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researchers at a table studying coffee plants   Image No coffee break for these researchers; they're hard at work studying coffee farm ecology.
Updated September 29, 2014
green coffee beans on a branch   Image Where your morning cup o'joe begins: on a coffee plant.
Updated September 29, 2014
a low-shade, high-sun coffee plantation with thinned tree canopy   Image In contrast, a low-shade, high-sun coffee plantation: The tree canopy has been thinned.
Updated September 29, 2014
Shady coffee farm   Image Shady coffee farm: Beneficial white halo fungus, green coffee scale and Azteca ants thrive there.
Updated September 29, 2014
Ivette Perfecto (far right) and other scientists at a Puerto Rican coffee farm.   Image Ivette Perfecto (far right) and other scientists study the ecosystem of a Puerto Rican coffee farm.
Updated September 29, 2014
photo of tropical forest   Image In the complex web of life on Mexican and Central American coffee farms, shade is critical.
Updated September 29, 2014
Computer rendering of a section of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, following a simulated earthquake   Image Researchers use simulations to study interdependencies between people and the built environment.
Updated September 26, 2014
Blue mussels growing on  ropes   Image Cultured blue mussels grow on a rope.
Updated September 25, 2014
A bed of blue mussels.   Image Once they are mature, wild blue mussels live in beds in the area between high and low tides.
Updated September 24, 2014
Man near salmon pens used to raise mussels   Image Salmon pens are being used to raise mussels.
Updated September 24, 2014
Blue mussel larvae settled on a rope.   Image Blue mussel larvae settled on a rope.
Updated September 24, 2014
James Hewlett holds a red-tailed hawk.   Image James Hewlett holds a red-tailed hawk.
Updated September 24, 2014
Lillian Asevedo and James Hewitt record an anchor under water   Image Lillian Asevedo and James Hewitt record an anchor as part of a research project with students.
Updated September 24, 2014
James Hewlett holds a black bear cub   Image Professor James Hewlett holds a black bear cub as part of a study at Finger Lakes Community College.
Updated September 24, 2014
An antarctic fish   Image A notothenioid fish in Antarctic ice. "Antifreeze" in its blood protects in the frigid waters
Updated September 23, 2014
image of a test board for a computer   Image A side-channel attack evaluation board (SASEBO) used for tamper resistance research.
Updated September 22, 2014
three scientists with computers and equipment in a lab   Image Scientists test and validate DC-DC converter chips in the laboratory.
Updated September 22, 2014
James F. Kurose   Image James F. Kurose.
Updated September 22, 2014
Researchers study plants in a greenhouse.   Image Landis assessed the potential environmental impacts of large-scale agriculture to produce biofuels.
Updated September 22, 2014
Researchers study plants in a greenhouse.   Image Landis examined the potential environmental benefits and drawbacks of expanding biofuel production.
Updated September 22, 2014
Researchers study plants in a greenhouse.   Image Lands damaged by industrial waste could be restored sufficiently to support bioenergy crop growth.
Updated September 22, 2014
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