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car on the street   Video The Hank Virtual Environments Lab studies how people interact with traffic
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 26, 2015
Illustration of printed ink nanostructures   Image Once lasers release "ink" nanostructures from the stamp, they form nanocircuits with the substrate.
Updated June 26, 2015
Rep. Chaka Fattah learns about aqauaponics and engaging kids in STEM from members of Tulsa Champ.   Image Members of Tulsa Champ talk to Rep. Chaka Fattah about aqauaponics and engaging kids in STEM.
Updated June 26, 2015
NSF's Susan Singer (far left) with the first place Red Fox Team from Red Rocks Community College.   Image NSF's Susan Singer (far left) with the first place Red Fox Team from Red Rocks Community College.
Updated June 26, 2015
Adult on a stationary bike in a virtual envrionment   Image Adults are able to take visual information and fine-tune their physical responses to it.
Updated June 25, 2015
Girl texting while walking in a virtual environment   Image With Transportation Department support, the researchers are now looking at texting while walking.
Updated June 25, 2015
Kid on a stationary bike in the Hank Virtual Environments Lab   Image University of Iowa put kids on a virtual street to safely study factors that put them at risk.
Updated June 25, 2015
Child on bike at crossorad looking at car   Image Children ages 10-12 are close to adults in the size of traffic gaps they choose for crossing.
Updated June 25, 2015
Laurence T. Maloney   Image Laurence T. Maloney focuses on applications of mathematical models to understanding human behavior.
Updated June 25, 2015
Two images of a woman wearing   Image Shown here are people's different perceptions of the colors in "the dress."
Updated June 25, 2015
Illustration of Laser micro-transfer printing   Image A laser detaches delicate nanostructures from a stamp in a new way to create nanocircuits.
Updated June 25, 2015
U.S. Rep. Mullen (Okla.) talks with Food in Urban Environments team members   Image U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullen (Okla.) with "Food in Urban Environments," one of two Tulsa CC projects.
Updated June 25, 2015
U.S. Rep. Price with AACC President Walter Bumphus   Image U.S. Rep. David Price hosted the CCIC Capitol Hill reception and AACC President Walter Bumphus.
Updated June 25, 2015
U.S. Rep. Lummis (far left) discusses solar energy with students from Snow College in Utah.   Image U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis (far left) discusses solar energy with students from Snow College in Utah.
Updated June 25, 2015
Ivy Tech's Betadataquantata placed second in the CCIC and is pictured here with NSF's Susan Singer.   Image Ivy Tech's Betadataquantata placed second in the CCIC and is pictured here with NSF's Susan Singer.
Updated June 25, 2015
illustration showing hands at a computer   Image The Smart and Connected Health Program supports innovative new approaches to health and healthcare.
Updated June 24, 2015
collage of images showing students, solar panels, a lab   Image NSF's Community College Innovation Challenge (CCIC) engaged students in a variety of disciplines.
Updated June 23, 2015
Amanda Greenwell   Image Greenwell begins her NSF position in July.
Updated June 22, 2015
Andrea Alu   Video 2015 Alan T. Waterman Awardee Dr. Andrea Alù
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 22, 2015
graphic showing an example of a redesigned alert prototype for drug-drug interaction.   Image An example of a redesigned alert prototype for drug-drug interaction.
Updated June 22, 2015
Fibers with whispering gallery modes inside.   Image This fiber-making process is a lot like making cotton candy, except electric fields are involved.
Updated June 19, 2015
schematic of a virus   Image Enzymes are fragile and don't last long at room temperature. Viruses have more staying power.
Updated June 19, 2015
Cross section view of a whispering gallery mode   Image Whispering galleries have been around for a while. The modern-day twist is in the materials.
Updated June 19, 2015
Cross section view of a whispering gallery mode   Image Detecting trace amounts of contaminants or medical biomarkers sooner could safeguard against harm.
Updated June 19, 2015
graphic showing red blood cells movement   Video Photoacoustic imaging of single flowing red blood cells
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 19, 2015
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