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Map location of the 1993 seismic mystery event in Australia   Image Map location of the 1993 seismic mystery event in Australia.
Updated May 17, 2007
dfasd   Image One of Peidong Yang's achievements was the development of a nanowire laser.
Updated May 16, 2007
A real-time seismic monitoring instrument will track Kick'em Jenny's rumbles.   Image A real-time seismic monitoring instrument will track Kick'em Jenny's rumbles.
Updated May 10, 2007
Kick'em Jenny and her new seismic gear are located just off the coast of the island of Grenada.   Image Kick'em Jenny and her new seismic gear are located just off the coast of the island of Grenada.
Updated May 10, 2007
Over time, layers of lava from an underwater volcano can build up and emerge as an island.   Image Over time, layers of lava from an underwater volcano can build up and emerge as an island.
Updated May 10, 2007
University of Cincinnati researchers have created the longest carbon nanotubes in the world.   Image University of Cincinnati researchers have created the longest carbon nanotubes in the world.
Updated May 10, 2007
The carbon nanotubes grew atop a specially designed wafer catalyst.   Image The carbon nanotubes grew atop a specially designed wafer catalyst.
Updated May 10, 2007
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have grown the world's longest carbon nanotube arrays.   Image Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have grown the world's longest carbon nanotube arrays.
Updated May 10, 2007
Three people, with one in center holding an award   Image Peter West of NSF's Office of Legislative and Public Affairs accepts a Gold Screen Award.
Updated May 9, 2007
Chemist Peidong Yang is the 2007 winner of the National Science Foundation's Alan T. Waterman Award.   Image Chemist Peidong Yang is the 2007 winner of the National Science Foundation's Alan T. Waterman Award.
Updated May 8, 2007
Yang and his colleagues have grown arrays of zinc oxide and gallium nitride nanowires.   Image Yang and his colleagues have grown arrays of zinc oxide and gallium nitride nanowires.
Updated May 8, 2007
The IPY Web portal now offers RSS feeds for immediate download of educational material.   Image The IPY Web portal now offers RSS feeds for immediate download of educational material.
Updated May 8, 2007
Circle hooks in longline fishing may adversely affect shark and marlin populations.   Image Circle hooks in longline fishing may adversely affect shark and marlin populations.
Updated May 7, 2007
Nanowire lasers are in development in the laboratory of 2007 NSF Waterman awardee Peidong Yang.   Image Nanowire lasers are in development in the laboratory of 2007 NSF Waterman awardee Peidong Yang.
Updated May 7, 2007
Biologists have discovered that a split-second, highly orchestrated process drives photosynthesis.   Image Biologists have discovered that a split-second, highly orchestrated process drives photosynthesis.
Updated May 7, 2007
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