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researchers with a microscope   Image Nearly half of employed college graduates with S&E degrees reported working in S&E or related jobs.
Updated April 6, 2015
graduate student doing experiment   Image Graduate student Emily Hoff exposes a superhydrophobic surface to complete submersion in water.
Updated April 6, 2015
graduate student at a poster session   Image Graduate student Julie Gerard discussing her research on child language learning at UMd.
Updated April 6, 2015
researchers on a ship doing sediment coring   Image Sediment coring on Lake Kivu, Rwanda, using Syracuse University research vessel.
Updated April 6, 2015
Robotic face showing discomfort   Image They can then translate that information into control points on a virtual patient or a robotic face.
Updated April 3, 2015
human face expressing pain   Image For pain synthesis, the team starts with an existing database of painful-face videos.
Updated April 3, 2015
Digital map of a human face   Image The team tracks the face using constrained local models.
Updated April 3, 2015
Digital representation of a human face with expression of discomfort   Image At that point, the team has a digital representation of the face and its expression.
Updated April 3, 2015
Nurses next to a robotic patient in a hospital bed   Image Nurses practice with a current-generation human patient simulator system.
Updated April 3, 2015
Cole Bowers   Video Inside an NSF internship
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 3, 2015
Native American Keith Parker working in a lab.   Image Native American Keith Parker received an award at NSF's Emerging Researchers National Conference.
Updated April 3, 2015
Alaska Native Jacinda Williams setting up research equipment.   Image Alaska Native Jacinda Williams, alumna of an NSF education program, sets up research equipment.
Updated April 3, 2015
Students during graduation ceremony at Navajo Technical University   Image Graduation at Navajo Technical University, which is a TCUP University, in spring 2013.
Updated April 3, 2015
Ceremony for 40th anniversary of Sitting Bull College   Image Ceremony for 40th anniversary of Sitting Bull College, which is a TCUP college.
Updated April 3, 2015
image showing data points on a compact disc   Image This image shows sharp points that are data on a compact disc.
Updated April 3, 2015
Greg Gogolin   Image Greg Gogolin is a professor of information security and intelligence at Ferris State University.
Updated April 3, 2015
traffic cones on a road with potholes   Image Lemos' studies in the Great Lakes region found potholes to be among the stressors affecting locals.
Updated April 2, 2015
group of people walking in a filed in Ceara, Brazil   Image In the areas of Northeast Brazil Lemos studied, droughts are frequent, and can be catastrophic.
Updated April 2, 2015
Maria Carmen Lemos talking to a local man   Image Maria Carmen Lemos in Ceara, Brazil.
Updated April 2, 2015
Image showing a neuron with a ray of light and the text photo gallery   Image See a slide show about brain research and its benefits.
Updated April 2, 2015
animated gif showing a man walking in the park wearing a passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton   Image The passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton in action in Frick Park.
Updated April 1, 2015
man climbing stairs with a passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton attached   Image Walking indoors on the Carnegie Mellon campus with a passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton.
Updated April 1, 2015
Walking-assist clutch   Image Walking-assist clutch design for the passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton.
Updated April 1, 2015
man walking on treadmill with a passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton attached   Image The project arose in part from an effort to improve mobility for individuals who had had strokes.
Updated April 1, 2015
men's legs with a passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton attached   Image A passive-elastic ankle exoskeleton was shown to reduce the energy cost of human walking.
Updated April 1, 2015
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