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NSF Research Areas

Slide image:
The NSF logo centered among images representing twelve NSF research areas:

  • Astronomy (photo of Very Large Array radio telescopes)
  • Biology (illustration of a cross-section of a silhouetted human head showing the brain)
  • Computing (computer simulation showing the action of the enzyme cellulase on cellulose)
  • Earth & Environment (photo of a breaking wave)
  • Engineering (photo showing how a fluorescent dye injected into a tank of stirred liquid creates a pattern that resembles a green apple)
  • Education (photo of a girl participating in a science demonstration)
  • Materials (photomicrograph, imaged between crossed polarizers, of the liquid crystal banana phase named B1)
  • Mathematics (computer-generated image of E8 root system consisting of 240 vectors in an 8-dimensional space)
  • Nano (still from an animation depicting two motorized nanocars)
  • People & Society (illustration showing the silhouette of a young child on hands and knees, surrounded by technological items, including a computer, video game controller and television)
  • Physics (false-color image showing the emergence of a Bose-Einstein condensate, or BEC)
  • Polar (photo of a huge iceberg)

Credits: NRAO/AUI (Astronomy); 2007 JupiterImages Corporation (Biology); James Matthews, Linghao Zhong and John Brady, Cornell University; Mike Himmel and Mark Nimlos, NREL; Tauna Rignall, Colorado School of Mines; Mike Crowley, The Scripps Research Institute (Computing); Digital Vision, Getty Images (Earth & Environment); M. M. Alvarez, T. Shinbrot, F. J. Muzzio, Center for Structured Organic Composites, Rutgers University (Engineering); Nanoscience Program, University of Arkansas (Education); Renfan Shao, Liquid Crystal Materials Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder (Materials); American Institute of Mathematics (Mathematics); Yasuhiro Shirai, Rice University (Nano); Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation (People & Society); Mike Matthews, JILA (Physics); Josh Landis, National Science Foundation (Polar)

Design by: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation



 

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