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Electron micrographs reveal the atomic structure of the carbon nanotube and its filler material.   Image Electron micrographs reveal the atomic structure of the carbon nanotube and its filler material.
Updated July 24, 2006
Coastal areas in green are currently experiencing loss of wetlands due to rising sea level.   Image Coastal areas in green are currently experiencing loss of wetlands due to rising sea level.
Updated July 21, 2006
Thick, muddy delta deposit compacts under its own weight, squeezing water out.   Image Thick, muddy delta deposit compacts under its own weight, squeezing water out.
Updated July 21, 2006
Paleontologists have uncovered the ages of a population on non-avian dinosaurs.   Image Paleontologists have uncovered the ages of a population of non-avian dinosaurs.
Updated July 18, 2006
Alt   Video Active Building Envelope System
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated July 14, 2006
Photo of HIAPER aircraft in flight   Video HIAPER, the Nation's Most Advanced Research Aircraft
Video type: RealPlayer
Updated July 12, 2006
The deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) helps spread hantavirus to humans.   Image The deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) helps spread hantavirus to humans.
Updated July 12, 2006
Whirlwind turbulence called atmospheric rotors forms on the lee side of high, steep mountains.   Image Whirlwind turbulence called atmospheric rotors forms on the lee side of high, steep mountains.
Updated July 12, 2006
Contact with rodents and their waste puts humans at risk for exposure to hantavirus.   Image Contact with rodents and their waste puts humans at risk for exposure to hantavirus.
Updated July 12, 2006
With strong magnetic fields and cold temperatures, magnetic order in barium-copper silicate emerges.   Image With strong magnetic fields and cold temperatures, magnetic order in barium-copper silicate emerges.
Updated July 11, 2006
A schematic representation of the miniaturization of the active building envelope (ABE) system.   Image A schematic representation highlights the active building envelope (ABE) system.
Updated July 11, 2006
A working prototype of the original ABE system is located on the roof of RPI's Student Union.   Image A working prototype of the original ABE system is located on the roof of RPI's Student Union.
Updated July 11, 2006
The shells of foraminifera, plankton common in the seas, may be a casualty of ocean acidification.   Image The shells of foraminifera, plankton common in the seas, may be a casualty of ocean acidification.
Updated July 11, 2006
More than half the world's 7,000 human languages are headed for oblivion.   Image More than half the world's 7,000 human languages are headed for oblivion.
Updated July 10, 2006
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