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A reconstruction of the head of the newly discovered Triassic, carnivorous dinosaur, Tawa hallae.   Image Reconstructed head of the newly discovered Triassic, carnivorous dinosaur, .
Updated December 10, 2009
A reconstruction of the Tawa hallae skeleton.   Image A reconstruction of the Tawa hallae skeleton.
Updated December 10, 2009
Illustration showing how Tawa relates to other early dinosaurs.   Image The researchers believe dinosaurs originated in what is now South America, and soon after diverged.
Updated December 10, 2009
A reconstruction of the newly discovered Triassic, carnivorous dinosaur, Tawa hallae.   Image A reconstruction of the newly discovered Triassic, carnivorous dinosaur, Tawa hallae.
Updated December 10, 2009
Photo of students using Scratch, an MIT-created programming language for children.   Image Scratch is an easy language to learn and is readily shared with other programmers.
Updated December 10, 2009
Photo of middle school children working at a computer.   Image Students working on Scratch, a computer programming language designed for kids.
Updated December 10, 2009
Computer Science Education Week logo.   Image Computer Science Education Week highlights computing and improvements to computer science education.
Updated December 9, 2009
Olympic athlete Julie Chu demonstrates the physics of the slapshot.   Video More than just a physical game, hockey is a showcase for physics on ice.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated December 9, 2009
Image of boots on skis.   Image In skiing events, it's often the skis and materials used to make them that give athletes an edge.
Updated December 9, 2009
Photo of Olympic hopeful Rachael Flatt spinning on her skates.   Image Olympic hopeful Rachael Flatt helps an NSF-sponsored researcher explain a skater's rotation.
Updated December 9, 2009
Image of a bobsled enveloped with arrows from the front to the rear showing drag.   Image In episode 11, Banking on Speed, researchers explain how drag impacts U.S. chances to win gold.
Updated December 9, 2009
Text: Science of the Olympic Winter Games, NBC Learn; images: skater and NSF, NBC, Olympics logos.   Image Video series focuses on how athletes skate, ski, jump and curl their way to Olympic gold.
Updated December 9, 2009
Image showing the possible extent of Arctic sea ice by the year 2040 (based on NCAR-based CCSM).   Image This image shows the possible extent of Arctic sea ice by the year 2040 (based on NCAR-based CCSM).
Updated December 7, 2009
An autistic child has been able to use the OrbiTouch to break through language barriers.   Video An autistic child has been able to use the OrbiTouch to break through language barriers.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated December 4, 2009
Photo of the OrbiTouch keyboard.   Image The OrbiTouch keyboard was originally created to help people with carpal tunnel syndrome.
Updated December 4, 2009
Cover of December 4 issue of Science   Image The researchers' findings appear in the December 4, 2009, issue of the journal Science.
Updated December 3, 2009
Photo showing the components of the seismometer acquisition packages on the deck.   Image On deck are the components of the seismometer acquisition packages.
Updated December 3, 2009
Photo of an ocean-bottom seismometer package.   Image An ocean-bottom seismometer package: green = seismometer, yellow = acquisition system.
Updated December 3, 2009
Photo showing a lava skylight at Kilauea.   Image This photo shows a "lava skylight" at Kilauea.
Updated December 3, 2009
Aerial photo of Puu Oo cinder-and-spatter cone on the east rift zone of Kilauea.   Image Aerial photo of Puu Oo cinder-and-spatter cone on the east rift zone of Kilauea.
Updated December 3, 2009
Photo of smooth, unbroken pahoehoe at Kilauea.   Image A lava flow type called pahoehoe--smooth, unbroken lava--at Kilauea.
Updated December 3, 2009
Photo showing lava splattering near the coastal entry of Kilauea.   Image Lava splatters near the coastal entry of Kilauea.
Updated December 3, 2009
Image showing the topography of the Hawaiian Islands in 3-D.   Image The topography of the Hawaiian Islands is shown in 3-D.
Updated December 3, 2009
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