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A view of NSF's Harvard Forest LTER Site in Massachusetts.   Image A view of NSF's Harvard Forest LTER Site in Massachusetts.
Updated May 19, 2010
The scientists peer at a fish fossil.   Image The scientists peer at a fish fossil, which tells a tale of long-ago extinctions.
Updated May 17, 2010
Lauren Sallan and Michael Coates handle an actinopterygian fossil in their lab.   Image Lauren Sallan and Michael Coates handle an actinopterygian fossil in their lab.
Updated May 17, 2010
A Gladbachus shark fossil used in the research, pictured in the scientists' lab.   Image A Gladbachus shark fossil used in the research, pictured in the scientists' lab.
Updated May 17, 2010
A sediment core is collected from the side of a vessel.   Image Sediments collected from coring were used to reconstruct past lake surface temperatures.
Updated May 17, 2010
The eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika, off Gombe, Tanzania.   Image The eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika, off Gombe, Tanzania.
Updated May 17, 2010
Local fishermen troll the waters of Lake Tanganyika catching sardines.   Image Local fishermen troll the waters of Lake Tanganyika, catching sardines--for now.
Updated May 17, 2010
Photo of Margie Serrato wearing her gift of a Hanbok, the traditional Korean dress.   Image Margie Serrato wears her gift of a Hanbok, the traditional Korean dress.
Updated May 13, 2010
Photo of cultural anthropologist Margie Serrato learning how to properly drink tea in South Korea.   Image Cultural anthropologist Margie Serrato learns how to properly drink tea according to Korean customs.
Updated May 13, 2010
Cover of May 14, 2010 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings appear in the May 14, 2010 issue of the journal Science.
Updated May 13, 2010
Photo of silver.   Image Tiny variations in silver are giving scientists a new look at Earth's timetable.
Updated May 13, 2010
Illustration of ocean and islands in early Earth.   Image Water may have been present on Earth since very early in our planet's history.
Updated May 13, 2010
Chickpea and root nodule, an organ in legumes associated with nitrogen-fixing bacteria.   Image Chickpea and root nodule, an organ in legumes associated with nitrogen-fixing bacteria.
Updated May 13, 2010
Media briefing with Milan Stojanovich, Columbia University, part of team that worked on the robots.   Video Media briefing with Milan Stojanovich, Columbia University, part of team that worked on the robots.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 12, 2010
Artist's conception of the molecular robot moving on a track.   Image As the robot walks on the substrate, it changes each piece by cleaving off a part.
Updated May 12, 2010
Photo of a bonobo named Mimi, the alpha female, having a little down time.   Image A bonobo named Mimi, the alpha female, has a little down time.
Updated May 12, 2010
Photo of wheat plants.   Image Alternate dwarfing genes would allow wheat plants to better withstand stresses.
Updated May 12, 2010
Green zone in Africa map has tsetse flies in that infect cattle with fatal trypanosomes.   Image Sub-Saharan Africa has tsetse flies (green zone) that infect cattle with fatal trypanosomes.
Updated May 12, 2010
Illustration showing soil improvement through biochar in conjunction with cook stove systems.   Image Soil improvement through biochar in conjunction with cook stove systems will be investigated.
Updated May 12, 2010
The crown of a maize root system 40 days after germination, simulated using SimRoot.   Image The crown of a maize root system 40 days after germination, simulated using SimRoot.
Updated May 12, 2010
An image of the secondary mirror of the Gemini North telescope.   Image An image of the secondary mirror of the Gemini North telescope is shown.
Updated May 11, 2010
The telescopes of the Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory at sunset, taken from Cerro Pachon.   Image The telescopes of the Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory at sunset, taken from Cerro Pachon.
Updated May 11, 2010
Cora Marett, NSF's acting deputy director.   Image Cora Marrett, NSF's acting deputy director, recorded an appeal to participate in National Lab Day
Updated May 11, 2010
The Green Revolution video series features cutting edge research on clean energy technologies.   Image The Green Revolution video series features cutting edge research on clean energy technologies.
Updated May 10, 2010
Effect on the coral of Chlorodesmis, after 20 days.   Image Effect on the coral of Chlorodesmis, after 20 days.
Updated May 10, 2010
Chlorodesmis transplanted against a Porited coral in Fiji.   Image Chlorodesmis transplanted against a Porited coral in Fiji.
Updated May 10, 2010
The green seaweed Chlorodesmis overgrows coral on a reef flat in Fiji.   Image The green seaweed Chlorodesmis overgrows coral on a reef flat in Fiji.
Updated May 10, 2010
Chlorodesmis looks as innocuous as maiden's hair, its common name, but it's a coral-killer.   Image Chlorodesmis looks as innocuous as maiden's hair, its common name, but it's a coral-killer.
Updated May 10, 2010
Scientist-sleuth Douglas Rasher checks for effects of seaweed on a coral culturing rack in Fiji.   Image Scientist-sleuth Douglas Rasher checks for effects of seaweed on a coral culturing rack in Fiji.
Updated May 10, 2010
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