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NASA Human Research Program's logo   Image NASA Human Research Program's logo
Updated September 8, 2016
Melissa blue caterpillars in Idaho feed on alfalfa while being tended by beneficial ants.   Image Melissa blue caterpillars in Idaho feed on alfalfa while being tended by beneficial ants.
Updated September 8, 2016
Kavli Prize   Image Announced in June, Kavli laureates receive their prizes during Kavli Week in September.
Updated September 6, 2016
PAEMST awards reception   Image The 213 teachers honored are from across the United States.
Updated September 6, 2016
Princeton research team   Image A Princeton University research team found students could change social norms around conflict.
Updated September 1, 2016
Betsy Levy Paluck   Image Betsy Levy Paluck is a psychology and public affairs researcher at Princeton University.
Updated September 1, 2016
student anti-conflict wristbands   Image Researchers showed students how to get out messages using posters, wristbands and other methods.
Updated September 1, 2016
Wolverine Glacier in the mountains of south-central Alaska's Kenai Peninsula   Image Wolverine Glacier, a valley glacier in the mountains of south-central Alaska's Kenai Peninsula.
Updated August 31, 2016
A digital elevation model of the 425-mile-long Koyukuk River.   Image A digital elevation model of the 425-mile-long Koyukuk River, a tributary of Alaska's Yukon River.
Updated August 30, 2016
Biologists and atmospheric scientists track migrating birds like this summer tanager.   Image Biologists and atmospheric scientists track migrating birds like this summer tanager.
Updated August 26, 2016
Prothonotary warblers may migrate over distances as great as 5,000 miles or more.   Image Prothonotary warblers may migrate over distances as great as 5,000 miles or more.
Updated August 26, 2016
Indigo buntings often migrate by night, using the stars to navigate.   Image Indigo buntings often migrate by night, using the stars to navigate.
Updated August 26, 2016
Chestnut-sided warblers migrate mostly by night. Peak fall migration is in September.   Image Chestnut-sided warblers migrate mostly by night. Peak fall migration is in September.
Updated August 26, 2016
Black-throated green warblers migrate south to Mexico, Central America, West Indies and Florida.   Image Black-throated green warblers migrate south to Mexico, Central America, West Indies and Florida.
Updated August 26, 2016
Green herons may migrate from the northern U.S. as far south as Panama and South America.   Image Green herons may migrate from the northern U.S. as far south as Panama and South America.
Updated August 26, 2016
The NSF/NCAR Gulfstream V readies for takeoff on a mission to study a tropical storm.   Image The NSF/NCAR Gulfstream V readies for takeoff on a mission to study a tropical storm.
Updated August 26, 2016
The NSF/NCAR Gulfstream V in flight.   Image The NSF/NCAR Gulfstream V in flight.
Updated August 26, 2016
The Gulfstream V in Anchorage, Alaska, during research on global carbon dioxide distribution.   Image The Gulfstream V in Anchorage, Alaska, during research on global carbon dioxide distribution.
Updated August 26, 2016
Inside the G-V: Scientist Eric Morgan with air samples taken above South America.   Image Inside the G-V: Scientist Eric Morgan with air samples taken above South America.
Updated August 26, 2016
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