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Emergency response personnel from the Topeka, Kan., fire department test FAST-ACT   Image Emergency response personnel from the Topeka, Kansas, fire department test FAST-ACT.
Updated April 28, 2005
Screen capture from video showing surgeon and robot in an operating room   Video Video Demonstration of Penelope's skill
Video type: RealPlayer
Updated April 28, 2005
FAST-ACT developer Ken Klabunde holds a canister of the powder he developed.   Image FAST-ACT developer Ken Klabunde holds canister of the powder he developed.
Updated April 28, 2005
Artist's interpretation of FAST-ACT absorbing and destroying toxins   Image Artist's interpretation of FAST-ACT absorbing and destroying toxins
Updated April 28, 2005
Alan T. Waterman Award   Image Alan T. Waterman Award
Updated April 27, 2005
Overview of Porcupine Basin west of Ireland   Image Overview of Porcupine Basin west of Ireland
Updated April 27, 2005
Scientists study Lake Tahoe geology   Image Scientists study Lake Tahoe geology
Updated April 27, 2005
Scientists study Lake Tahoe geology.   Image Scientists study Lake Tahoe geology.
Updated April 27, 2005
Scientists drill into ocean crust from aboard the vessel JOIDES Resolution   Image Scientists drill into ocean crust from aboard the vessel JOIDES Resolution
Updated April 27, 2005
Wood frog   Image Studying freeze-tolerant animals like this wood frog may aid organ transplant technology.
Updated April 26, 2005
Illustration shows circular mechanical valve inside heart.   Image This illustration shows how a mechanical heart valve can replace a diseased one.
Updated April 26, 2005
Photo of mechanical heart valve, with curdled milk clumps on corners.   Image In safety tests, curdled milk collected in similar locations on the same type of valve.
Updated April 26, 2005
Photo shows lumpy blood clots in corners of valve.   Image Blood clots formed around the joints of this mechanical heart valve.
Updated April 26, 2005
Photo shows plastic device that mimics human aortic and mitral valves.   Image Aimee Martin's artificial heart chamber is designed to test replacement valves.
Updated April 26, 2005
Hong Liu (left) and Bruce Logan examine the microbial reactor system   Image Hong Liu (left) and Bruce Logan examine the microbial reactor system.
Updated April 25, 2005
External information gets transmitted from outside cells to the control centers inside.   Image External information gets transmitted from outside cells to the control centers inside.
Updated April 21, 2005
Interface for the iSEM demonstration version   Image Interface for the iSEM demonstration version.
Updated April 21, 2005
Students in Steubenville, Ohio, explore iSEM   Image Students in Steubenville, Ohio, explore iSEM.
Updated April 21, 2005
Rice blast on rice   Image Lesions caused by the rice blast fungus on rice plant leaves.
Updated April 21, 2005
Rice plant   Image Researchers have more information to aid rice production.
Updated April 21, 2005
Organisms were found in a sandstone-like rock in Yellowstone.   Image Organisms were found in a sandstone-like rock in Yellowstone.
Updated April 20, 2005
Norris Geyser Basin.   Image Norris Geyser Basin.
Updated April 20, 2005
Researchers Jeffrey Walker and Norman Pace in Yellowstone's Norris Geyser Basin.   Image Researchers Jeffrey Walker and Norman Pace in Yellowstone's Norris Geyser Basin.
Updated April 20, 2005
Trans-Himalayan rivers cut through the surrounding mountain landscape.   Image Trans-Himalayan rivers cut through the surrounding mountain landscape.
Updated April 19, 2005
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