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Photo of a ceramic beaker from Botai settlement, northern Kazakhstan.   Image Ceramic beaker from Botai settlement, northern Kazakhstan.
Updated November 29, 2009
Photo of a horse head and neck sacrifice in a pit outside an ancient house in northern Kazakhstan.   Image Horse head and neck sacrifice in a pit outside an ancient house in northern Kazakhstan.
Updated November 29, 2009
Reconstruction of the tarpan, or wild European horse, Equus ferus.   Image Reconstruction of the tarpan, or wild European horse, Equus ferus.
Updated November 29, 2009
Photo of Willamette University students collecting morphological data from a Joshua tree.   Image Willamette University students collect morphological data from a Joshua tree in Tikaboo Valley.
Updated November 24, 2009
Photo of a Joshua tree dusted with snow following a spring snowstorm in Tikaboo Valley, Nevada.   Image A Joshua tree dusted with snow following a spring snowstorm in Tikaboo Valley, Nevada.
Updated November 24, 2009
Anthony Remijan discusses how the first constituents for life could be found in outer space.   Audio Anthony Remijan discusses how the first constituents for life could be found in outer space.
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated November 24, 2009
Mohamed Noor discusses Charles Darwin's idea of gemmules and the creation of new species.   Audio Mohamed Noor discusses Charles Darwin's idea of gemmules and the creation of new species.
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated November 24, 2009
Photo of an Alaskan beetle that produces a nonprotein antifreeze molecule.   Image Alaskan beetle produces a nonprotein "antifreeze" molecule.
Updated November 23, 2009
Photo of Slawek Tulaczyk installing a precision GPS sensor for monitoring a subglacial lake.   Image Slawek Tulaczyk installs precision GPS sensor for monitoring subglacial lake.
Updated November 23, 2009
Dr. Mohamed Noor discusses current evidence for evolution and modern evolution theory.   Video Dr. Mohamed Noor discusses current evidence for evolution and modern evolution theory.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 23, 2009
Evolution researchers discuss On the Origin of Species in this special report video.   Video Evolution researchers discuss "On the Origin of Species" in this special report video.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 23, 2009
Illustration of Charles Darwin with photos of stars, fossil, and dna in the background.   Image Charles Darwin's work impacted many sciences including biology, anthropology, and even astronomy.
Updated November 23, 2009
Judy Totman Parrish discusses how geographic evolution will change Earth's continents.   Video Judy Totman Parrish discusses how geographic evolution will change Earth's continents.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 20, 2009
Jim Secord discusses popular mythology surrounding natural selection.   Video Jim Secord discusses popular mythology surrounding natural selection.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 20, 2009
Illustration of Charles Darwin.   Image Charles Darwin's work impacted many sciences including biology, anthropology, and even astronomy.
Updated November 20, 2009
Photo of a polycrystalline diamond disc.   Image A polycrystalline diamond disc, made with chemical vapor deposition, is shown.
Updated November 20, 2009
Photo of Neil deGrasse Tyson examining an unpolished man-made diamond, fresh out of the grower.   Image Neil deGrasse Tyson examines an unpolished man-made diamond, fresh out of the grower.
Updated November 20, 2009
Photo of a leaf-cutter ant.   Image Underground leaf-cutter nests, some the size of small houses, may harbor ants in the millions.
Updated November 19, 2009
Cover of the Nov. 20, 2009, issue of Science magazine.   Image Researchers published their findings in the Nov. 20, 2009, issue of the journal Science.
Updated November 19, 2009
Photo of a queen leaf-cutter ant.   Image A queen leaf-cutter ant rules in the tropical "garden."
Updated November 19, 2009
Photo of leaf-cutter ants carrying bits of leaves.   Image Leaf-cutter ants in the Amazon have four times more biomass than all land animals combined.
Updated November 19, 2009
Photo of leaf-cutter ants on a leaf.   Image Leaf-cutter ants doing what they do best--with the help of bacteria.
Updated November 19, 2009
Photo of a degree adjacent to a graduation cap on a black cloth.   Image U.S. doctoral awards are the highest number ever reported by NSF's Survey of Earned Doctorates.
Updated November 19, 2009
Sequence of maize genome.   Image Sequence of maize genome.
Updated November 19, 2009
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