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Tiny crystals called zircons are used to date oceanic crust.   Image Tiny crystals called zircons are used to date oceanic crust.
Updated October 28, 2005
Red muscle temperature of laminid sharks is greater than that of the surrounding water.   Image Lamnid sharks maintain an elevated temperature in the red muscle near the backbone.
Updated October 27, 2005
Infrared image of bath and prey.   Image The researchers use an infrared camera to capture high-speed detailed images.
Updated October 21, 2005
Bat approaching wax moth   Image The big brown bat is poised to scoop the wax moth into its tail membrane.
Updated October 21, 2005
Bat approaching wax moth   Audio Audio Recording of a Bat Chasing a Moth
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated October 21, 2005
This slide highlights the ultra-nano-crystalline diamond (UNCD) atomic force microscope cantilever   Image This slide highlights the ultra-nano-crystalline diamond (UNCD) atomic force microscope cantilever.
Updated October 19, 2005
This slide highlights the components and features of the nanofountain probe (NFP)   Image This slide highlights the components and features of the nanofountain probe.
Updated October 19, 2005
Portable toilet.   Image In and out of a Phillips Environmental Products portable toilet.
Updated October 19, 2005
Treated peaches look healthy; untreated peaches covered in moldy residue.   Image M. albus prevents brown rot on peaches.
Updated October 19, 2005
A waterfall in the midst of dense jungle.   Image The Honduran rain forest, where M. albus was discovered.
Updated October 19, 2005
Culture of white fungus   Image A pure culture of Muscodor albus, a fungus that gives off an anti-microbial gas.
Updated October 19, 2005
Nobel Prize   Image Nobel Prizes
Updated October 17, 2005
snake attacking frog eggs   Video Snake Attack on a Red-eyed Treefrog Clutch
Video type: RealPlayer
Updated October 13, 2005
animation showing an oscillating disk of supersolid matter   Video A Possible New Form of 'Supersolid' Matter (Download)
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated October 13, 2005
segment from animation showing an oscillating disk of supersolid matter   Video A Possible New Form of "Supersolid" Matter
Video type: RealPlayer
Updated October 13, 2005
Upsilon Andromedae animation: Broadcast Quality Version   Video Upsilon Andromedae animation: Broadcast Quality Version
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated October 13, 2005
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