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Illustration of the CoRoT satellite measuring the acoustic fluctuations of a star.   Image Scientists have used "stellar seismology" to monitor a distant star's acoustic fluctuation
Updated August 26, 2010
Image of the magnetic field of the Sun.   Video By monitoring a star's sound waves, scientists have found a cycle similar to the Sun's.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 26, 2010
A 3-D computer model of a stent.   Image A 3-D computer model of a stent.
Updated August 26, 2010
Cover of the August, 27, 2010 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings were published in the Aug. 27, 2010 issue of the journal Science.
Updated August 26, 2010
A simpler computer model that simulates stents.   Image This simpler computer model simulates stents just as accurately as the more complex 3-D models.
Updated August 26, 2010
Image showing equations and a dashed line.   Video See some of the research carried out by Expeditions in Computing awardees.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 26, 2010
Image of the Earth's atmosphere.   Image A study links a high atmospheric layer with a sharp drop in ultraviolet radiation levels.
Updated August 26, 2010
Image of the Fields Medal.   Image The Fields Medal was presented to four mathematicians on August 19, 2010.
Updated August 25, 2010
Image of binary code.   Image The enhanced connectivity targeted by these awards is expected to broaden participation in STEM.
Updated August 25, 2010
Photo of the purple pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea.   Image The purple pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea, ranges from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada.
Updated August 24, 2010
Photo of crimson flowers which is indicative of northern populations of purple pitcher plants.   Image Crimson flowers are indicative of northern populations of the purple pitcher plant.
Updated August 24, 2010
Photo of a pitcher plant with pink flowers, which is characteristic of Gulf Coast populations.   Image The pitcher plant in this image has the pink flowers characteristic of Gulf Coast populations.
Updated August 24, 2010
Photo of red-leaved hybrid of S. purpurea and S. flava.   Image This red-leaved hybrid of S. purpurea and S. flava is more than 35 years old.
Updated August 24, 2010
Photo of S. purpurea and S. flava in northern Florida.   Image In northern Florida, S. purpurea overlaps and can hybridize with S. flava.
Updated August 24, 2010
Photo of Wyeomyia smithii.   Image Wyeomyia smithii migrated north along the Atlantic Coast about 20,000 years ago.
Updated August 24, 2010
Photo of a water-filled purple pitcher plant leaf.   Image The pitcher plant mosquito develops entirely within the water-filled purple pitcher plant.
Updated August 24, 2010
Photo of an adult female mosquito descending into a purple pitcher plant leaf.   Image An adult female mosquito descends into a purple pitcher plant leaf in southern Wisconsin.
Updated August 24, 2010
Close-up photo of oysters bonded to each other.   Image Oysters use a chemical cement to bond to each other.
Updated August 23, 2010
Photo of an oyster reef in the Baruch Marine Field Laboratory on the South Carolina coast.   Image An oyster reef in the Baruch Marine Field Laboratory on the South Carolina coast.
Updated August 23, 2010
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