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graphics of domestic extramural R&D by selected industry: 1991 and 2011   Image In 2011, U.S.-located companies spent $25.3B for extramural R&D performed by domestic organizations.
Updated July 22, 2014
Coconut (whole) and cross-section   Image Researchers are creating a new material from coconut fibers.
Updated July 22, 2014
discarded coconut husks   Image About 50 billion coconuts fall from trees annually; the husks and shells are typically discarded.
Updated July 22, 2014
Ford Focus Electric Loadfloor with coconut fiber composite   Image This Ford Focus Electric Loadfloor was made with coconut fiber composite.
Updated July 22, 2014
man with unmanned aerial vehicle   Image Unmanned aerial vehicles capable of providing wireless communications to storm-ravaged areas.
Updated July 21, 2014
Dogs   Video Cyber-equipped dogs lead the way in search-and-rescue
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 21, 2014
Cora Marrett   Image Dr. Cora B. Marrett.
Updated July 18, 2014
Micro-LAM system in action   Image The Micro-LAM system cuts silicon and facilitates other cutting, dicing and scoring operations.
Updated July 16, 2014
first micro lam industrial prototype machining silicon   Image The first prototype is shown machining silicon.
Updated July 16, 2014
Micro-LAM system   Image The Micro-LAM system can be mounted directly onto a lathe or diamond turning machine.
Updated July 16, 2014
John Patten and Deepak Ravindra   Image John Patten and Deepak Ravindra completed beta test sessions to learn how their product worked.
Updated July 16, 2014
A thermokarst lake   Image A thermokarst lake, which occurs as permafrost thaws and creates surface depressions.
Updated July 16, 2014
physics professor drawing a diagram   Image Eric Mazur presents an interactive demonstration during a Peer Instruction class.
Updated July 16, 2014
physics professor with undergraduates   Image Eric Mazur listens in on a student discussion during a Peer Instruction class.
Updated July 16, 2014
An Adelie penguin is poised to jump into the water.   Image An Adelie penguin is poised to jump into the water.
Updated July 16, 2014
illustration showing the use of customized computing  in search of cancer treatment   Image Customized computing in search of precision medicine for cancer treatment.
Updated July 16, 2014
illustration showing accelerator-rich computer architecture   Image Accelerator-rich architecture with composable and reconfigurable accelerators.
Updated July 16, 2014
diagram showing how real-time adaptive low-dose CT-scan enabled by customized computing works   Image Real-time adaptive low-dose CT-scan enabled by customized computing.
Updated July 16, 2014
Scientist Lynda Williams at the computer in a lab   Image Scientist Lynda Williams imaging clay interactions with bacteria under a microscope.
Updated July 16, 2014
Biogeochemist Keith Morrison sampling an outcrop of blue clay in the Oregon deposit.   Image Biogeochemist Keith Morrison sampling an outcrop of blue clay in the Oregon deposit.
Updated July 16, 2014
Nodule of Oregon blue clay, coated with red clay and sulfur crystals encased in white clay.   Image Nodule of Oregon blue clay, coated with red clay and sulfur crystals encased in white clay.
Updated July 16, 2014
Blue and white clay zones in an Oregon deposit, separated by a vein of rock containing sulfur.   Image Blue and white clay zones in the Oregon deposit, separated by a vein of rock containing sulfur.
Updated July 16, 2014
Open pit near Crater Lake, Oregon, showing blue clay sampled by scientist Keith Morrison.   Image Open pit #10 near Crater Lake, Oregon, showing blue clay sampled by scientist Keith Morrison.
Updated July 16, 2014
French green clays in pots, bottles and soap on a counter   Image Are the best medicines hidden in the Earth? French green clays are used for healing Buruli ulcers.
Updated July 16, 2014
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