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Illustration of animals and plants.   Image The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center will synthesize information on the environment.
Updated July 28, 2011
National SESYNC Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center logo.   Image The National Science Foundation has funded a national center for environmental synthesis.
Updated July 28, 2011
New research: Dyslexic individuals have significant difficulty recognizing voices.   Image New research: Dyslexic individuals have significant difficulty recognizing voices.
Updated July 28, 2011
Photo of Turkana warriors.   Image Turkana warriors. Punishment helps sustain cooperation when fighting against other groups.
Updated July 28, 2011
A bat emitting sounds.   Image A bat emits sounds, and thereby creates orienting echoes.
Updated July 27, 2011
Caleb Pungowiyi,  near the village of Savoonga, Alaska, on St. Lawrence Island.   Image Caleb Pungowiyi, near the village of Savoonga, Alaska, on St. Lawrence Island.
Updated July 27, 2011
Photo of Caleb Pungowiyi dancing.   Image Caleb Pungowiyi (center) dances.
Updated July 27, 2011
Photo of Caleb Pungowiyi holding a bird on St. Lawrence Island.   Image Caleb Pungowiyi, near the village of Savoonga, Alaska, on St. Lawrence Island.
Updated July 27, 2011
University of Maryland Professor Josť 'Pepe' Contreras-Vidal wears his non-invasive Brain Cap.   Image University of Maryland Professor Josť 'Pepe' Contreras-Vidal wears his non-invasive Brain Cap.
Updated July 27, 2011
Signals can be used to study the cortical dynamics of walking and develop brain-machine interfaces.   Image A person using a brain-machine interface.
Updated July 27, 2011
University of Maryland's Brain Cap headset being adjusted for testing.   Image University of Maryland's Brain Cap headset being adjusted for testing.
Updated July 27, 2011
University of Michigan engineering researcher Brent Gillespie uses a prototype of a device.   Image University of Michigan engineering researcher Brent Gillespie uses a prototype of a device.
Updated July 27, 2011
Interactions between previously sequenced Arabidopsis proteins are described in a new network map.   Image Interactions between previously sequenced Arabidopsis proteins are described in a new network map.
Updated July 27, 2011
Image showing NEON routine sampling.   Image NEON will provide standardized measurements through routine sampling of animals and plants.
Updated July 27, 2011
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