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Fruit flies stop when the wind blows.   Video When the wind blows, fruit flies stop. This defensive response got Caltech researchers thinking.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 25, 2009
Cover of March 20, 2009, Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings were published in the March 20, 2009, issue of Science.
Updated March 24, 2009
Photo of smiling man and woman holding drinks.   Image Researchers used speed dating to test if a stranger's experience could improve decision-making.
Updated March 24, 2009
Harnessing the Power of Digital Data for Science and Society report cover   Image Report of the Interagency Working Group on Digital Data
Updated March 24, 2009
Photo of ancient stone tools used to grind and mill maize and squash.   Image Ancient stone tools used to grind and mill maize and squash were found in the Xihuatoxtla Shelter.
Updated March 23, 2009
Students measure evaporation rates in Patagonia, Arizona.   Image Students measure evaporation rates in Patagonia, Arizona.
Updated March 23, 2009
This artist's rendering of the largest snake on record shows its size; it lived in or near water.   Image This artist's rendering of the largest snake on record shows its size; it lived in or near water.
Updated March 19, 2009
Photo of Michael Loranty connecting more wiring for the solar panels used to power the site.   Image Michael Loranty connects more wiring for the solar panels used to power the site.
Updated March 18, 2009
Photo of the forest canopy at the aspen site.   Image The forest canopy at the aspen site.
Updated March 18, 2009
Photo of Michael Loranty wiring one of many sap flow sensors in the aspen stand.   Image Michael Loranty wires one of many sap flow sensors in the aspen stand.
Updated March 18, 2009
Nalini Nadkarni describes why it is important for scientists to reach out to non-scientists.   Video Nalini Nadkarni describes why it is important for scientists to reach out to non-scientists.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 18, 2009
Photo of ANDRILL drillers and sediment core.   Image ANDRILL drillers and sediment core.
Updated March 18, 2009
Photo of the ANDRILL drill site.   Image The ANDRILL drill site.
Updated March 18, 2009
Photo of a sediment core.   Image An ANDRILL sediment core.
Updated March 18, 2009
Photo of Mt. Rushmore.   Image Mt. Rushmore granite crystallized from magma that formed 1.7 billion years ago.
Updated March 18, 2009
Photo of Caltech Valentine Professor of Physics H. Jeff Kimble.   Image Caltech Valentine Professor of Physics H. Jeff Kimble.
Updated March 18, 2009
Illustration showing entanglement to and from distinct quantum memories.   Image Caltech researchers are the first to 'map' entanglement to and from distinct quantum memories.
Updated March 18, 2009
Nalini Nadkarni describes her successful outreach project and the rewards of outreach.   Video Nalini Nadkarni describes her successful outreach project and the rewards of outreach.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 17, 2009
Nalini Nadkarni talks about conquering time constraints and scientists' fear of outreach.   Video Nalini Nadkarni talks about conquering time constraints and scientists' fear of outreach.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 17, 2009
Nalini Nadkarni describes a myth-busting study about attitudes toward outreach by scientists.   Video Nalini Nadkarni describes a myth-busting study about attitudes toward outreach by scientists.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 17, 2009
Photo of book by NSF-researcher Nalini Nadkarni on trees for general audiences.   Image Critically acclaimed book on trees for nonscientists by NSF-funded researcher Nalini Nadkarni.
Updated March 17, 2009
Scene from a rap video about climate change.   Image Penguins and chorus from "Take Aim at Climate Change," a rap video about climate change
Updated March 17, 2009
Photo of Randy Davis discussing his research on Weddell seals.   Image Randy Davis of the University of Texas discusses his research on Weddell seals at Polar Paloooza.
Updated March 17, 2009
Photo of researchers in lab with a vial containing fruit flies.   Image Biologist David Anderson and graduate student Suzuko Yorozu examine a vial containing fruit flies.
Updated March 17, 2009
Caltech biologist David Anderson suggests what can be learned from a fruit fly.   Video A model system: Caltech biologist David Anderson suggests what can be learned from a fruit fly.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 17, 2009
Cal Tech biologist David Anderson describes his interest in the neural circuits of fruit flies.   Video Caltech biologist David Anderson describes his interest in the neural circuits of fruit flies.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 17, 2009
David Anderson tells how his team identified activated neurons in the brains of fruit flies.   Video David Anderson tells how his team identified activated neurons in the brains of fruit flies.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 17, 2009
Photo of autosub being launched from the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer.   Image Autosub being launched from the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer.
Updated March 17, 2009
Photo of the Maryland Science Center at Baltimore's Inner Harbor.   Image The Maryland Science Center at Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Updated March 16, 2009
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