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A nanoparticle-based sensing strategy for determining protein levels in blood   Image Engineering nanoparticles to improve human health
Updated April 24, 2014
A view from the top looking down on densely packed, atmospherically relevant, organic molecules   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 4)
Updated April 24, 2014
A cross section of densely packed, atmospherically relevant, organic molecules on a model   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 3)
Updated April 24, 2014
A view from the top looking down on loosely packed, atmospherically relevant, organic molecules   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 2)
Updated April 24, 2014
Cross section of loosely packed atmospherically relevant, organic molecules   Image Organic molecules on a model of sea spray aerosol (Image 1)
Updated April 24, 2014
Hand holding jar with Osorb   Video Osorb: Absorbent nanomaterial cleans up toxic water -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 24, 2014
Close up of a robobee   Video RoboBees: Design poses intriguing engineering, computer science challenges -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 24, 2014
The Hadza people of Tanzania are one of the last big-game hunters in Africa   Image Hadza people participate in study of hunter-gatherer movement patterns (Image 2)
Updated April 23, 2014
Hadza people of Tanzania wore wristwatches with GPS trackers that followed their movements   Image Hadza people participate in study of hunter-gatherer movement patterns (Image 1)
Updated April 23, 2014
Tiny interwoven fibers of 3-D fabric scaffold used for growing cartilage   Image Tiny interwoven fibers of 3-D fabric scaffold
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation of Hurricane Sandy showing horizontal wind at 1000 meters   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 10)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing air-parcel trajectories of Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 9)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing Hurricane Sandy trajectories   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 8)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing potential temperature at 1000 meters in Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 7)
Updated April 23, 2014
Potential vorticity on the temperature=322 isosurface, as viewed from above Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 6)
Updated April 23, 2014
Potential vorticity on the temperature=322 isosurface, as viewed from the south of Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 5)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing potential vorticity at 1000 meters in Hurricane Sandy   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 4)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation of Hurricane Sandy showing the maximum radar reflectivity   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 3)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation showing Hurricane Sandy's cloud-top temperature at cloud-top height   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 2)
Updated April 23, 2014
Simulation of Hurricane Sandy showing cloud-top temperature   Image Hurricane Sandy at extremely high resolution (Image 1)
Updated April 23, 2014
title slide Professor Karl Booksh, are we failing to serve students with disabilities in STEM   Video MPS Lecture Series: Prof. Karl Booksh
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 21, 2014
Ed Boyden screenshot from google hangout   Video Surprising reasons why we need biodiversity
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 18, 2014
A "captured lightning" Lichtenberg figure in a specimen of acrylic plastic   Image "Captured Lightning" Lichtenberg Figure
Updated April 17, 2014
Researchers study exposures of the Doushanto Formation in South China   Image South China Fossils--Possible Terrestrial Origin (Image 1)
Updated April 17, 2014
Looking upward at tree tops against sky   Video Survival of Trees -- Changing Planet
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 17, 2014
An ice core   Video Ice core secrets could reveal answers to global warming -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 17, 2014
light beam on a neutron   Video Biodiversity: A boon for brain research
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 16, 2014
2014 USA Science and Engineering Festival   Video NSF-funded research at USA Science & Engineering Festival.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 14, 2014
A side view of some of the supercomputer Yellowstone's 100 racks.   Image Supercomputer Yellowstone (Image 3)
Updated April 11, 2014
Researchers demonstrate robot, controlled using a person's mind   Image Mind-controlled flying robot (Image 1)
Updated April 11, 2014
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