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Graphic showing the coronal mass ejection as a gray cloud in the lower right.   Image A coronal mass ejection (CME) in a model; the CME is the gray cloud toward the lower right.
Updated January 25, 2011
Illustration showing how some extinctions or network failures can be avoided.   Image A newly developed mathematical model suggests some species extinctions can be avoided.
Updated January 25, 2011
Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring.   Image Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring, Jan. 2011.
Updated January 24, 2011
Chemistry Now with NBC Learn and NSF logos.   Image Weekly online video series uncovers and explains the science of common physical objects.
Updated January 24, 2011
Image of a two mirror molecules with right and left hands.   Image From "'Mirror' Molecule: Carvone," an original NSF and NBC Learn video for Chemistry Now.
Updated January 24, 2011
Photo of Julie Yu making fresh cheese from milk and lemon juice.   Image Julie Yu makes cheese from milk and lemon juice to explain "The Chemistry of Cheese."
Updated January 24, 2011
Image of the bottom bun, hamburger and a slice of melted cheese.   Image "Chemistry Now's" learning packages break down the chemistry behind things such as cheese.
Updated January 24, 2011
Image of a panel of biologically-inspired microlens array that will collect solar energy.   Image On building exteriors, panels of biologically-inspired microlens arrays will collect solar energy.
Updated January 21, 2011
Photo of an apple and an orange on a mathematics exam graded as an A+.   Image Conference organizers: MSP project strategies to be linked to positive impacts for K-12 students.
Updated January 21, 2011
Image of chemical engineer Paul Edmiston.   Video NSF hosts chemical engineer Paul Edmiston for a demonstration of Osorb.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated January 21, 2011
Cover of the Jan. 21, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings are described in the Jan. 21, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated January 20, 2011
Diagram of a concept map using nodes or bubbles that show relationships among ideas, materials, etc.   Image Retrieval practice beat out concept maps like this one when testing the two study methods together.
Updated January 20, 2011
Cover of the January 14, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings are described in the Jan. 14, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated January 20, 2011
Cover of the January 14, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings are described in the Jan. 14, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated January 20, 2011
Photo of petri dishes containing bacteria harvested from amoebae.   Image Bacteria harvested from the amoebae are shown in Petri dishes.
Updated January 19, 2011
Photo of leaves covering soil containing amoebae at the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center.   Image Soil containing amoebae at the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center.
Updated January 19, 2011
Photo of fruiting bodies in amoebae.   Image An alternate view of amoebae fruiting bodies, with spores and bacteria.
Updated January 19, 2011
Photo of scientist Deborah Brock peering down a microscope.   Image Scientist Deborah Brock at the microscope, peering at amoebae.
Updated January 19, 2011
Photo of fruiting bodies discovered in amoebae collected in Virginia and Minnesota.   Image "Fruiting bodies" discovered in amoebae collected in Virginia and Minnesota.
Updated January 19, 2011
Photo of a petri plate containing bacteria harvested from amoebae.   Image Petri plate containing bacteria harvested from amoebae.
Updated January 19, 2011
Photo of a blue tit on the side of a tree.   Image The age of male blue tits at fatherhood plays a major role in how fast females pass their prime.
Updated January 18, 2011
Photo of two blue tits tending eggs in their nest.   Image A look into a blue tit nest: females can slow their biological clocks with the right mates.
Updated January 18, 2011
Photo of a blue tit.   Image In birds called blue tits, biologists have discovered a link: mate choice and female fertility.
Updated January 18, 2011
Photo showing large numbers of people and vehicles on Shanghai street and hazy, overcast sky.   Image China's rapid economic growth makes it a good place to learn and understand environmental behavior.
Updated January 14, 2011
Photo of Shanghai waterside.   Image Employees, who work for large companies in China, engage in pro-environmental behavior.
Updated January 14, 2011
Image of Jianguo "Jack" Liu as he discusses green behavior in China's big cities.   Video Jianguo "Jack" Liu discusses green behavior in China's big cities.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated January 14, 2011
Photo of a coal power plant in Xian, China releasing sulfur dioxide directly into the atmosphere.   Image A coal power plant in Xian, China releases sulfur dioxide directly into the atmosphere.
Updated January 14, 2011
Photo of Great Wall of China near Beijing obscured by air pollution, dust and sand.   Image Burning of fossil fuels, dust and sand obscure a section of the Great Wall of China near Beijing.
Updated January 14, 2011
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