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National Science Board logo   Image The National Science Board will hold an expert panel discussion on data policies.
Updated March 21, 2011
Image of Susannah Scott of the University of California, Santa Barbara, at the NSF PIRE symposium.   Video Susannah Scott discusses sustainable energy in the U.S. and China during a PIRE Symposium at NSF.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 18, 2011
Research who are studying the Amazon rainforest and the words Amazon-Pire 2010, Manaus, Brazil.   Video Scott Saleska shows a field video during his presentation on the future of Amazonian forests.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 18, 2011
Photo of Richard Lenski and another researcher examining a Petri dish.   Image Richard Lenski and another researcher examine a Petri dish used in a study of evolution.
Updated March 18, 2011
Photo of a village that borders the edge of a forest in a rural area of Tanzania.   Image A village borders the edge of a forest in a rural area of Tanzania.
Updated March 18, 2011
Image with an arrow pointing to the photosynthetic-boosting pyrenoid in a cell.   Image CAPP will characterize the photosynthetic-boosting cellular structure known as a pyrenoid (arrow).
Updated March 17, 2011
Illustration showing how EPP boosts yield, inhibits photorespiration and promotes photosynthesis.   Image EPP will boost yield by inhibiting photorespiration and promoting photosynthesis.
Updated March 17, 2011
Illustration showing a cell capturing solar energy and another cell producing fuel.   Image Plug and Play will separate photosynthetic processes in order to improve their efficiciency.
Updated March 17, 2011
Photo of crops growing toward sun.   Image U.S. and U.K. scientists aim to jointly develop new ways to boost the efficiency of photosynthesis.
Updated March 17, 2011
Images of the top and front of hominin skulls.   Image Anthropologists analyze early human ancestor classification problems.
Updated March 16, 2011
Image of a tornado.   Video Tornado Alley documents epic missions to witness the birth of a tornado.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 14, 2011
Map of the earth's surface showing plates and earthquake distributions in red.   Image Plate tectonics revolutionized understanding of earthquake distributions (in red).
Updated March 14, 2011
Map of western United States showing quartz-rich in red-orange and quartz-poor areas in blue-green.   Image Areas rich in quartz are in red-orange; regions with little to no quartz, in blue-green.
Updated March 14, 2011
Map showing mountain chains in the Western United States.   Image Mountain chains in the Western United States cover a broad zone of nearly 2,000 kilometers.
Updated March 14, 2011
Map showing the distribution of EarthScope's seismic, GPS and other instruments in United States.   Image EarthScope is an NSF project with thousands of seismic, GPS and other instruments.
Updated March 14, 2011
Chart of depth vs. yield temperature showing that quartz is the weakest mineral.   Image Rock flow depends on temperature, water and rock type: quartz is the weakest mineral.
Updated March 14, 2011
Photo of an NSF-funded ISR radar in Resolute Bay, Nunavut, Canada.   Image An NSF-funded ISR radar in Resolute Bay, Canada, which is similar to the ISR used in this study.
Updated March 14, 2011
Photo of quartz crystals.   Image Quartz may play a major role in the movements of continents, known as plate tectonics.
Updated March 14, 2011
Photo of a stream flowing through a forest.   Image Streams naturally contain different types of algea that remove nitrogen pollution from them.
Updated March 11, 2011
Photo of very narrow growth rings indicating growth in a very harsh environment.   Image The mummified trees have very narrow growth rings indicating growth in a very harsh environment.
Updated March 11, 2011
Photo of mummified leaves found in the sediment at the mummified forest deposit.   Image Researchers have found mummified leaves in the sediment at the mummified forest deposit.
Updated March 11, 2011
Photo of Quttinirpaaq National Park, which is dominated by glaciers and tundra vegetation.   Image The landscape of Quttinirpaaq National Park is dominated by glaciers and tundra vegetation.
Updated March 11, 2011
Photo of the Doppler-On-Wheels observing the Goshen County, Wyoming tornado.   Image The newest Doppler-On-Wheels (DOW) observing the Goshen County, Wyoming tornado.
Updated March 11, 2011
Cover of the March 11, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings are described in the March 11, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated March 11, 2011
Illustration showing how formation and function of some slime mold cells are similar to animal cells   Image The formation and function of some cells of slime molds are similar to those of some animal cells.
Updated March 11, 2011
Cover of the March 11, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings are described in the March 11, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated March 10, 2011
Photo of Brown University biologist Casey Dunn, NSF's 2011 Waterman Award winner.   Image Brown University biologist Casey Dunn is NSF's 2011 Waterman Award winner.
Updated March 10, 2011
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