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Photo of students involved in the Fisk-Vanderbilt Master's to Ph.D. Bridge program.   Image In five years the Fisk-Vanderbilt Bridge program attracted 31 underrepresented minority students.
Updated December 14, 2009
Photo of two students working on a research project in the lab.   Image Two students work on a research project as part of Rutgers' I3 effort.
Updated December 14, 2009
Photo of a student getting experience in the lab.   Image This student is getting important experience in the lab as part of Rutgers' I3 effort.
Updated December 14, 2009
Photo of a student in Rutgers' state-of-the-art lab facilities.   Image A student takes advantage of Rutgers' state-of-the-art lab facilities.
Updated December 14, 2009
Photo of a student doing research in the lab.   Image A student does research in the lab as part of Rutgers' Research in Science and Engineering Program.
Updated December 14, 2009
Photo of a girl holding a grasshopper at ASU's STEM Summer College-for-Kids.   Image At a summer "I Love Bugs!" course at Arizona State, a student holds a grasshopper.
Updated December 14, 2009
Photo of a student at Arizona State's College-for-Kids holding a large South African beetle.   Image At Arizona State's Summer College-for-Kids, a student holds a large South African beetle.
Updated December 14, 2009
Photo of students participating in the Interactive Journalism Institute for Middle Schoolers.   Image Students participating in the Interactive Journalism Institute for Middle Schoolers.
Updated December 11, 2009
Image shows largest of Titan's northern lakes on left compared to Lake Superior on right.   Image On left, is largest of Titan's northern lakes. It has a larger area than Lake Superior (right).
Updated December 11, 2009
Image showing the tropical cloud observed by Emily Schaller from the ground in April 2008.   Image The tropical cloud observed by Emily Schaller from the ground in April 2008.
Updated December 11, 2009
Image shows Titan at the top emerging from behind Saturn and Tethys at the bottom left.   Image Titan (top) emerges from behind its parent planet, Saturn. Tethys is visible at the bottom left.
Updated December 11, 2009
Image shows a composite visible/infrared view of Titan.   Image Composite visible/infrared view of Titan shows a world with features strikingly similar to Earth.
Updated December 11, 2009
Photo of smog chamber and the words Audio Slideshow.   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated December 11, 2009
Photo of David Charbonneau, NSF's 2009 Alan T. Waterman Awardee.   Image David Charbonneau, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, NSF's 2009 Alan T. Waterman Awardee.
Updated December 10, 2009
Map showing the locations of NSF's Ocean Observatories Initiative sites.   Image The locations of NSF's Ocean Observatories Initiative sites are shown in this graphic.
Updated December 10, 2009
Photo showing rock zebra stripes in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile.   Image NSF National Center for Earth-surface Dynamics scientists study rock "zebra stripes."
Updated December 10, 2009
An artist's rendering shows the solar wind as it streaks by Earth.   Image An artist's rendering shows the solar wind as it streaks by Earth.
Updated December 10, 2009
Image showing the interface between a sunspot's central and outer regions.   Image The interface between a sunspot's central and outer regions: a complex structure.
Updated December 10, 2009
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