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Photo of a forest.   Image Low-altitude remote sensing is used to determine light captured by neighboring trees.
Updated February 25, 2010
Image showing elevation contours outlining tree heights.   Image Elevation contours outline tree heights, allowing for research on effects of light on the forest.
Updated February 25, 2010
Color-enhanced optical image of the galaxy DDO 87 in the constellation Ursa Major showing stars.   Image Color-enhanced optical image of the galaxy DDO 87 in the constellation Ursa Major showing stars.
Updated February 25, 2010
Photo of Lowell Observatory astronomer Deidre Hunter.   Image Lowell Observatory astronomer Deidre Hunter.
Updated February 25, 2010
VLA radio image of DDO 87, one of the LITTLE THINGS galaxies, showing hydrogen concentrations.   Image A VLA radio image of DDO 87, one of the LITTLE THINGS galaxies, shows hydrogen concentrations.
Updated February 25, 2010
Photo of the marquee banner for the Take a Nanooze Break exhibition.   Image The marquee banner for the Take a Nanooze Break exhibition.
Updated February 25, 2010
Iluustration showing green light stimulating diamond defects to emit one red photon at a time.   Image A Harvard-based team has manufactured a matrix of diamond nanowires.
Updated February 25, 2010
Photo showing marine scientists obtaining ocean water samples aboard a research vessel.   Image Marine scientists obtain ocean water samples aboard the research vessel Kilo Moana.
Updated February 25, 2010
Photo showing surface accumulation of the nitrogen-fixing microbe Trichodesmium in Pacific Ocean.   Image Surface accumulation of the nitrogen-fixing microbe Trichodesmium in South Pacific Ocean.
Updated February 25, 2010
Photos of E. coli cultures and populations of self-replicating digital organisms.   Image BEACON scientists will study E. coli cultures and populations of self-replicating digital organisms
Updated February 24, 2010
Photo of Katrina J. Edwards, professor of biological sciences and Earth sciences at USC.   Image Katrina Edwards, professor of biological sciences and Earth sciences at USC, to lead an STC team
Updated February 24, 2010
A conceptual rendering of a biological machine showing circuitry on a biological material background   Image A conceptual rendering of a biological machine showing circuitry on a biological material background
Updated February 24, 2010
Photo of USC production area.   Image A USC production area is shown.
Updated February 24, 2010
Photo of people walking through a forest.   Image Recreation is becoming increasingly important as an ecosystem service.
Updated February 23, 2010
Photo of an old-growth forest.   Image Old-growth forests are reservoirs of huge amounts of carbon above and below ground.
Updated February 23, 2010
Photo of a forest covered in mist.   Image Earth's clean air depends in large part on processes in forests.
Updated February 23, 2010
Photo of a wildfire.   Image Wildfires have doubled in Alaska in recent decades, affecting indigenous communities.
Updated February 22, 2010
Photo of a stream flowing through a forest.   Image Forests play an important role in providing abundant clean water.
Updated February 22, 2010
View the 2009 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge winners.   Video Discover the 2009 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge winners.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 22, 2010
Researchers teamed up with the LAPD to model the math behind spikes in crime.   Video Researchers teamed up with the LAPD to model the math behind spikes in crime.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 20, 2010
Photo of worker termites protected by a soldier.   Image Worker termites are protected by a soldier.
Updated February 17, 2010
Photo of a termite soldier, Zootermopsis nevadensis, with its mandibles open.   Image A termite soldier, Zootermopsis nevadensis, with its mandibles open.
Updated February 17, 2010
Photo of worker termites protected by a soldier.   Image A study of termites reveals how "worker" insects may have emerged.
Updated February 17, 2010
This video explains why identical twins reaching adulthood develop physical differences.   Video This video explains why identical twins reaching adulthood develop physical differences.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 17, 2010
Cover of the Feb. 19 issue of the journal Science featuring Visualization Challenge winners.   Image The Visualization Challenge winners are featured in the Feb. 19 issue of Science.
Updated February 17, 2010
Illustration showing a solution of Sine-Gordon Equation, the Kuen's surface.   Image Mathematical theory is illustrated in this image with a rendering of Kuen's surface.
Updated February 17, 2010
Scanning electron micrograph of tiny plastic fingers around a sphere.   Image Tiny plastic fingers, each with a diameter 1/500th of a human hair, assemble around a tiny sphere.
Updated February 17, 2010
Art installation illustrating endothelial cells.   Image "Branching Morphogenesis" illustrates the forces lung cells exert as they form capillaries
Updated February 17, 2010
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