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CRONUS uses cosmic rays from the distant heavens to reconstruct the history of the Earth.   Image CRONUS uses cosmic rays from the distant heavens to reconstruct the history of the Earth.
Updated February 6, 2006
The fiscal year 2007 budget to Congress requests $6.02 billion for NSF.   Image The fiscal year 2007 budget to Congress requests $6.02 billion for NSF.
Updated February 6, 2006
Strobel holds a plant stem as several others look on.   Video Segment from "Jewels of the Jungle" Documentary
Video type: Windows Media Player
Updated February 3, 2006
Benny Freeman stands next to the gas permeation system his team used in their research.   Image Benny Freeman stands next to the gas permeation system his team used in their research.
Updated February 2, 2006
Benny Freeman of The University of Texas at Austin holds a sample of the new membrane.   Image Benny Freeman of The University of Texas at Austin holds a sample of the new membrane.
Updated February 2, 2006
Frogs and other amphibians in Panama and elsewhere have been devastated by a waterborne fungus   Image Frogs and other amphibians in Panama and elsewhere have been devastated by a waterborne fungus
Updated February 1, 2006
National Science Foundation   Image National Science Foundation
Updated February 1, 2006
A dead golden frog decomposes on a mossy boulder in El Cope, Panama.   Image A dead golden frog decomposes on a mossy boulder in El Cope, Panama.
Updated February 1, 2006
White poison oozes from the glands of this dead toad in a stream in El Cope, Panama.   Image White poison oozes from the glands of this dead toad in a stream in El Cope, Panama.
Updated February 1, 2006
A rocket frog is dying near a stream in El Cope, Panama.   Image A rocket frog is dying near a stream in El Cope, Panama.
Updated February 1, 2006
Evidence from Campeche, Mexico, places Africans in the New World in the late 1500s.   Image Evidence from Campeche, Mexico, places Africans in the New World in the late 1500s.
Updated January 31, 2006
Scientists believe these are the oldest remains of slaves brought from Africa to the New World.   Image Scientists believe these are the oldest remains of slaves brought from Africa to the New World.
Updated January 31, 2006
Teeth recovered in a Campeche graveyard show evidence of the African practice of filing.   Image Teeth recovered in a Campeche graveyard show evidence of the African practice of filing.
Updated January 31, 2006
PIRE project scientists from the U.S. and Russia in the field at Russia's Mutnovsky Volcano   Image PIRE project scientists from the U.S. and Russia in the field at Russia's Mutnovsky Volcano
Updated January 30, 2006
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