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An autistic child has been able to use the OrbiTouch to break through language barriers.   Video An autistic child has been able to use the OrbiTouch to break through language barriers.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
A snake coiled with its head up looking to the left   Video How do snakes move without legs? It took a mathematician to figure it out.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 4, 2009
Photo of three African American students reading in front of a bookshelf.   Image New data show black, Hispanic, Asian and American Indian students earned more degrees in FY2006.
Updated November 4, 2009
Photo of a shake table for an earthquake simulation.   Image The University of Nevada, Reno is sending a shake table for an earthquake simulation at the exhibit.
Updated November 2, 2009
Photo of Kilimanjaro's massive ice fields that are eroding due to global temperature rise.   Image Kilimanjaro's massive ice fields have begun eroding as global temperatures rise.
Updated November 2, 2009
Photo of an isolated remnant of Kilimanjaro ice spires.   Image One of a growing number of isolated remnants of Kilimanjaro ice spires, once full glaciers.
Updated November 2, 2009
Photo of the ice fields atop Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro at sunset.   Image The ice fields atop Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro glow golden in the last of the afternoon sun.
Updated November 2, 2009
Image of M82 released by the Hubble Heritage project.   Image Image of M82 released by the Hubble Heritage project.
Updated November 2, 2009
Image shows the very high energy gamma-ray emission observed by VERITAS.   Image The very high energy gamma-ray emission observed by VERITAS. The Black star is the active starburst.
Updated November 2, 2009
Photo of VERITAS, the Very Energetic Radiation Imaging Telescope Array System.   Image VERITAS, operated by a collaboration of more than 100 scientists from 22 different countries.
Updated November 2, 2009
Photo of the Very Energetic Radiation Imaging Telescope Array System (VERITAS).   Image Very Energetic Radiation Imaging Telescope Array System (VERITAS) detects sources of gamma rays.
Updated November 2, 2009
Ioannis Pavlidis and Dr. Jayasimha N. Murthy discuss their new sleep apnea diagnosis tool.   Video Ioannis Pavlidis and Dr. Jayasimha N. Murthy discuss their new sleep apnea diagnosis tool.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 2, 2009
Comparison of patient set-up and output in traditional sleep studies and thermal infrared imaging.   Image Comparison of patient set-up and output in traditional sleep studies and thermal infrared imaging.
Updated November 2, 2009
Cover of the October 30 issue of Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings appear in the October 30 issue of Science magazine.
Updated October 29, 2009
Cover of the October 30, 2009 Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings appear in the October 30 issue of Science magazine.
Updated October 29, 2009
Photo of woman from Guatemala making a textile.   Image Passing on material things, as well as knowledge and skills, is important to wealth inheritance.
Updated October 29, 2009
Photo of Tim Lyons looking at weathered outcrop samples.   Image Tim Lyons looks at weathered outcrop samples overlying fresh shales collected by drilling.
Updated October 29, 2009
Photo showing scientists traveling the back roads of western Australia.   Image Scientists travel the back roads of western Australia to collect samples of rocks.
Updated October 29, 2009
Photo showing hills of western Australia.   Image Beneath the hills of western Australia, rocks revealed new evidence for early oxygen on Earth.
Updated October 29, 2009
Photo of Australia's red-weathered hills.   Image Scientists studied 2.5 billion-year-old sediments from under Australia's red-weathered hills.
Updated October 29, 2009
Photo of Indiana University student Kayla King dissecting snails under the microscope.   Image Indiana University graduate student Kayla King dissects snails under the microscope.
Updated October 28, 2009
Photo shows an infected snail (top) and an uninfected snail (bottom) removed from their shells.   Image Shown are an infected snail (top) and an uninfected snail (bottom) removed from their shells.
Updated October 28, 2009
Photo of dabbling ducks foraging in the shallow region of Lake Alexandrina, New Zealand.   Image Dabbling ducks forage in the shallow region of Lake Alexandrina, New Zealand.
Updated October 28, 2009
Photo of Paula Hammond, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT.   Image Paula Hammond of MIT will speak at NSF on Dec. 14, on constructing functional materials.
Updated October 28, 2009
Photo of Ellen Zweibel, Department of Astronomy, University of Wisconsin.   Image Ellen Zweibel kicked off MPS' Distinguished Lecture Series with a talk at NSF on Oct. 13, 2009.
Updated October 27, 2009
Photo of Geraldine Richmond, Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon, and Chair of COACh.   Image Geraldine Richmond of the University of Oregon and COACh, will speak at NSF on Jan. 11, 2010.
Updated October 27, 2009
Photo of Richard Muller, Department of Physics, UC Berkeley.   Image Richard Muller of Berkeley, will speak at NSF on February 22, on physics for future presidents.
Updated October 27, 2009
Photo of John Mather of the NASA Goddard Space Center.   Image John Mather of NASA will speak at NSF on April 19, on the James Webb Space Telescope.
Updated October 27, 2009
Photo of Simon Levin, Department of Ecology and Biology, Princeton University.   Image Simon Levin of Princeton will speak at NSF on May 17, on the challenge of sustainability.
Updated October 27, 2009
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