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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
screenshot of graphic showing server traffic   Image TCP congestion control algorithms explored as part of Advanced Topics in Computer Networks course.
Updated March 24, 2015
screenshot showing an experiment in Internet routing included in the GENI Massive Open Online Course   Image An experiment in Internet routing included in the GENI Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
Updated March 24, 2015
screenshot showing Courses on next-generation networking available on the GENI MOOC site.   Image Courses on next-generation networking available on the GENI MOOC site.
Updated March 24, 2015
Two little brown bats with white-nose syndrome.   Image Two little brown bats with white-nose syndrome.
Updated March 24, 2015
northern long-eared bat infected with white nose syndrome   Image WNS infects a northern long-eared bat. The species is being considered for protection in the U.S.
Updated March 24, 2015
Small groups of bats in 2010 at Aeolus Cave, Vermont;   Image One year later in 2010 at Aeolus Cave in Vermont, the bats have mostly vanished.
Updated March 24, 2015
Hibernating bats in the Aeolus Cave in Vermont   Image Hibernating bats at Aeolus Cave in Vermont before the die-off from White Nose Syndrome.
Updated March 24, 2015
A cluster of northern long-eared bats   Image A cluster of northern long-eared bats. This species has largely disappeared from caves and mines.
Updated March 24, 2015
group of greater mouse-eared bats hanging upside down   Image Greater mouse-eared bats, European bats that can become infected with White Nose Syndrome.
Updated March 24, 2015
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