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OIA Image OIA: An Interactive 2 TB data set of a simulation of a Rayleigh-Taylor instability, showing the flow of two liquids mixing together, displayedon the LCSE Power-Wall system, using data replicated on 12 high-speed storage and rendering nodes purchased under an NSF MRI grant. IIA used a cut from this image for our website image. Full Size Image
 
Awards Image Awards: Medals received by winners of the National Medal of Science (left) and the Alan T. Waterman Award (right). Image Credit: Steven Buhneing, NSF
 
CDI Image CDI: Particles and biomolecule bonds in a computer simulation and visualization. Image credit: M. Freindorf and T. Furlani, Center for Computational Research, University at Buffalo; J. Kong, Q-Chem Inc.; visualization by Adam Koniak, Center for Computational Research, University at Buffalo
 
CEOSE Image CEOSE: A diverse science and engineering workforce as depicted on the cover of the 2000 report of the Committee for Equal Opportunity in Science and Engineering (CEOSE). CEOSE provides advice about NSF’s policies and activities to encourage full participation by women, minorities, and persons with disabilities in the U.S. science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) enterprise. Image Credit: CEOSE 2000 Biennial Report To Congress.
 
STEM Talent Image Developing STEM Talent: Class of 2000 interns at the National Science Foundation. Image Credit: Image courtesy of NSF IIA 2000 Intern photo archive
 
EPSCoR Image EPSCoR: The SUNRISE research group of the University of North Dakota developing an oilsee-based biojet fuel for avaiation turbines and diesel engines that withstands cold temperatures and is more stable than traditional biodiesel fuels. Image Credit: Chuck Kimmerle, University of North Dakota
 
MRI Image MRI: The world’s largest, low-energy positron beam generator which was constructed by North Carolina State University, the University of Michigan and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Image Credit: Dr. Ayman Hawari, North Carolina State University
 
STC Image STC: A new, high-resolution, structured-illumination fluorescence microscope system that helps to resolve subcellular structures in order to facilitate studying the organization of chromosomes. Image Credit: Image courtesy of the NSF Center for Biophotonics Science and Technology—managed by the University of California Davis.
 
ARI: The zooplankton laboratory at San Francisco
State University's Romberg Tiburon Center
for Environmental Studies Credit: © Rob O'Dea Photography

 

 

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