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Vesicle membranes that collapse when cooled may someday deliver minute payloads of medicines.   Image Vesicle membranes that collapse when cooled may someday deliver minute payloads of medicines.
Updated March 27, 2006
Copepods like the one in this watercolor have much to tell scientists about evolution.   Image Copepods like the one in this watercolor have much to tell scientists about evolution.
Updated March 27, 2006
Viruses appear to play a role in the genetic diversity of the plankton Prochlorococcus.   Image Viruses appear to play a role in the genetic diversity of the plankton Prochlorococcus.
Updated March 23, 2006
Arctic ice sheets on Ellesmere Island, located north of Greenland, could melt faster than expected.   Image Arctic ice sheets on Ellesmere Island, located north of Greenland, could melt faster than expected.
Updated March 23, 2006
Computers say the last melting of Greenland's Ice sheet occured under conditions like today's.   Image Computers say the last melting of Greenland's Ice sheet occured under conditions like today's.
Updated March 23, 2006
Researchers completed the first all-atom simulation of satellite tobacco mosaic virus.   Image Researchers completed the first all-atom simulation of satellite tobacco mosaic virus.
Updated March 23, 2006
Scientist Erik Zinser collects Prochlorococcus plankton in the Atlantic Ocean.   Image Scientist Erik Zinser collects Prochlorococcus plankton in the Atlantic Ocean.
Updated March 23, 2006
Detectors are frozen in place nearly 1.5 miles deep in the ice.   Image Detectors are frozen in place nearly 1.5 miles deep in the ice.
Updated March 21, 2006
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