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Illustration showing human sources of Cesium-137 compared to natural radionuclides in the ocean.   Image Human sources of radiation in the atmosphere, compared with natural radionuclides in the ocean.
Updated May 17, 2011
Image of the Ambrose Diaphonic Ear Lens.   Video Research suggests a cause, and potential solution for listener fatigue caused by in-ear headphones.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 16, 2011
Illustration showing ear anatomy with stress from non-sealing earbuds.   Video Ear anatomy with stress from sealing earbuds and with new non-sealing ones.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 16, 2011
Image of Stephen Ambrose of Asisus Technologies.   Video Stephen Ambrose describes how sealing a speaker in the ear canal boosts sound pressures.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 16, 2011
Image of NSB public service awardee Dennis Bartels, executive director of the Exploratorium.   Video Dennis Bartels, executive director of the Exploratorium, talks about it's commitment to education.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 16, 2011
Image of the Public Service Awardee Moira Gunn, founder and host of Tech Nation and BioTech Nation.   Video NSB's Public Service Awardee Moira Gunn discusses the radio program she founded, Tech Nation.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 16, 2011
Image of 2011 Alan T. Waterman Awardee Casey Dunn of Brown University.   Video NSF's 2011 Alan T. Waterman Awardee Casey Dunn of Brown University discusses his research.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 16, 2011
Image of Vannevar Bush Awardee Charles Vest, president of the National Academy of Engineering.   Video NSB's 2011 Vannevar Bush Awardee Charles Vest discusses the state of science in America.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 16, 2011
Photo of NSB's France Córdova presenting NSB's Public Service Award for a group to Dennis Bartels.   Image NSB's France Córdova presents the NSB's Public Service Award for a group to Dennis Bartels.
Updated May 13, 2011
Photo of NSB's France Córdova presenting the 2011 Public Service Award - Individual to Moira Gunn.   Image NSB's France Córdova presents the 2011 Public Service Award - Individual to Moira Gunn.
Updated May 13, 2011
Photo of NSF Director Subra Suresh presenting the Alan T. Waterman Award to Casey Dunn.   Image NSF Director Subra Suresh presents the Alan T. Waterman Award to Casey Dunn.
Updated May 13, 2011
Photo of NSB's France Córdova presenting the 2011 Vannevar Bush Award to Charles Vest.   Image NSB's France Córdova presents the 2011 Vannevar Bush Award to Charles Vest.
Updated May 13, 2011
Left to right, Ray Bowen, Casey Dunn, Moira Gunn, Subra Suresh, Charles Vest, and Dennis Bartels.   Image This year's awardees join NSB Chairman Ray Bowen (far left) and NSF Director Subra Suresh (center).
Updated May 13, 2011
Photo of John Kessler and David Valentine in front of the Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill.   Image John Kessler and David Valentine in front of the Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill in June 2010.
Updated May 13, 2011
Image of Dr. William Whitman of the University of Georgia.   Video William Whitman of the University of Georgia describes his discovery on cloud formation.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 11, 2011
Cover of NSF Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2011-2016   Image Empowering the Nation Through Discovery and Innovation: NSF Strategic Plan for FY 2011-2016
Updated May 10, 2011
Image showing the transiting planet orbiting its nearby star in an opposite direction.   Image A retrograde hot Jupiter: the transiting planet orbits its nearby star in an opposite direction.
Updated May 9, 2011
Image of a snake robot wrapped around tree with words The Search Serpent: The Next Wave in Robotics.   Video A snake robot will go through any type of terrain and have many degrees of freedom for motion.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of a snake robot showing the light.   Image To help in search and rescue, Choset added sensors, a camera and a light to the snake robot.
Updated May 6, 2011
Image of a snake robot that seeks out and removes damaged tissue in a heart.   Image The CardioArm seeks out and removes the damaged tissue in a heart.
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of the snake robot that moves without the aid of a fixed base.   Image Howie Choset has developed a snake robot that moves without the aid of a fixed base.
Updated May 6, 2011
EarthScope image of the 3-D seismic velocity structure in the mantle beneath western North America.   Image EarthScope image of the 3-D seismic velocity structure in the mantle beneath western North America.
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of researchers at the EarthScope-supported Visualization Center at Scripps.   Image Researchers at the EarthScope-supported Visualization Center, Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of Jeremiah Silver downloading EarthScope data from a seismic station.   Image University of Colorado student Jeremiah Silver downloads EarthScope data from a seismic station.
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of Penn State student Lucas Zoet presenting EarthScope results at a workshop.   Image Penn State student Lucas Zoet presents EarthScope results at a workshop through the national office.
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of a EarthScope staffer with children at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.   Image The national office reaches out to the public; shown is the USA Science and Engineering Festival.
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of EarthScope National Office staff members.   Image EarthScope National Office staff members teach park rangers and museum educators about geoscience.
Updated May 6, 2011
Photo of a young woman seated at computer with the word Video.   Image Video proposing a Mobile Action Lab.
Updated May 5, 2011
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