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Speaker and four panelists with slide, EPSCoR Innovations: Generating a Strong Economy   Video EPSCoR Innovations: Generating a Strong Economy
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 13, 2014
The Discovery Files   Audio "Face The Truth" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated May 12, 2014
Exoplanetary system with a gas-giant planet orbiting close to its parent star   Image Exoplanet system with gas-giant planet
Updated May 9, 2014
Simon the robot was developed by Georgia Tech researcher Andrea Thomaz   Image National Robotics Initiative research (Image 3)
Updated May 9, 2014
Feng Zhang with a fellow colleague   Video NSF's 2014 Alan T. Waterman Awardee Feng Zhang discusses his research on the brain
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 9, 2014
2014 Waterman Awardee Feng Zhang   Video 2014 Waterman Awardee Feng Zhang discusses his involvement with the President's Brain Initiative
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 9, 2014
The Discovery Files   Audio "Thinking Cap" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated May 7, 2014
The Discovery Files   Audio "Grain Strain" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated May 5, 2014
two young men using wires at the USA Science and Engineering festival   Video Spend a day in a spider's shoes at the USA Science and Engineering Festival
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 5, 2014
A pipe and towels used for a scientific experiment   Video Engineering to solve real-world problems at the USA Science and Engineering Festival
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 5, 2014
Elevated, mushroom-looking footprints after a snowstorm in Antarctica   Image Footprints at the South Pole
Updated May 2, 2014
A monarch butterfly gathers nectar   Image Monarch butterfly gathering nectar
Updated May 2, 2014
Close up of smiling baby face looking at the camera   Video Baby smiles provide clues to healthy development -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 2, 2014
Test subject being monitored while sleeping   Video Connection between memory and sleep -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 2, 2014
Dogwhelk snails (<em>N. lapillus</em>) feeding on barnacles (<em>S. balanoides</em>)   Image Dogwhelk shell size sees dramatic increase in less than a century
Updated April 29, 2014
The world's smallest incandescent lamp seen at progressively increasing magnification   Image World's smallest incandescent lamp (Image 2)
Updated April 29, 2014
World's smallest incandescent lamp created using a filament made from a single carbon nanotube   Image World's smallest incandescent lamp (Image 1)
Updated April 29, 2014
Jason Heikenfeld, assistant professor of electrical engineering the University of Cincinnati   Image Development of Electrofluidic Display Technology (Image 2)
Updated April 29, 2014
Pixel structure in Electrofluidic Display Technology (EFD)   Image Development of Electrofluidic Display Technology (Image 1)
Updated April 29, 2014
Hypothetical model of ABA stress hormone produced naturally by plants   Image Synthetic chemical offers solution for crops facing drought (Image 2)
Updated April 29, 2014
Sean Cutler, assistant professor of plant cell biology in the Department of Botany and Plant Science   Image Synthetic chemical offers solution for crops facing drought (Image 1)
Updated April 29, 2014
William Bialek   Video How does our brain use coding to interpret the world?
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 29, 2014
William Bialek   Video A thought requires roughly a million different brain neurons
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 29, 2014
William Bialek   Video Observing multiple neurons simultaneously
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 29, 2014
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of an ash particle   Image SEM of volcanic ash from Redoubt Volcano, Alaska (Image 1)
Updated April 28, 2014
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of an ash particle   Image SEM of volcanic ash from Redoubt Volcano, Alaska (Image 2)
Updated April 28, 2014
Images of the world's smallest incandescent lamp at progressively increasing magnification   Image World's smallest incandescent lamp (Image 2)
Updated April 28, 2014
Two techniques used to "see" the world's smallest carbon nanotube lamp   Image World's smallest incandescent lamp (Image 1)
Updated April 28, 2014
Lucigen's David Mead collects samples of water from Obsidian Hot Spring   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 6)
Updated April 28, 2014
Fortress Geyser at Yellowstone National Park   Image Research on life at high temperatures in Yellowstone (Image 5)
Updated April 28, 2014
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