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New Light Shed on HIV Behavior (Image 1)
New Light Shed on HIV Behavior (Image 2)
Spiders Spin Silks of Superhero Strength
Cells Flowing Like Glass
Polarizing microscope texture of smectic A liquid crystal
The Secrets of Nitrogenase -- GRFP Creating the Future Video Contest
New Sensors for First Responders
GROW: A new international research opportunity for Graduate Research Fellows.
Bi-layer Graphene (Image 2)
Graphical representation of a test molecule and 3D electron orbital
Graphical representation of an olestra test molecule and its highest occupied 3D electron orbital
Osorb: Absorbent nanomaterial cleans up toxic water
Model of Extended Chromatin
Protons Being Flipped
Graphite Oxide/Polystyrene Blends on Nylon Filter Paper
Pair of point defects called "Boojums" in thin hybrid-aligned nematic film
Professor Mohan Srinivasarao and jeweled beetle
Polymers -- Chalk Talk
Road to the New Energy Economy - Algal Biofuels
Electron Switch Between Molecules (Image 1)
Electron Switch Between Molecules (Image 3)
Molecular Rotor/motor Project (Image 1)
Molecular Rotor/motor Project (Image 2)
Molecular Rotor/motor Project (Image 3)
Molecular Rotor/motor Project (Image 4)
Hybrid-aligned nematic film.
Printing Polymers That Bend Into 3-D Shapes
This breathalyzer reveals signs of disease