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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
Graphic of the NEON airborne observatory platform.   Image The NEON airborne observatory heralds a new era in ecological observation.
Updated July 27, 2011
A photo of a truck carrying NEON instruments and a photo of the NEON instrument set up.   Image NEON instruments may be deployed rapidly during major events like hurricanes, floods, droughts.
Updated July 27, 2011
A technician checks sensor calibration to make sure it complies with quality control standards.   Image A technician checks sensor calibration to make sure it complies with quality control standards.
Updated July 27, 2011
Graphic of NEON infrastructure.   Image NEON is designed to sense the biosphere with a minimal footprint; here, its infrastructure.
Updated July 27, 2011
Graphic of the NEON integrated observatory from continental to regional scales.   Image NEON is an integrated observatory that will enable research at continental to regional scales.
Updated July 27, 2011
Screenshot of John Towns.   Image View a video interview with John Towns, XSEDE leader.
Updated July 26, 2011
An all-atom simulation of six Gag polypeptide CA domains arranged in a hexagonal structure.   Image XSEDE will expand on the new research TeraGrid resources opened to understand and battle HIV.
Updated July 26, 2011
Image of a simulation of oil flow through water, based on computational fluid dynamics simulations.   Image XSEDE resources will enhance advanced computational abilities to track and mitigate disasters.
Updated July 26, 2011
Image of the Pacific and the Australian tectonic plates and the New Hebrides and Tonga microplates.   Image XSEDE can enhance earthquake research with better tools that map movement of the Earth's mantle.
Updated July 26, 2011
Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) logo.   Image Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE).
Updated July 25, 2011
MRI scan of a 42 year-old male chimpanzee brain.   Image MRI scan of a 42 year-old male chimpanzee brain.
Updated July 25, 2011
MRI scan of a 15 year-old male chimpanzee brain.   Image MRI scan of a 15 year-old male chimpanzee brain.
Updated July 25, 2011
MRI scan of a 79 year-old male human brain.   Image MRI scan of a 79 year-old male human brain.
Updated July 25, 2011
MRI scan of a 24 year-old male human brain.   Image MRI scan of a 24 year-old male human brain.
Updated July 25, 2011
Photo of a chimpanzee.   Image The brains of chimpanzees do not shrink to the same extent as humans as they age.
Updated July 25, 2011
Student shows portable halo shower.   Image The Ducha Halo shower was demonstarted at NCIIA's Open Minds showcase of student innovation in 2011.
Updated July 25, 2011
Students demonstrate clean-burning stove and twig light.   Image Arizona State University students demonstrate a clean burning Gel-Fuel stove and a "twig light.
Updated July 25, 2011
Inventor demonstrates bag for water purification.   Image Inventor Tricia Compas demonstrates a water storage/purifcation system for use in disaster relief.
Updated July 25, 2011
National Science Board logo   Image The National Science Board will webcast its upcoming meeting, July 28-29, 2011.
Updated July 25, 2011
Photo of Virginia Schutte putting codes on the shells of live crabs using paint markers.   Image Virginia Schutte putting codes on the shells of live crabs using paint markers.
Updated July 22, 2011
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