Skip to main content
Email Print Share

Multimedia Gallery

Get Images and Video Updates by email or by RSS.

Welcome to the National Science Foundation's Multimedia Gallery
Search Multimedia  |  Key: Sort by imageSort by videoSort by audioSort by more
Showing: 8,551-8,580 of 17,365

Image of the July 22 cover of the journal Science   Image The researchers' findings are described in the July 22 issue of the journal Science.
Updated July 21, 2011
Photo of the Waterford 3 Nuclear Power plant in Louisiana.   Image Panelists at the Changing Planet Town Hall discuss the importance of nuclear power.
Updated July 21, 2011
Photo of a house in inner-City Buffalo being restored by good-paying green jobs.   Image A house in inner-City Buffalo being restored by good-paying green jobs.
Updated July 21, 2011
cover of the journal Science   Image The researchers' results are described in the July 22 issue of the journal Science.
Updated July 21, 2011
Graphic of "Changing Planet" logo over smaller NBC Learn and NSF logos.   Image Anne Thompson of NBC News moderates the "Changing Planet" town hall meeting.
Updated July 20, 2011
Image of the phytoplankton Emiliania huxleyi.   Image The phytoplankton Emiliania huxleyi offers new clues about marine viruses and algae.
Updated July 19, 2011
Image of a coccolithovirus (pink dot) infecting the widespread ocean plankton Emiliania huxleyi.   Image A coccolithovirus (pink dot) infects the widespread ocean plankton Emiliania huxleyi.
Updated July 19, 2011
Graphic showing sediments beneath the Black Sea.   Image Sediments beneath the Black Sea have preserved DNA signatures of a virus and its algal host.
Updated July 19, 2011
Photo of WHOI scientist Alan Gagnon preparing core samples.   Image Aboard the research vessel Akademik, WHOI scientist Alan Gagnon prepares core samples.
Updated July 19, 2011
Image of a giant "gravity core" being removed from a core barrel.   Image A giant "gravity core" is removed from a core barrel; it contains Black Sea sediments.
Updated July 19, 2011
Image of Alistair Russell, NSF Graduate Research Fellow at University of Washington.   Video Alistair Russell discusses new findings on the successful strategies of pathogenic bacteria.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 18, 2011
Image of Alistair Russell, NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the laboratory of Joseph Mougous.   Image Alistair Russell, NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the laboratory of Joseph Mougous.
Updated July 18, 2011
Image showing the insertion of a denture into the craniofacial skeleton.   Image Final optimized result with denture inserted into the craniofacial skeleton.
Updated July 15, 2011
Image showing implementation of loads, boundary conditions and different cavity constraints.   Image Implementation of loads, boundary conditions and different cavity constraints to a design domain.
Updated July 15, 2011
Image showing facial reconstruction through the use of topological optimization.   Image Evolution of a patient's recovery from facial injury through the use of topological optimization.
Updated July 15, 2011
This image is a representation of a compound nesting inside the new material.   Image This image is a representation of a compound (red/blue) nesting inside the new material (purple).
Updated July 15, 2011
This is a scanning electron microscope image of a new material that self-assembles into polyhedra.   Image The new material self-assembles into well-defined polyhedra, which organize into a crystal lattice.
Updated July 15, 2011
Image of Princeton ecologist Laurence Gesquiere.   Video Laurence Gesquiere explains how higher social ranks in baboons can come at a price.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 14, 2011
Cover of the July 15, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' work is described in the July 15, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated July 14, 2011
Cover of the July 15, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' work is described in the July 15, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated July 14, 2011
Showing: 8,551-8,580 of 17,365