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Graduate student Siddharth Advani displays the Third Eye-IV vision system   Image Third Eye-VI system helps users 'see' (Image 1)
Updated July 31, 2015
Researchers at The Ohio State University have discovered how to control heat with a magnetic field   Image Phonon heating solid material (Image 1)
Updated July 31, 2015
The Discovery Files   Audio "'Pop' Culture" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated July 31, 2015
illustration showing a jail cell   Video How reliable is eyewitness testimony?
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 30, 2015
Mountain lion in the wild   Video Bio-logging collar reveals unprecedented detail about California mountain lions -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 30, 2015
Researchers are studying factors that put children at risk when crossing the street   Image Studying factors that put kids at risk when biking or walking (Image 4)
Updated July 27, 2015
Researchers are studying factors that put children at risk when crossing the street   Image Studying factors that put kids at risk when biking or walking (Image 3)
Updated July 27, 2015
Researchers are studying factors that put children at risk when crossing the street   Image Studying factors that put kids at risk when biking or walking (Image 2)
Updated July 27, 2015
Researchers are studying factors that put children at risk when crossing the street   Image Studying factors that put kids at risk when biking or walking (Image 1)
Updated July 27, 2015
The Cabled Array includes major infrastructure   Image Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) Cabled Array infrastructure (Image 2)
Updated July 27, 2015
The Cabled Array infrastructure is the most advanced submarine volcanic observatory in the oceans   Image Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) Cabled Array infrastructure (Image 1)
Updated July 27, 2015
Clumps of bacteria and iron plaque forming on the roots of a rice plant   Image Microbe mobilizes arsenic shield for rice
Updated July 27, 2015
Unagax dancers at ANSEP's annual celebration honoring donors and supporters   Image Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (Image 6)
Updated July 27, 2015
Students in ANSEP's Middle School Academy with parts of a balsa wood bridge they built   Image Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (Image 5)
Updated July 27, 2015
Students in ANSEP's Acceleration Academy perform an earthquake durability test   Image Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (Image 4)
Updated July 27, 2015
A participant in ANSEP's University Success component researches fur seals   Image Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (Image 3)
Updated July 27, 2015
Participants in ANSEP's Middle School Academy build computers   Image Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (Image 2)
Updated July 27, 2015
ANSEP Summer Bridge component participant at BP Exploration Alaska   Image Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (Image 1)
Updated July 27, 2015
Simulation shows a storm that has spawned a tornado   Image Streamwise vorticity in a supercell thunderstorm
Updated July 27, 2015
Close-up of molybdenum disulph after it was placed in a diamond anvil cell with electrical currents   Image Going nano: big innovations at small scales
Updated July 27, 2015
Visualizations of data from a simulation of plasma turbulence in the Earth's ionosphere   Image Gaining insight into plasma dynamics with TACC's Stampede supercomputer
Updated July 27, 2015
Ants   Video Exclusive! Big Bite taken out of Big Apple
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 27, 2015
A vibrant view of the Verde Island Passage, a treasure trove of marine life   Image Scientists discover more than 100 new marine species (Image 5)
Updated July 24, 2015
Blue Philippine "sea squirts" from the genus <em>Rhopalaea</em>   Image Scientists discover more than 100 new marine species (Image 4)
Updated July 24, 2015
A newly-discovered nudibranch species from the genus <em>Halgerda</em>   Image Scientists discover more than 100 new marine species (Image 3)
Updated July 24, 2015
This newly discovered species of heart urchin is a living fossil, scientists say   Image Scientists discover more than 100 new marine species (Image 2)
Updated July 24, 2015
A live, speckled <em>Chelidonura alexisi</em> nudibranch from the Philippines   Image Scientists discover more than 100 new marine species (Image 1)
Updated July 24, 2015
"Beautiful chemistry," by Yan Liang, Xiangang Tao and Wei Huang, University of S&T, China   Image "Beautiful chemistry"
Updated July 24, 2015
"How origami is inspiring scientific creativity,"   Image "How origami is inspiring scientific creativity"
Updated July 24, 2015
Demonstrating the "Wizard of Oz" experiment to test verbal feedback   Image Third Eye-VI system helps users 'see' (Image 4)
Updated July 24, 2015
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