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Image of various types of potatoes that are grown in Peru.   Image Various types of potatoes that are grown in Peru.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of a disabled person piloting a robotic mobility and manipulation system to open frig door.   Image A person with disabilities pilots a robotic mobility and manipulation system and retrieves a meal.
Updated June 23, 2011
Image of John Eiler on right and Rob Eagle on left of Caltech.   Video John Eiler and Rob Eagle of Caltech measure body temperatures of dinosaurs for the first time.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 23, 2011
Cover of the June 24, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' work is described in the June 23, 2011 issue of Science Express.
Updated June 23, 2011
Infants infer whether a toy fails to work because of their actions or a reason beyond their control.   Image Infants infer whether a toy fails to work because of their actions or a reason beyond their control.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of the Finch, a robot used to help teach students computer programming.   Image The Finch is a robot used to help teach students computer programming.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of dexterous humanoid helper Robonaut 2 with Scott Kelly in International Space Station lab.   Image Dexterous humanoid helper Robonaut 2 with Scott Kelly in the International Space Station lab.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of a snake robot.   Image Snake robots may be used for search-and-rescue, inspection and even surgical procedures.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of Cave Crawler, which autonomously maps underground mines and aids in rescue missions.   Image Cave Crawler is a research robot designed to autonomously map underground mines and aid in rescue.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of the legged robot Dante II, which explored and sampled an active volcano.   Image The legged robot Dante II explored and sampled the active volcano at Alaska's Mt. Spurr in 1993.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of children playing with space-filling blocks.   Image Recommendations include devoting adequate instructional time and resources for K-5th grade science.
Updated June 23, 2011
Cover of  the report Successful K-12 STEM Education.   Image The report offers recommendations geared for schools and districts and for policy-makers.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of scientists measuring  the length of an alligator.   Image Scientists measure the length of an alligator.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of an acoustic transmitter attached to the tail of an alligator.   Image An acoustic transmitter is attached to the tail of an alligator.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of researchers weighing an alligator using a spring scale.   Image Researchers weigh an alligator using a spring scale.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of an alligator in Florida's Shark River.   Image Florida's Shark River: home to many alligators, key parts of the aquatic ecosystem.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of an alligator on the bank of the Shark River.   Image An alligator lazes on the bank of the Shark River.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of Adam Rosenblatt holding an alligator.   Image In a study at NSF's Florida Coastal Everglades LTER site, Adam Rosenblatt holds an alligator.
Updated June 21, 2011
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