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A tiny, hollow iridium wire used as a reaction vessel for materials research   Image Hollow iridium wire
Updated July 6, 2005
Model illustrating a Type II topoisomerase protein encompassing a section of DNA   Image Structural model of type II topoisomerase
Updated June 29, 2005
Two laser beams cross in a glass cuvette that holds a transparent liquid   Image Liquid cell with immersed electrodes
Updated June 29, 2005
"Macrophage and Bacterium 2,000,000X"   Image "Macrophage and Bacterium 2,000,000X"
Updated June 29, 2005
Researching Human DNA   Image A scientist researching human DNA.
Updated June 29, 2005
Researcher Kristen Baker views some of her study subjects, tobacco hornworms   Image Tobacco Hornworm Research
Updated June 29, 2005
Researchers used anomalous sunflowers to see what role chance plays in evolution   Image Sunflower (Helianthus anomalus)
Updated June 29, 2005
A tobacco plant glows with the introduction of a firefly gene into its DNA   Image Tobacco plant with firefly gene
Updated June 29, 2005
Grad student using flow cytometry to characterize smooth muscle cells for tissue engineering   Image Using flow cytometry to characterize smooth muscle cells
Updated June 29, 2005
A researcher performing DNA research and protein analysis   Image Performing DNA research and protein analysis
Updated June 29, 2005
A BIOTECH Project student participant conducts DNA fingerprinting   Image BIOTECH Project-DNA fingerprinting
Updated June 29, 2005
A DNA sequencing screen with <em>Arabidopsis thaliana</em> in the foreground   Image International Genome Sequencing Project
Updated June 29, 2005
Computer visualization showing the inside the nucleus of a deuterium atom, or "heavy atom"   Image Inside the nucleus of a deuterium atom
Updated June 29, 2005
Graudate student makes phosphate glass for use with her doctoral research   Image Making phosphate glass to use with research
Updated June 29, 2005
A zebra finch   Image A zebra finch
Updated June 29, 2005
Computer chips like the one pictured here are used in research at Alabama EPSCoR   Image Alabama EPSCoR computer chips research
Updated June 29, 2005
Directing light from a laser into material   Image Directing light from laser into material
Updated June 29, 2005
Technicians study plankton and invertebrate populations in ballast water from ships   Image Chesapeake bay plankton study
Updated June 29, 2005
An American alligator at the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge in Florida   Image American alligator
Updated June 28, 2005
Tubeworms inhabiting a deep-sea hydrothermal vent along the East Pacific Rise   Image Tubeworms in Hydrothermal Vent
Updated June 28, 2005
Shell of recently devoured penguin egg, a sign of the shrinking Adelie penguin colony at Cape Royds   Image Empty penguin shell, Cape Royds
Updated June 28, 2005
Professor Löffler and postdoc fellow examine unusual, strictly anaerobic bacteria   Image Microorganisms may improve bioremediation process
Updated June 28, 2005
Light scattering from a pair of nanoparticles   Image Light scattering from a pair of nanoparticles
Updated June 28, 2005
Molecule designed by chemist William Rees as a chemical precursor for the doping process   Image Molecule designed for chemical precurser
Updated June 27, 2005
Georgia Tech's Andrew Hunt synthesizes thin films by combustion chemical vapor deposition   Image Synthesizing thin films by CCVD
Updated June 27, 2005
Loading substrate for deposition of thin-film phosphor materials   Image Loading substrate for deposition of thin-film phosphor materials
Updated June 27, 2005
Graduate student Tazrien Kamal shows Prof. Dennis Hess a treated sample in his lab   Image New integrated circuit cleaning technique
Updated June 27, 2005
A sea sponge pumps florescent-dyed water through its body   Image Sea sponge extracting florescent-dyed water
Updated June 27, 2005
Students investigate effects of energy from the sun being absorbed on Earth's various surfaces   Image Investigating effects of sun's energy
Updated June 27, 2005
Students participating in the Milwaukee Urban Systemic Initiative invent math games   Image Milwaukee Urban Systemic Initiative
Updated June 27, 2005
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