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Cover art for NSF-ACM report, Digitally Enhancing America's Community Colleges.   Image Cover art for NSF-ACM report, "Digitally Enhancing America's Community Colleges."
Updated May 3, 2011
National Science Board logo.   Image The National Science Board will meet May 9-11 at NSF headquarters in Arlington, Va.
Updated May 3, 2011
Micrographs of diatoms found near Antarctica.   Image Diatoms found near Antarctica: major contributors to the Southern Ocean food web.
Updated May 3, 2011
Micrograph of diatoms from Puget Sound, Washington.   Image Diatoms from Puget Sound, Washington; diatoms are a critical part of the marine environment.
Updated May 3, 2011
Micrographs, clockwise from top right, of oval, triradiate and fusiform P. tricornutum morphotypes.   Image Micrographs of oval, triradiate and fusiform P. tricornutum morphotypes.
Updated May 3, 2011
Micrograph of the fusiform morphotype of the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum.   Image Micrograph of the fusiform morphotype of the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum.
Updated May 3, 2011
Micrograph of the marine diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum overexpressing a urea cycle protein.   Image Micrograph of the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum overexpressing a urea cycle protein.
Updated May 3, 2011
Illustration showing the urea cycle in marine diatoms.   Image Schematic of urea cycle in marine diatoms; the cycle helps recovery from nutrient starvation.
Updated May 3, 2011
Photo of young people at the Mobile Action Lab's workshop.   Image Young people create their own apps at Mobile Action Lab.
Updated May 3, 2011
Photo of a young man creating an  app at Mobile Action Lab.   Image Creating an app at Mobile Action Lab.
Updated May 3, 2011
Photo of a young woman taking a photo for a paper prototype used to demonstrate the Forage City app.   Image A photo taken for a paper prototype video produced to demonstrate the Forage City app.
Updated May 3, 2011
Image of Peter Ungar of University of Arkansas holding the jawbone of Paranthropus boisei.   Video Nutcracker Man interview in 2008 with anthropologist Peter Ungar, University of Arkansas.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 3, 2011
Image of Peter Ungar of University of Arkansas holding a gorilla skull.   Video If these teeth could talk.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 3, 2011
Image of Jason II's control room.   Image Jason II's control room, HQ for remotely operated exploration of hydrothermal vents.
Updated May 3, 2011
Image of Jason II, a remotely operated vehicle.   Image Jason II, a remotely operated vehicle, was also used to sample pyrite nanoparticles.
Updated May 3, 2011
Image of the submersible Alvin.   Image The submersible Alvin explored the role of "fool's gold," or pyrite, in the deep
Updated May 3, 2011
Transmission electron micrograph showing nanoparticles from the Pacific's Kilo Moana vent.   Image Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) showing nanoparticles from the Pacific's Kilo Moana vent.
Updated May 3, 2011
Photo of a black smoker in the Pacific Ocean's Eastern Lau Spreading Center.   Image Black smoker from the Mariner vent site in the Pacific Ocean's Eastern Lau Spreading Center.
Updated May 3, 2011
Map illustrating forest fragmentation.   Image This map demonstrates how road-building precedes a type of forest fragmentation.
Updated May 3, 2011
Map illustrating forest fragmentation.   Image This map illustrates the "fishbone" pattern and the dendritic pattern of forest fragmentat
Updated May 3, 2011
Image of Nutcracker Man eating fruit.   Image "Nutcracker Man" most likely ate grass and possibly sedges.
Updated May 3, 2011
Illustration of the ADEL(TM), which looks like a tiny ear-sealing balloon.   Image The ADEL(TM), which looks like a tiny ear-sealing balloon.
Updated May 2, 2011
Photo of wind mills.   Image No big changes for wind patterns in the next 50 years according to an Indiana University study.
Updated May 2, 2011
Colors in this image depict peak wave heights of the tsunami that hit Japan on Friday, March 11.   Image Colors in this image depict peak wave heights of the tsunami that hit Japan on Friday, March 11.
Updated May 2, 2011
Map of the United States showing the TeraGrid network.   Image TeraGrid is the world's largest, most comprehensive distributed cyberinfrastructure for open science
Updated May 2, 2011
Images of an ear on the left and the Ambrose Diaphonic Ear Lens on the right.   Image The Ambrose Diaphonic Ear Lens™ (ADEL)
Updated April 29, 2011
Map of technicolor particle theories showing the numbers of colors and flavors of quarks.   Image Map of technicolor particle theories that Thomas DeGrand studies.
Updated April 29, 2011
Photo of Thomas DeGrand sitting on a rock in a scenic, mountainous area   Image Thomas DeGrand, professor of physics at the University of Colorado.
Updated April 29, 2011
Simulated data showing protons colliding to form a Higgs boson that decays into hadrons, electrons.   Image Simulated data showing protons colliding to form a Higgs boson that decays into hadrons, electrons.
Updated April 29, 2011
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