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Alexandra Davis under water studying corals   Image Alexandra Davis studies the ecological effects of the Indo-Pacific red lionfish.
Updated February 9, 2016
Lekeah A. Durden   Image Lekeah A. Durden says she's proud to participate in initiatives that support women and minorities.
Updated February 9, 2016
Ralph Washington Jr. holding an insect sample   Image Ralph Washington Jr. has loved insects since he was 8 years old.
Updated February 9, 2016
Tova N. Williams in her lab   Image Tova N. Williams researches "green chemistry," specifically, environmentally benign hair colorants.
Updated February 9, 2016
Audra A. Huffmeyer next to elephants   Image Audra A. Huffmeyer turned a childhood fascination with wild places into a career in biology.
Updated February 9, 2016
LIGO infographic   Image NSF-funded, LIGO scientists will provide an update on their research at a press conference this week
Updated February 8, 2016
Fiscal Year 2017 Budget request poster image   Image NSF's FY17 budget request includes investments to support critical national issues.
Updated February 8, 2016
Budget rollout image   Image NSF's FY17 budget request will be presented Feb. 9.
Updated February 4, 2016
graphic showing a city skyline   Image In 2010, parent companies of U.S. multinationals performed $197 billion in the United States.
Updated February 4, 2016
Margaret Werner-Washburne   Image Margaret Werner-Washburne, University of New Mexico
Updated February 2, 2016
White ibises flock   Image White ibises congregate in flocks in urban parks, where they're inappropriately fed by people.
Updated February 2, 2016
White ibises by a lake   Image White ibises with spoonbills, wood storks and other wading birds in Florida's Fisheating Creek.
Updated February 2, 2016
White ibis  being examined   Image White ibises are abundant in Florida; the species has become synonymous with the Everglades.
Updated February 2, 2016
Researchers release a white ibis outfitted with a GPS transmitter   Image Researchers release a white ibis outfitted with a GPS transmitter as part of the NSF EEID project.
Updated February 2, 2016
Biologists secure a backpack-style harness for a GPS transmitter on a white ibis.   Image Biologists secure a backpack-style harness for a GPS transmitter on a white ibis.
Updated February 2, 2016
Scientists take blood from an ibis   Image Scientists take blood from an ibis for stress hormones, immune function, antibodies to pathogens.
Updated February 2, 2016
hills, plants and dry land in the southwestern U.S.   Image The southwestern U.S., much of which is arid, is becoming more dry as weather patterns shift.
Updated February 2, 2016
map of United States showing change in precipitation   Image Weather systems that usually bring moisture to the U.S. Southwest are forming less often.
Updated February 2, 2016
cracked soil near a river in an area affected by drought   Image The drought that crippled California is by some measures the worst in the state's history.
Updated February 2, 2016
Cracked, dry earth   Image Cracked, dry earth is common throughout the Southwest's drying waterways.
Updated February 2, 2016
Pinyon tree on a rocky mountain   Image Pinyon trees throughout the southwestern U.S. go through die-offs after droughts.
Updated February 2, 2016
Evergreen pinyon pines brown from drought (left) and without pine needles (right)   Image Evergreen pinyon pines turn brown from drought (left). A year later, pine needles are gone (right).
Updated February 2, 2016
woman looking out of the window   Image Research indicates loneliness is the perception of isolation -- even if one isn't actually isolated.
Updated February 1, 2016
John Cacioppo   Image John Cacioppo is an NSF-funded neuroscience researcher at the University of Chicago.
Updated February 1, 2016
Students working on computers   Image Students collaborate to design mobile apps at the University of Alabama's Mobile CS summer camp.
Updated January 29, 2016
groups of teachers working at a table   Image Teachers immersed in professional development in preparation for teaching computer science.
Updated January 29, 2016
High school teacher and students in computer class   Image High school students engage in collaborative learning in a Computer Science Principles course.
Updated January 29, 2016
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