufacture of advanced photovoltaics will be the focus of the NSF-DOE QESST ERC.
Updated August 17, 2011
Image of a University of Washington doctoral student interacting with a lifelike robotic hand.   Image A University of Washington doctoral student interacts with a lifelike robotic hand.
Updated August 17, 2011
Image of a wetland testbed where ERC research will see how natural and engineered systems interact.   Image How natural and engineered systems may work together will be studied at a wetland testbed.
Updated August 17, 2011
Image showing elongated particles that form clumps in a droplet eventually covering its surface.   Image If a drop contains elongated particles they spread to cover the entire surface of a dried droplet.
Updated August 15, 2011
Image of a dried drop of coffee with color concentrated at the edges of the dried droplet.   Image When a drop of coffee dries, the round particles concentrate at the edges of the dried drop.
Updated August 15, 2011
Image of the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.   Image The eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.
Updated August 12, 2011
Image showing differently shaped particles and how they affect the coffee ring effect.   Image The shape of particles in a drop of liquid plays a role in the "coffee ring effect."
Updated August 12, 2011
Graph showing annually averaged surface temperature over the planet overlain with change in winds.   Image Annually averaged surface temperature over the planet overlain with change in winds.
Updated August 12, 2011
Graph showing time series of globally-averaged surface temperatures for various simulations.   Image Time series of globally-averaged surface temperatures for various simulations.
Updated August 12, 2011
Cover of the August 12, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' work is described in the August 12, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated August 11, 2011
alt text   Video Northwestern University professor Yonggang Huang describes how the electronic tattoo was developed.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 11, 2011
alt text   Video One of the advantages of the newly created electronic tattoo is easy on / easy off application.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 11, 2011
alt text   Video NSF interviews University of Illinois professor John Rogers about a novel electronic tattoo.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 11, 2011
The undulating wiring design, which enables electronics strength and flexibility.   Image The undulating wiring design, which enables electronics strength and flexibility.
Updated August 10, 2011
When compressed and pulled, the epidermal electronics device conforms with the skin.   Image When compressed and pulled, the epidermal electronics device conforms with the skin.
Updated August 10, 2011
A newly developed stick-on tattoo with integrated sensor technology, prior to application.   Image A newly developed stick-on tattoo with integrated sensor technology, prior to application.
Updated August 10, 2011
The newly developed device, an epidermal electronic system.   Image The newly developed device, an epidermal electronic system.
Updated August 10, 2011
Image of Cathy Manduca, director of the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College.   Image Cathy Manduca, director of the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College.
Updated August 10, 2011
Image of researchers sampling ice at the South Pole.   Image Researchers sample ice at the South Pole.
Updated August 10, 2011
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