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expeditions   Image The global water monitoring system detected expansion of lakes in Tibet due to melting glaciers.
Updated August 16, 2016
expeditions   Image A global water monitoring system detected meandering of the Ucayali River in South America.
Updated August 16, 2016
expeditions   Image The project develops computational and data science methods for understanding global climate change.
Updated August 16, 2016
Toroids   Image New approaches can reshape decades-old industries and conventions.
Updated August 12, 2016
Electronic chip   Image NSF-funded research is expected to disrupt the design of electronic, photonic and acoustic devices.
Updated August 11, 2016
circuit board   Image Both reciprocity and time reversal symmetry limit the ways in which light and sound waves function.
Updated August 11, 2016
Atomic systems   Image Recent advances in materials research and engineering open up new possibilities.
Updated August 11, 2016
Diagram   Image Reciprocity and time-reversal symmetry are closely related principles.
Updated August 11, 2016
Automata Tutor   Image Automata Tutor, developed with NSF support, grades answers to a programming problem.
Updated August 9, 2016
ExCAPE project   Image The ExCAPE project involves collaboration across a broad range of disciplines and themes.
Updated August 9, 2016
Expedition in Computing   Image Diagram of the Expedition in Computing Augmented Program Engineering's approach to software design.
Updated August 9, 2016
Researcher Stephen Foulger works at the Advanced Materials Research Lab in Anderson, South Carolina.   Image Researcher Stephen Foulger works at the Advanced Materials Research Lab in Anderson, South Carolina.
Updated August 9, 2016
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