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A schematic illustration showing the formation of nanotubes driven by screw dislocations.   Image A schematic illustration showing the formation of nanotubes driven by screw dislocations.
Updated April 22, 2010
Photo of NSF biologist Buck Sanford collecting data for Project BudBurst.   Image NSF biologist Buck Sanford, on leave from University of Denver, collects data for Project BudBurst.
Updated April 20, 2010
Photo of Tomales Bay and the words Audio Slideshow.   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of researchers tracking the effects of increased ocean acidity on juvenile oysters.   Image In the lab, researchers track the effects of increased ocean acidity on juvenile oysters.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of adult oysters soon to be separated for culturing for lab experiments.   Image Adult oysters soon to be separated for culturing for lab experiments.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of an oyster larvae.   Image Oyster larvae, like the one pictured here, are reacting to more acidic seawater.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of Bodega Marine Lab scientists collecting oysters for research in Tomales Bay.   Image Bodega Marine Lab scientists muck about in Tomales Bay, collecting oysters for research.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of extensive oyster reefs that line Tomales Bay.   Image Extensive oyster reefs still line Tomales Bay, but for how long?
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo showing damage in downtown Jacmel, Haiti, from the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake.   Image Damage in downtown Jacmel, Haiti, from the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake.
Updated April 19, 2010
Map showing the current distribution of lilacs in green.   Image The current distribution of lilacs is shown (in green); the trees' range may be changing.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of lilac flowers.   Image Volunteers are tracking spring blooming dates of trees and flowers like lilacs.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of Sprenkle and her staffers measuring positions and heights of 2.5-year-old trees.   Image Starry Sprenkle and her staffers measure positions and heights of 2.5-year-old trees.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo of Starry Sprenkle demonstrating the use of a new GPS unit to her staffers.   Image Starry Sprenkle demonstrates the use of a new GPS unit to her staffers.
Updated April 19, 2010
Photo showing a lineup of potential perpetrators.   Image An eyewitness may select a perpetrator from a lineup even if uncertain about his or her selection.
Updated April 18, 2010
The residential portion of a royal palace in the Oaxaca Valley dating to 300-100 B.C.   Image The residential portion of a royal palace in the Oaxaca Valley dating to 300-100 B.C.
Updated April 16, 2010
The main plaza of Monte Albán.   Image The main plaza of Monte Albán.
Updated April 16, 2010
Buildings in Monte Albán with inscriptions depicting conquest.   Image Buildings in Monte Albán with inscriptions depicting conquest.
Updated April 16, 2010
Cover of the April 16, 2010 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings appear in the April 16, 2010 issue of the journal Science.
Updated April 15, 2010
Graph showing the global net energy budget depicting that heat is building up on Earth.   Image Ocean heat content estimates show that energy in the form of heat is building up on Earth.
Updated April 15, 2010
Images of earth showing reflected solar radiation on left and emitted heat radiation on right.   Image Earth's energy is out of balance: more is absorbed from the sun than emitted back to space.
Updated April 15, 2010
Photo of Tino Marone and Claudio Collettini helping to collect samples.   Image Tino Marone and Claudio Collettini helping to collect samples!
Updated April 15, 2010
Photo of Cristiano Collettini looking at the Zuccale Fault on the Isle of Elba, Italy.   Image Cristiano Collettini looks at the Zuccale Fault on the Isle of Elba, Italy.
Updated April 15, 2010
Photo of two boys working together on a Memorize activity in a fifth-grade class.   Image Each child has his or her own laptop, and collaboration is part of the computer's capability.
Updated April 14, 2010
Photo of students using XO laptops.   Image Glen Iris Elementary School was the first Birmingham City school to receive XO laptops.
Updated April 14, 2010
Photo of Guy Stever   Image A former NSF director, Guy Stever was a key figure in twentieth century science.
Updated April 13, 2010
Photo of tubeworms and clams around a deep-sea hydrothermal vent.   Image Tubeworms and clams recolonize deep-sea hydrothermal vents after undersea eruptions.
Updated April 12, 2010
Photo of a surviving anemone at the edge of lava that erupted at the deep-sea East Pacific Rise.   Image A surviving anemone at the edge of lava that erupted at the deep-sea East Pacific Rise.
Updated April 12, 2010
Image showing larva of the gastropod Ctenopelta porifera that travel vast distances.   Image Larva of the gastropod Ctenopelta porifera make their way across vast ocean realms.
Updated April 12, 2010
Images of larvae of deep-sea hydrothermal vent species that travel unprecedented distances.   Image Pictured: larvae of deep-sea hydrothermal vent species that travel unprecedented distances.
Updated April 12, 2010
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