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In a season 2 episode of "SciGirls" the girls investigate whether teens can multitask   Image Scenes from 'SciGirls' season 2 (Image 5)
Updated March 4, 2016
A cluster of northern long-eared bats bat (<em>Myotis septentrionalis</em>)   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 8)
Updated March 4, 2016
Tool spinning along metal edges   Video Friction-Stir Welding: Science of Innovation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 3, 2016
Young man holds reactive grip hand devices while wearing virtual reality goggles   Video Motion Controller for Virtual Reality -- Science of Innovation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 3, 2016
Jennifer Richeson   Video Black History Spotlight - Identifying Bias
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 29, 2016
map showing part of north Africa and South Europe   Video Black History Spotlight - Making Social Networks More Diverse
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 29, 2016
Speakers and audience at press conference   Video Scientists at an NSF press conference announce the first direct observation of gravitational waves
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 25, 2016
image of a girl and a graphic showing a human braid and the word think   Video What is engineering?
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 24, 2016
The Discovery Files   Audio "Viral Reveal" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated February 23, 2016
iamge pf robot laying bricks   Video Meet SAM, the bricklaying robot
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 22, 2016
Simulation in the CAVE2 system, a next-generation, large-scale, virtual environment   Image CAVE2 Virtual Environment (Image 6)
Updated February 19, 2016
Every November, male Adelie penguins come ashore and gather rocks to build their nests   Image Penguin Science.com (Image 12)
Updated February 19, 2016
two people spraying trees in a forest   Video Science Now Episode 40
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 18, 2016
Image of sample tissue in a petri dish   Video 3-D bioprinting -- Science of Innovation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 18, 2016
People folding paper   Video Origami structures -- Science of Innovation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 18, 2016
Dr. France Cordova speaking at Budget request event   Video National Science Foundation FY17 Budget Request presentation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 17, 2016
Artist's conception of terahertz wave comb developed in the lab of Caltech chemist Geoffrey Blake   Image Terahertz wave comb
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 5)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 4)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 3)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 2)
Updated February 12, 2016
A researcher tests an exoskeleton developed in the lab of Joo H. Kim at NYU Polytechnic   Image Exoskeleton (Image 1)
Updated February 12, 2016
Transformation of graphene and a metal into endohedral metallofullerenes in plasma   Image Promising nanomaterial's origin revealed
Updated February 12, 2016
DOW scientist Karen Kosiba and technician Traeger Meyer brave winds gusting more than 50 mph   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 1)
Updated February 12, 2016
Ice quickly encrusts the DOW's antenna motor in the blowing snow at Scusset Beach, Massachusetts   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 2)
Updated February 12, 2016
A weather pod deployed next to the Cape Cod Canal measures wind, temperature and humidity   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 3)
Updated February 12, 2016
Snow blows past the DOW antenna during the snowstorm   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 4)
Updated February 12, 2016
Inside the DOW mobile radar truck the quarters are cramped   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 5)
Updated February 12, 2016
DOW scientist Josh Wurman guides the DOW as it self-plows off Scusset Beach   Image Studying a snowstorm 'bomb' using the DOW (Image 6)
Updated February 12, 2016
collage of images showing people, computers, lab equipment   Video Creating knowledge to transform our future
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 10, 2016
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