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Satellite image of smoke from Southern California wildfires billowing over the Pacific Ocean.   Image Smoke from Southern California wildfires billows over the Pacific Ocean.
Updated April 23, 2009
Diana Wall, Colorado State University   Video Diana Wall, Colorado State University
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 23, 2009
Stephanie Pfirman, Barnard College   Video Stephanie Pfirman, Barnard College
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 23, 2009
Timothy Killeen, NSF's assistant director for geosciences   Video Timothy Killeen, NSF's assistant director for geosciences
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 23, 2009
Photo of Matthew Henson, the first person to reach the North Pole.   Image On April 6, 1909, polar explorer Matthew Henson was first person to reach the North Pole.
Updated April 23, 2009
Hajo Eicken, University of Alaska Fairbanks   Video Hajo Eicken, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 23, 2009
Richard Alley, Pennsylvania State University   Video Richard Alley, Pennsylvania State University
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 23, 2009
An interview with Mihai Pop about his CluE initiative-supported research.   Video An interview with Mihai Pop about his CluE initiative-supported research.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 23, 2009
Photo of researchers David Bowman and Jennifer Blach.   Image Researchers David Bowman and Jennifer Balch.
Updated April 23, 2009
Photo of a wildfire that burned 28,000 acres of Arizona forest and killed six firefighters.   Image This wildfire burned 28,000 acres of Arizona forest and killed six firefighters.
Updated April 23, 2009
Photo of a pine forest in Siberia burning.   Image A pine forest in Siberia burns.
Updated April 23, 2009
Cover of April 24, 2009 issue of Science   Image The researchers' findings appear in the April 24, 2009, issue of Science.
Updated April 23, 2009
Photomicrograph showing a Salmonella bacterium, an analogue for powering of nano-machines.   Image Salmonella bacterium provides an example of how nano-machines could be powered.
Updated April 22, 2009
Photo of a transmission tower that failed.   Image A transmission tower failed near a Stick-Net deployment site in Grosse Tete, La.
Updated April 22, 2009
Two different particles engage in phototaxis predator-prey movement.   Image Particle motion driven by light provides a theory for independent movement of nano-machines.
Updated April 22, 2009
Graphic of a nano-car with four carbon-based wheels rolling on axles made of linked carbon atoms.   Image Nano-car has no engine under the hood, but rolls on wheels 5,000 times smaller than a human cell.
Updated April 22, 2009
Graphic showing a single-molecule nano-vehicle.   Image Powering machines 5,000 times smaller than a human cell moves closer to reality.
Updated April 22, 2009
Photo of multiple Stick-Nets in a field.   Image An army of Stick-Nets are set up for mass testing before the beginning of hurricane season.
Updated April 22, 2009
Photo of water covering part of a highway.   Image The surge water rushed over the highway more than 15 hours before Hurricane Ike made landfall.
Updated April 22, 2009
Photo of two students holding hailstones.   Image Students collect hailstones near a Stick-Net probe after a thunderstorm has passed.
Updated April 22, 2009
Beltway diagram showing how surface structure speeds access of Li ions to cathode tunnels.   Image Amorphous 'beltway' surface structure speeds access of lithium ions to cathode tunnels.
Updated April 22, 2009
Photo of the MIT battery material.   Image A sample of the MIT battery material that could allow quick charging of portable devices.
Updated April 22, 2009
Photo of a person standing underneath a natural ice arch in Antarctica.   Image A person stands underneath a natural arch in a glacier at Norsel Point, Anvers Island, Antarctica.
Updated April 21, 2009
Photo of WHOI scientist Bruce Keafer, right, preparing a corer to collect seafloor sediment samples.   Image WHOI scientist Bruce Keafer, right, prepares a corer to collect seafloor sediment samples.
Updated April 21, 2009
Computer simulations of Alexandrium cell concentrations under different weather conditions.   Image Computer simulations of Alexandrium cell concentrations under different weather conditions.
Updated April 21, 2009
Gulf of Maine maps reveal the concentration of Alexandrium cysts buried in seafloor sediments.   Image Gulf of Maine maps show the concentration of Alexandrium cysts in seafloor sediments.
Updated April 21, 2009
Image of yellow and green microscopic cysts of Alexandrium species in Gulf of Maine sediments.   Image Microscopic cysts of Alexandrium species in yellow and green in Gulf of Maine sediments.
Updated April 21, 2009
Photo of sediments that show that the Chicxulub meteorite predated the mass extinction.   Image Sediments show that the Chicxulub meteorite predates a mass extinction 65 million years ago.
Updated April 20, 2009
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