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graphic showing computers   Image Advanced computing infrastructure accelerates research in science and engineering.
Updated May 3, 2016
Photo of small patches of tropical dry forest  on hills   Image Small patches of tropical dry forest are regrowing spontaneously in a former pastureland.
Updated May 2, 2016
Cattle on pasture and a forest in the background in Chiapas, Mexico.   Image Pasture with young second-growth forest in the background in Chiapas, Mexico.
Updated May 2, 2016
An 18-year-old second-growth wet tropical forest in Costa Rica that was once a pasture.   Image An 18-year-old second-growth wet tropical forest in Costa Rica that was once a pasture.
Updated May 2, 2016
Photo of rainforest at Rio Cachoiera Nature Reserve in Brazil.   Image Extensive natural regeneration of Atlantic rainforest at Rio Cachoiera Nature Reserve in Brazil.
Updated May 2, 2016
Old-growth Atlantic rainforest in background with second-growth in foreground in Bahia, Brazil.   Image Old-growth Atlantic rainforest in background with second-growth in foreground in Bahia, Brazil.
Updated May 2, 2016
NSB logo   Image NSB produces the Science and Engineering Indicators report.
Updated April 28, 2016
graphic showing the number of patents and startups between 2001 and 2013   Image Academic patents and startup activity.
Updated April 28, 2016
A woman research assistant interviews a quake survivor in Mustang District.   Image A local research assistant interviews a quake survivor in Mustang District.
Updated April 27, 2016
Photo showing two researchers interviewing locals in the mountains   Image A trained field research assistant from Nepal conducts an interview in Gorkha District.
Updated April 27, 2016
Three researchers share a meal in an Antarctic tent   Image Virginia Tech researchers and a graduate student share a meal in Antarctica.
Updated April 27, 2016
The Aedes aegypti mosquito carried the Zika virus from Africa to the Americas.   Image The Aedes aegypti mosquito carried the Zika virus from Africa to the Americas.
Updated April 27, 2016
Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the Zika virus.   Image Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the Zika virus.
Updated April 27, 2016
world mpa wiith Countries and territories with active Zika virus transmission, as of April 18, 2016.   Image Countries and territories with active Zika virus transmission, as of April 18, 2016.
Updated April 27, 2016
 microbes forming a mat at Octopus Geyser in Yellowstone.   Image Heat-loving microbes form extensive mats at Octopus Geyser in Yellowstone.
Updated April 26, 2016
vegetation under water   Image The oceans' surface waters harbor vast numbers of life-sustaining microbes.
Updated April 26, 2016
microbes in a substance in a petri dish   Image Soil is one of Earth's largest reservoirs of microbial diversity.
Updated April 26, 2016
man and woman with hiking gear in a forest   Image Data collected by field biologists were used to understand patterns of microbial biodiversity.
Updated April 26, 2016
microscopic view of bacteria   Image Bacteria, like these from a freshwater lake, are the most abundant organisms on the planet.
Updated April 26, 2016
Matthew Siegfried   Image Matthew Siegfried of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Updated April 26, 2016
Alexander Michaud and Trista Vick-Majors   Image Alexander Michaud (left) and Trista Vick-Majors of Montana State University.
Updated April 26, 2016
Tim Hodson   Image Tim Hodson (foreground) of Northern Illinois University.
Updated April 26, 2016
An artist's conception of the Antarctic subglacial environment.   Image An artist's conception of the Antarctic subglacial environment.
Updated April 26, 2016
woman holding a baby touching a screen   Image Elizabeth Brannon uses "looking time" to help determine what infants understand about numbers.
Updated April 26, 2016
A monkey using a computer   Image A monkey makes a numerical choice in an experiment testing approximate number system skills.
Updated April 26, 2016
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