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Illustrations showing the ear-jaw structure of the fossil and modern mammals at fetal growth stages.   Image The fossil ear-jaw structure is similar to that of modern mammals at fetal growth stages.
Updated October 8, 2009
Illustrations showing the middle ears of a modern mammal and the newly discovered fossil mammal.   Image A comparison of the middle ears of a modern mammal and the newly discovered fossil mammal.
Updated October 8, 2009
Map showing the location of the fossil site northeast of Beijing, China.   Image The fossil, about five inches long, was discovered northeast of Beijing, China.
Updated October 8, 2009
Life reconstruction of the new fossil mammal, as a chipmunk-sized animal.   Image Life reconstruction of the new fossil mammal, as a chipmunk-sized animal.
Updated October 8, 2009
Photo of President Obama viewing Double-Double in Lyra with young stargazers.   Image President Obama views Double-Double in Lyra with young stargazers Lucas Bolyard and Caroline Moore.
Updated October 8, 2009
Photo of a pile of beached crabs that suffocated in a dead zone.   Image Pile of beached crabs that suffocated in a dead zone. Dead zones may produce miles of such piles.
Updated October 8, 2009
Photo of a blacklegged tick on a one cent piece.   Image Blacklegged ticks--key carriers of Lyme disease--are tiny menaces.
Updated October 7, 2009
Photo of a deer.   Image Chronic wasting disease (CWD) affects deer and elk and is related to mad cow disease.
Updated October 7, 2009
Photo showing a pathogen in marine snow.   Image Harmless it's not: marine snow in estuaries and oceans often carries pathogens.
Updated October 7, 2009
Photo showing trapping of rodents that are used to understand leptospirosis transmission.   Image Trapping and testing rodents is important to understanding transmission of leptospirosis.
Updated October 7, 2009
Photo of a coastline.   Image Scientists are identifying the unusual processes that produce Oregon's large dead zones.
Updated October 6, 2009
Photo of Anna Kornfeld Simpson with her mentors from UCSD.   Image Anna Kornfeld Simpson with her mentors from the University of California, San Diego.
Updated October 6, 2009
Photo of Anna Kornfeld Simpson with her robot   Image Anna Kornfeld Simpson with her robot.
Updated October 6, 2009
An artist's conception of a robotic bee, created as part of the Harvard RoboBees Project.   Image A robotic bee, part of the Harvard RoboBees Project, one of three new Expeditions in Computing.
Updated October 6, 2009
Photo of sand dunes and vegetation in China.   Image Dry sand dunes and monsoon rains in ancient China are out of sync, scientists have found.
Updated October 6, 2009
Photo of a fossil crayfish next to a modern crayfish.   Image A fossil crayfish is shown next to a modern crayfish.
Updated October 6, 2009
Photo of a former crayfish burrow in the Willwood Formation, Wyoming.   Image A rock in the Willwood Formation in Wyoming shows a former crayfish burrow.
Updated October 6, 2009
Photo of a filled-in burrow that was created by beetle larvae and other soil biota.   Image This now-filled-in burrow was created by beetle larvae and other soil biota.
Updated October 6, 2009
Photo of thick red rocks in the Bighorn Basin near Worland, Wyoming.   Image Thick red rocks mark an ancient time in the Bighorn Basin near Worland, Wyoming.
Updated October 6, 2009
Illustration showing the geographic locations of the OOI components.   Image The geographic locations of the OOI components are depicted in this illustration.
Updated October 5, 2009
Peter Turchin discusses how scientific data can be used to discover general principles of history.   Video Peter Turchin discusses how scientific data can be used to discover general principles of history.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 5, 2009
Peter Turchin on the scientific study of history.   Video Peter Turchin on the scientific study of history.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 5, 2009
Peter Turchin explains the coin hoards research model and it's findings.   Video Peter Turchin explains the coin hoards research model and it's findings.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 5, 2009
Peter Turchin explains coin hoards as a proxy for population size.   Video Peter Turchin explains coin hoards as a proxy for population size.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 5, 2009
Peter Turchin explains the importance of the high count/low count debate.   Video Peter Turchin explains the importance of the high count/low count debate.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 5, 2009
Peter Turchin tells why hes convinced 1st century B.C. Rome had a low count population.   Video Peter Turchin tells why he's convinced 1st century B.C. Rome had a low count population.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 5, 2009
Peter Turchin explains Rome as a historical society.   Video Peter Turchin explains Rome as a historical society.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 5, 2009
Close up photo of termites and the words Audio Slideshow   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated October 5, 2009
Photo of Roman coins.   Image Bundles of buried Roman coins indicate the intensity of the region's violence and political strife.
Updated October 5, 2009
Photo of gingko trees at the University of Tokyo.   Image Gingko trees at the University of Tokyo tell a story of changes in when fall arrives each year.
Updated October 5, 2009
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