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Woman using brain-machine interface, a suite of microelectronics and a lower limb exoskeleton   Image Futuristic brain-computer interface
Updated September 30, 2014
Mountain streams are vulnerable to accelerated chemical weathering   Image Increased river alkalinization in the Eastern US
Updated September 30, 2014
An oligodendrocyte (green), a type of glial cell   Image Glia: The other brain cells (Image 4)
Updated September 30, 2014
Astrocytes, a type of glial cell, from a rat brain   Image Glia: The other brain cells (Image 3)
Updated September 30, 2014
Star-shaped glia cells, called astrocytes (red), are the most abundant cell in the human brain   Image Glia: The other brain cells (Image 2)
Updated September 30, 2014
Glia cells in a mouse brain   Image Glia: The other brain cells (Image 1)
Updated September 30, 2014
This graphical representation shows the layers of a new, 2-D light-emitting diode (LED)   Image Thinnest possible LEDs built stronger, more energy efficient
Updated September 30, 2014
An optical microscope image of liquid droplet residue from water-based chemicals   Image "Blue Sun Flower," by Devin Brown
Updated September 30, 2014
A Coquerel's sifaka, a type of lemur, at the Duke University Lemur Center   Image Lemur pairs mirror each other's scent-marking behavior (Image 1)
Updated September 30, 2014
Three Coquerel's sifakas, a type of lemur, share a tree at the Duke University Lemur Center   Image Lemur pairs mirror each other's scent-marking behavior (Image 2)
Updated September 30, 2014
This prototype wearable device of an electronic skin patch can deliver release drugs into skin   Image Electronic skin patch with sensor device (Image 2)
Updated September 30, 2014
A prototype wearable device of an electronic skin patch is as thin as a temporary tattoo   Image Electronic skin patch with sensor device (Image 1)
Updated September 30, 2014
<em>Limacina inflata</em> has short, wing-like extensions that it flaps to keep from sinking   Image Pteropod (Image 4)
Updated September 30, 2014
A half-inch-long <em>Cavolinia uncinata</em> swims by flapping two wing-like extensions   Image Pteropod (Image 3)
Updated September 30, 2014
Two shell-less pteropods of the species <em>Clione limacina</em> mate in a glass dish   Image Pteropod (Image 2)
Updated September 30, 2014
A floating pteropod captured from the northeastern Pacific Ocean   Image Pteropod (Image 1)
Updated September 30, 2014
The palatable sponge <em>Chondrilla caribensis</em> smothers a living coral head on a reef   Image Loss of predator fish affects sponge communities in Caribbean (Image 6)
Updated September 30, 2014
More than five different species of sponges cover a coral head on a reef in the Bahamas   Image Loss of predator fish affects sponge communities in Caribbean (Image 5)
Updated September 30, 2014
A close-up of <em>Aplysina cauliformis</em> (violet) on an <em>Agelas clathrodes</em> (orange)   Image Loss of predator fish affects sponge communities in Caribbean (Image 4)
Updated September 30, 2014
Large, chemically defended sponges on a reef with abundant sponge-eating fish in the Bahamas   Image Loss of predator fish affects sponge communities in Caribbean (Image 3)
Updated September 30, 2014
A yellow burrowing sponge attacks a plate-forming stony coral   Image Loss of predator fish affects sponge communities in Caribbean (Image 2)
Updated September 30, 2014
Brilliantly colored <em>Ailochroia crassa</em> (purple) and <em>Agelas sp.</em> sponges   Image Loss of predator fish affects sponge communities in Caribbean (Image 1)
Updated September 30, 2014
The Medano Fire in Sand Dunes National Park near Alamosa, Colo   Image Medano Fire in Sand Dunes National Park (Image 2)
Updated September 26, 2014
The JILA MONSTR (Multidimensional Optical Nonlinear SpecTrometer)   Image The JILA MONSTR
Updated September 26, 2014
view of Earth's electrical storms from space   Video Earth's Global Electric Circuit
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 25, 2014
Large and small cacti   Video Cactus "flesh" cleans up toxic water -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 25, 2014
 Gregory Button   Video ScienceLives interview with Gregory Button
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 24, 2014
 Laura McGinnis   Video ScienceLives Interview with Laura McGinnis
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 24, 2014
P.R. Kumar   Video ScienceLives interview with P.R. Kumar
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 24, 2014
GENI--a high-speed, open, next-generation network testbed for exploring future internets nationally   Image GENI Network
Updated September 19, 2014
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