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An artist's rendition of Altair, a star that spins so quickly it stretches at its equator.   Image An artist's rendition of Altair, a star that spins so quickly it stretches at its equator.
Updated May 31, 2007
Robert Sterner has been appointed NSF division director for environmental biology.   Image Robert Sterner has been appointed NSF division director for environmental biology.
Updated May 31, 2007
Audio Only icon   Audio On May 15, 2007, NSF hosted a call-in program on the latest nanotechnology developments.
Audio type: RealPlayer
Updated May 29, 2007
Audio Only icon   Audio Senior Review Committee Recommendations for NSF's Astronomy Programs: Call-in Program
Audio type: RealPlayer
Updated May 29, 2007
Plane taking off   Image A short film describes new airport security measures at https://netfiles.uiuc.edu/ shj/www/shj.html.
Updated May 29, 2007
Audio Only icon   Audio New Approaches to Airport Security: Call-In Program
Audio type: RealPlayer
Updated May 29, 2007
Jets of hot gas and sound waves escape sun's surface through magnetic "portals".   Image Jets of hot gas and sound waves escape sun's surface through magnetic "portals".
Updated May 29, 2007
Developing T cells, or thymocytes, are engulfed within a "nurse" cell.   Image Developing T cells, or thymocytes, are engulfed within a "nurse" cell.
Updated May 25, 2007
Weddell seal equipped with camera and data recorder   Image A Weddell seal, equipped with camera and data recorder, surfaces at a breathing hole ...
Updated May 25, 2007
Fish darts past side of seal's head   Image Moments after the seal finishes blowing air, one of the fish is flushed out ...
Updated May 25, 2007
Waterman Award graphic   Video Interview with Peidong Yang, Waterman Awardee
Video type: RealPlayer
Updated May 24, 2007
Researchers have created bricks from fly ash that look and perform like normal bricks.   Image Researchers have created bricks from fly ash that look and perform like normal bricks.
Updated May 22, 2007
Henry Liu developed fly ash bricks, a potential "green" alternative to clay bricks.   Image Henry Liu developed fly ash bricks, a potential "green" alternative to clay bricks.
Updated May 22, 2007
Chip Elliot, of BBN Technologies, will be project director for the new GENI Project Office.   Image Chip Elliot, of BBN Technologies, will be project director for the new GENI Project Office.
Updated May 21, 2007
GENI is envisioned as a set of several diverse components combined with software management.   Image GENI is envisioned as a set of several diverse components combined with software management.
Updated May 21, 2007
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