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man working on a computer   Image Full-time graduate enrollment in science and engineering programs rose by 2.4 percent in 2013.
Updated April 15, 2015
stuffed animals sitting on leaves next to a monitor   Image In HungerGames, students learn about animal foraging behaviors using stuffed animals with RFID tags.
Updated April 15, 2015
student working on a tablet in a classroom   Image Tablets on the classroom walls serve as viewports into an imaginary space filled with virtual fauna.
Updated April 15, 2015
student looking at a graphic in a classroom   Image With RoomQuake, the classroom itself becomes an active seismic area.
Updated April 15, 2015
student pointing at a planet on a projected display   Image HelioRoom simulates the orbital motion of the planets on the walls of the classroom.
Updated April 15, 2015
hand holding a sample of water with algae for testing in a lab   Image From Sheridan Community College, Wyo.: Engineering Algae to Improve Biofuel.
Updated April 15, 2015
leaves   Image From Tulsa Community College, Okla.: College-high school Aquaponic Mentoring Partnership.
Updated April 15, 2015
A Mobile Medical Disaster Relief Dispensation Unit.   Image From Red Rocks Community College, Colo.: Mobile Medical Disaster Relief Dispensation Unit.
Updated April 15, 2015
Infographic LSST by the numbers, 30 terabytes, 3 mirror construction, 3 billion pixel digital camera   Image LSST will provide an unprecedented amount of information while transforming data-enabled science.
Updated April 14, 2015
Collage of images showing algae in alakes and researcher   Image View a photo gallery of algae blooms in lakes.
Updated April 14, 2015
A toxic algae bloom covering North Carolina's Cape Fear River.   Image A toxic algae bloom, one of many around the world, covers North Carolina's Cape Fear River.
Updated April 14, 2015
A rendering of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, a wide-field survey telescope.   Image A rendering of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, a wide-field survey telescope.
Updated April 13, 2015
A photograph and a rendering mix, showing a view of the LSST's exterior building.   Image A photograph and a rendering mix, showing a view of the LSST's exterior building.
Updated April 13, 2015
Andrea Alu speaking on a podium   Image Alù is an innovator in metamaterials and plasmonics.
Updated April 13, 2015
Alù speaking in front of people   Image Alù speaking at The University of Texas at Austin in 2014.
Updated April 13, 2015
Andrea Alu   Image Andrea Alù is an engineering professor at The University of Texas at Austin.
Updated April 13, 2015
Timothy Verstynen in graveyard holding a plastic skull and brain.   Image Timothy Verstynen, a pioneering researcher stokes public interest in cognitive neuroscience.
Updated April 10, 2015
cyberlearning   Image The Kibo robot kit from KinderLab Robotics.
Updated April 9, 2015
a child with KIWI robots   Video The Confused Robot
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 9, 2015
children with robots   Video Everybody Dance Now
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 9, 2015
two girls with crayons, a robot and cubes   Image Kibo allows young tinkerers to build and program a robot using blocks and modular components.
Updated April 9, 2015
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