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Three dimensional cell culture grown using nanoparticles of iron-oxide and coin-sized magnets.   Image Researchers have found a way to grow 3-D cell cultures using magnetic levitation.
Updated June 11, 2010
A 3-D cell culture grown with magnetic levitation.   Image A 3-D cell culture grown with magnetic levitation.
Updated June 11, 2010
From right, Tom Killian and Robert Raphael, both of Rice, and Glauco Souza of Nano3D Biosciences.   Image From right, Tom Killian and Robert Raphael, both of Rice, and Glauco Souza of Nano3D Biosciences.
Updated June 11, 2010
Image of a 7,800 year-old maize starch grain.   Image Image of a 7,800 year-old maize starch grain.
Updated June 11, 2010
Photo of the Xihuatoxtla Shelter in Mexico where the remains of 8,700 year-old maize was found.   Image Researchers excavated the Xihuatoxtla Shelter in Mexico finding 8,700 year-old maize remains.
Updated June 11, 2010
Illustration of the wild grass teosinte and modern corn.   Image New research says corn was domesticated from teosinte 1,500 years earlier than formerly documented.
Updated June 11, 2010
Cover of the June 11, 2010, issue of the journal Science.   Image The research results appear in the June 11, 2010, issue of the journal Science.
Updated June 10, 2010
Micrograph of a gold bridge used to stretch a molecule and measure electricity flowing through it.   Image Micrograph of a gold bridge used to stretch a molecule and measure electricity flowing through it.
Updated June 10, 2010
Illlustration showing device used to stretch a molecule while measuring its electric current.   Image Research shows single-molecule devices can be used for detailed studies of fundamental physics.
Updated June 10, 2010
The New York Stock Exchange, focal point of the 2008 Stock Market crash.   Image The New York Stock Exchange, focal point of the 2008 stock market crash.
Updated June 10, 2010
Photo of David Ortega and a man with a donkey at Tiger Leaping Gorge, Yunnan Province, China.   Image The author at Tiger Leaping Gorge, Yunnan Province, China.
Updated June 10, 2010
Photo of David Ortega and Laping Wu with a pork seller in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China.   Image David Ortega's advisor, Laping Wu, with a pork seller in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China.
Updated June 10, 2010
Photo of researchers preparing a platform for collecting sediment cores from Silver Lake, Ohio.   Image Researchers prepare a platform for collecting sediment cores from Silver Lake, Ohio.
Updated June 10, 2010
An A-Star helicopter overhead Blood Falls camp shortly after dropping fuel and supplies.   Image An A-Star helicopter overhead at Blood Falls camp shortly after dropping fuel and supplies.
Updated June 10, 2010
LSU graduate student Shawn Doyle carries a demolition hammer used to excavate the sampling tunnel.   Image LSU graduate student Shawn Doyle carries a demolition hammer used to excavate the sampling tunnel.
Updated June 10, 2010
Time-lapse video of research team packing and staging tools and supplies for fieldwork.   Video Time-lapse video of research team packing and staging tools and supplies for fieldwork.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 10, 2010
Initial scouting and selection of safe sites for tunneling into Taylor Glacier.   Video Initial scouting and selection of safe sites for tunneling into Taylor Glacier.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 10, 2010
Photo of two people excavating a sampling tunnel into Taylor Glacier.   Image Scientists begin excavation of the sampling tunnel into Taylor Glacier in Antarctica.
Updated June 10, 2010
Julia Poje, at this year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, holding a sign.   Image Julia Poje at this year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in San Jose, Calif.
Updated June 8, 2010
Shows how the SHELTER device works and demonstrates it removing a clot from a blood vessel in brain.   Video See the SHELTERTM device in action.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 8, 2010
Photo of the Insera SHELTER device, which is small enough to fit into tiny blood vessels in brain.   Image The Insera SHELTERTM device is minuscule and fits into tiny blood vessels in the brain.
Updated June 8, 2010
Photo showing SHELTER device grabbing a simulated blood clot from within a silicone blood vessel.   Image The SHELTERTM device grabs a simulated blood clot from within a silicone "blood vess
Updated June 8, 2010
Medical illustration revealing how the SHELTER device traps and removes blood clots in the brain.   Image Illustration showing how the SHELTERTM device traps and removes blood clots in the brain.
Updated June 8, 2010
Photo of silicone copies of human cadaver blood vessels with aneurisms, atherosclerosis, plaque.   Image The modeled environment for testing Insera's blood-clot removal device is shown here.
Updated June 8, 2010
Louis Hesler examines a colony of rare nine-spotted ladybugs being raised in captivity.   Image Louis Hesler examines a colony of rare nine-spotted ladybugs being raised in captivity.
Updated June 8, 2010
Image showing the annual mean aerosol optical depth for 2006.   Image This image shows the annual mean aerosol optical depth for 2006.
Updated June 8, 2010
Image showing the March-May impacts of black carbon, mineral dust and both agents on snow cover.   Image Models showing March-May impacts of black carbon, mineral dust and both agents on snow cover.
Updated June 8, 2010
Computer prediction of a novel inhibitor binding to the JNK substrate docking site on a protein.   Image A computer prediction of a novel inhibitor binding to the JNK substrate docking site on a protein.
Updated June 8, 2010
Structure of benzamidine-bound trypsin and chemical structure of the trypsin ligands   Image Structure of benzamidine-bound trypsin and chemical structure of the trypsin ligands.
Updated June 8, 2010
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