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Photo of CSAS Director Chris Landry measuring snow water equivalence in a snowpit.   Image CSAS Director Chris Landry in June, 2007, measuring "snow water equivalence" in a snowpit.
Updated April 2, 2010
Photo showing zebra stripes of dust and snow on the snow surface in Colorado mountains.   Image "Zebra stripes" of dust and snow are visible on the snow surface in Colorado mountains.
Updated April 2, 2010
Simulations of an interacting system generated through Merger Zoo.   Image Merger Zoo.
Updated April 1, 2010
Image of an interacting galaxy.   Image Interacting galaxy.
Updated April 1, 2010
Rutgers researchers discuss how they were able to hijack smart phones without the users' knowledge.   Video Rutgers researchers discuss how they were able to hijack smart phones without the users' knowledge.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 1, 2010
Artists interpretation of a hacker using a smart phone to surveil someone or drain its battery   Image Researchers have shown a variety of ways that smart phones can be hijacked against their users.
Updated April 1, 2010
Photo showing excavated blocks rich in fossil remains from Malapa.   Image Excavated blocks rich in fossil remains from Malapa.
Updated March 31, 2010
Photo of scientists working at the Malapa site near Johannesburg, South Africa.   Image Scientists working at the Malapa site near Johannesburg, South Africa.
Updated March 31, 2010
Photo of excavations at Malapa, South Africa.   Image Excavations at Malapa, within the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site in South Africa.
Updated March 31, 2010
Illustration showing how Austalopithecus sediba may have fallen into a geologic death trap.   Image Austalopithecus sediba may have fallen into a geologic "death trap."
Updated March 31, 2010
Hill slopes surrounding the newly discovered Malapa site in South Africa.   Image Hill slopes surrounding the newly discovered Malapa site in South Africa.
Updated March 31, 2010
Photo of skeletal parts of two-million-year-old Australopithicus sediba, southern ape.   Image Two-million-year-old Australopithicus sediba (southern ape), a new species of hominid.
Updated March 31, 2010
Photo of a panda in a bamboo forest.   Image CNH scientists research the interaction of pandas, humans and ecosystems.
Updated March 31, 2010
An artist's conception of a row of intentional molecular defects in a sheet of graphene.   Image An artist's conception of a row of intentional molecular defects in a sheet of graphene.
Updated March 30, 2010
Photo of an Illinois river at flood stage.   Image An Illinois river at flood stage, carrying high amounts of nitrate to the Gulf of Mexico.
Updated March 30, 2010
Photo of a Mediterranean landscape.   Image CNH researchers are studying landscapes in Spain and elsewhere in the Mediterranean.
Updated March 30, 2010
Photo showing damaged beachfront house in Rodanthe, N.C. caused by Hurricane Isabel.   Image The aftereffects of Hurricane Isabel in 2003 on beachfront property in Rodanthe, N.C.
Updated March 30, 2010
Text and images: Percentage of Landscape by Parcel, photos of houses, images of pie charts.   Image Change in land-cover patterns is the subject of CNH-funded research.
Updated March 30, 2010
Photo of three researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago.   Image Naked mole-rat researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Updated March 30, 2010
Photo of Bruce Alberts, 2010 Vannevar Bush Award recipient.   Image Bruce Alberts, 2010 Vannevar Bush Award recipient.
Updated March 30, 2010
Illustration showing wet times,  when Angkor thrived, and dry times that coincided with its demise.   Image In wet times, Angkor, the Khmer capitol thrived. Dry times coincided with its demise.
Updated March 30, 2010
Photo of a Fokienia tree seedling.   Image Fokienia tree seedling.
Updated March 29, 2010
Photo of researchers taking a tree core from Fokienia tree in Vietnam.   Image Researchers taking a tree core from Fokienia tree in Vietnam.
Updated March 29, 2010
Photo of a millennial aged Fokienia tree in Vietnam.   Image A millennial aged Fokienia tree in Vietnam.
Updated March 29, 2010
Photo of Cristiano and Claudio Collettini at the Zuccale Fault, Isle of Elba, Italy.   Image Cristiano and Claudio Collettini at the Zuccale Fault, Isle of Elba, Italy.
Updated March 26, 2010
Photo of girs at the1 Madison Wis., Expanding Your Horizons Conference.   Image The Madison Wis., Expanding Your Horizons Conference offers girls a different science perspective.
Updated March 26, 2010
Photo of girls from the Contra Costa Expanding Your Horizons Conference in San Pablo, California.   Image The Contra Costa Expanding Your Horizons Conference in San Pablo, Calif., attracts girls.
Updated March 26, 2010
Photo of girls from the Expanding Your Horizons Conference enjoying a hands-on workshop.   Image Girls from the San Angelo, Texas, Expanding Your Horizons conference enjoy a hands-on workshop.
Updated March 26, 2010
Photo of Nalini Nadkarni scaling an old-growth Douglas-fir tree in the Cascade Mountains.   Image Nadkarni scales an old-growth Douglas fir tree in the Cascade Mountains to do ecological research.
Updated March 26, 2010
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