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girl in a classroom in Kenya   Image Mathematical/technical occupations: Less male-dominated in poorer, more gender-traditional societies
Updated March 31, 2015
hands of a girl doing math problems on slate   Image What are the attitudes of 8th-graders from around the world towards math and math-related careers?
Updated March 31, 2015
Edith Nagy in lab   Image Edith Nagy is pursuing a Ph.D. in organic chemistry at Florida Atlantic University.
Updated March 30, 2015
An aurora viewed from the International Space Station   Image An aurora viewed from the International Space Station on Aug. 29, 2014.
Updated March 30, 2015
red aurora borealis seen above a forest   Image This red aurora, which happened on Oct. 24, 2011, stretched from Chicago to Alabama.
Updated March 30, 2015
aurora borealis as seen above a snowed forest   Image Light from the aurora is emitted by atmospheric gases when they're hit by particles from space.
Updated March 30, 2015
a rocket being launched into the northern lights   Image Scientists launched a rocket-borne experiment into the northern lights to learn more about them.
Updated March 30, 2015
aurora borealis seen in Iceland   Image Iceland is a common place to see the aurora borealis.
Updated March 30, 2015
photo of the aurora in green   Image St. Patrick's Day, 2015, brought a once-a-decade display of the aurora, here in "shamrock green."
Updated March 30, 2015
the White House   Image The National Science Foundation administers PAESMEM on behalf of the White House.
Updated March 27, 2015
diagram showing a sensor cloud connecting different types of sensor networks   Image A sensor cloud connects different types of sensor networks in a large geographical area.
Updated March 27, 2015
Tri-TON, an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)   Image Tri-TON, an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) used to help trace contaminants.
Updated March 27, 2015
screenshot of a web-based system for tracking the status of critical services during a disaster.   Image A web-based system for tracking the status of critical services during a disaster.
Updated March 27, 2015
screenshot of USC's spatial crowdsourcing platform, MediaQ,   Image USC's spatial crowdsourcing platform, MediaQ, collects pictures and videos during disasters.
Updated March 27, 2015
figure showing rajectories of particles   Image Tracing the trajectories of particles (e.g. a contaminant) released under turbulent conditions.
Updated March 27, 2015
Penny Beuning   Image Penny Beuning teaches chemistry and chemical biology at Northeastern University.
Updated March 26, 2015
Science cover   Image The researchers' findings are described in the March 27 issue of Science magazine.
Updated March 26, 2015
graphic showing stars and suns   Image NSF Physics Frontiers Centers represent the leading edge of physics research.
Updated March 25, 2015
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