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Press Release 11-136
NSF Awards Grants to Advance Digitization of Biological Collections

Funding will shed light on current "dark data," and integrate genetic, organismal, ecological information

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Researcher entering data for the butterflies and moths at the Florida Museum of Natural History.

Data-entry for the Lepidopteran (moths, butterflies) collection, Florida Museum of Natural History.

Credit: Andi Wolfe


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Image of scientist Larry Page in the fish collection at the Florida Museum of Natural History.

Scientist Larry Page amid the fish collection at the Florida Museum of Natural History.

Credit: Jeff Gaige, Florida Museum of Natural History


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Image of lichens on tree bark in Indiana.

Lichens on tree bark in Indiana; their distribution is strongly affected by environmental change.

Credit: Robert Lucking


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Image of entomologist Chris Dietrich vacuming for insects in tallgrass prairie.

Entomologist Chris Dietrich 'vacuums' for insects in tallgrass prairie among corn and soybean fields.

Credit: Dmitry Dmitriev


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Image of a flightless leafhopper found in prairies that is listed as endangered in Illinois.

A once-widespread flightless leafhopper found in prairies is now listed as endangered in Illinois.

Credit: Chris Dietrich


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To help advance biological collections, a researcher collects insects in the field.

Credit: Toby Schuh


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