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Ocean drillers fall short of finding the elusive "Moho."   Image Ocean drillers fall short of finding the elusive "Moho."
Updated April 5, 2005
Scientists drilled holes in the sea floor at the Atlantic massif.   Image Scientists drilled holes in the sea floor at the Atlantic massif.
Updated April 5, 2005
Property damage from a November tornado in Ohio.   Image Property damage from a November tornado in Ohio.
Updated April 1, 2005
Funnel cloud in Clayton, N.M.   Image This funnel cloud developed in Clayton, N.M., well outside of "Tornado Alley."
Updated April 1, 2005
Harassment at school interferes with learning.   Image Harassment at school interferes with learning.
Updated March 31, 2005
Map of seal's journey   Video Animation of seal's journey
Video type: RealPlayer
Updated March 29, 2005
seal with seal cam   Video Video of Weddell seal equipped with "seal cam"
Video type: RealPlayer
Updated March 29, 2005
three-dimensional model of a thunderstorm   Image A three-dimensional model of a thunderstorm from data collected using the Internet.
Updated March 28, 2005
several views of pterosaur skulls   Image Illustration of several views of the pterosaur skull.
Updated March 25, 2005
Bar graph   Image Au youngsters fail more than half the time when tested for motor skills in a horizontal posture ...
Updated March 25, 2005
Older child carrying an infant   Image Au children in Papua New Guinea are typically carried by a parent, sibling or neighbor ...
Updated March 25, 2005
T. rex soft tissue.   Image After 70 million years, this T. rex soft tissue is still flexible and resilient.
Updated March 25, 2005
Octopus marginatus photo   Image Scientists report that certain octopus species use two of their eight arms to walk.
Updated March 24, 2005
Carolyn Ruppel (Georgia Tech) and Jerry Dickens (Rice University)   Image Carolyn Ruppel (Georgia Tech) and Jerry Dickens (Rice University)
Updated March 23, 2005
Jerry Dickens (Rice University) measures a sediment core.   Image Jerry Dickens (Rice University) measures a sediment core.
Updated March 23, 2005
Non-Mendalian Inheritance figure   Image In non-Mendelian inheritance, a parent plant yields offspring with unexpected genetic traits.
Updated March 23, 2005
Scientists are studying the interaction between global climate and human influence   Image Scientists are studying the interaction between global climate and human influence.
Updated March 17, 2005
Photo of 2 albatrosses   Image Courting Laysan albatrosses give simultaneous "moo" calls.
Updated March 17, 2005
Photo of whale.   Image WhaleNet uses humpback whales and other marine mammals to engage students in science.
Updated March 17, 2005
Small group gathered around photographic plates.   Image University of Chicago Professor Kyle Cudworth shows Hands-On Universe visitors photographic plates.
Updated March 17, 2005
Student looking through large telescope   Image A Utah high school student peers through a telescope during a Hands-On Universe research trip.
Updated March 17, 2005
Directing bacteria with electric currents   Image Live bacteria are directed down a channel and trapped by mild electric currents.
Updated March 17, 2005
Photo of albatross on the shore   Image A Black-footed albatross on Tern Island in the northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
Updated March 17, 2005
Satellite tagged harbor seal   Image A harbor seal with a satellite tag.
Updated March 17, 2005
North Atlantic Tracking Map.   Image Students participating in WhaleNet use tracking maps to follow the movements of whales.
Updated March 16, 2005
Photo of John Kappelman holding fossilized teeth   Image John Kappelman also conducts paleontological field work at a variety of locations around the world.
Updated March 16, 2005
Scientists are studing nitrogen deposition in the United States and Europe.   Image Scientists are studing nitrogen deposition in the United States and Europe.
Updated March 16, 2005
Steps in the protein production pathway   Image Steps in the protein production pathway
Updated March 16, 2005
RNA loops and knots guide genetic modifications   Image RNA loops and knots guide genetic modifications
Updated March 16, 2005
Pathways report released at upcoming meeting   Image Pathways report released at upcoming meeting
Updated March 16, 2005
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