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Press Release 13-135
NSF Awards Third Round of Grants to Advance Digitization of Biodiversity Collections

Funding will shed light on "dark data," and integrate organismal, vocal, fossil, and ecological information

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Aresearcher using the Rapid Image Processing with Voice Recognition

Rapid Image Processing with Voice Recognition aids steps in specimen processing.

Credit: Susan Butts, Yale Peabody Museum


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Fossilized damselfly from the 34-million-year-old Florissant Formation of Colorado.

Fossilized damselfly from the 34-million-year-old Florissant Formation of Colorado.

Credit: University of Colorado Museum of Natural History


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Scientists Roy Tsuda and Varnelle Magoon study a red algae specimen in Hawaii.

Scientists Roy Tsuda and Varnelle Magoon study a red algae specimen in Hawaii.

Credit: Shelley James, Bishop Museum


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Curator Kathy Ann Miller looks at seaweed collected along the coast of Washington.

Curator Kathy Ann Miller looks at seaweed collected along the coast of Washington.

Credit: Sheraz Sadiq, KQED Science


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Fly specimen

NSF's ADBC Program will foster advances in digitizing biological specimen collections.

Credit: Santiago Ramirez, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University


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Researcher Clare Loughran takes a digital photo of a red seaweed using a special light box.

Researcher Clare Loughran takes a digital photo of a red seaweed using a special light box.

Credit: Sheraz Sadiq, KQED Science


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