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Scientists will conduct research on the interaction of pandas, humans and ecosystems in China.   Image Scientists will conduct research on the interaction of pandas, humans and ecosystems in China.
Updated October 16, 2007
An artist's rendition of the new light-bending metamaterial.   Image An artist's rendition of the new light-bending metamaterial.
Updated October 16, 2007
Photo of Kaye Shedlock   Video Kaye Shedlock, National Science Foundation
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated October 16, 2007
Polar-Palooza logo with words Polar Palooza and Planet over illustration of the Earth   Image The Polar-Palooza logo
Updated October 15, 2007
The NEH and the NSF awarded fellowships and grants to document endangered languages.   Image Eighteen institutional grants and nine fellowships were awarded to document endangered languages.
Updated October 12, 2007
Transition state structure revealed by fluorescence-force hybrid technique.   Image Scientists studied DNA structure using a hybrid technique.
Updated October 12, 2007
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is a one-celled green alga that shares many genes with plants and animals.   Image Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is a one-celled alga that shares genes with plants and animals.
Updated October 11, 2007
Biologists have sequenced much of the genome of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, a tiny green alga.   Image Biologists have sequenced much of the genome of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, a green alga.
Updated October 11, 2007
NSF's Plant Genome Research Program funds studies on economically important plants.   Image NSF's Plant Genome Research Program funds studies on economically important plants.
Updated October 11, 2007
RESCUE researchers observe first responders during an emergency response drill in California.   Image RESCUE researchers observe first responders during an emergency response drill in California.
Updated October 11, 2007
A man wears a back pack with a keyboard, camera, video viewer and microphone attached to him.   Image A demonstration of the EvacPack, a high-tech tool developed by the RESCUE team.
Updated October 11, 2007
ResearchChannel logo   Image NSF and ResearchChannel will develop science programs for national and international broadcast.
Updated October 11, 2007
Photo of Steve Hickman   Video Steve Hickman, U.S. Geological Survey
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated October 10, 2007
Photo of Zoback   Video Mark Zoback, Stanford University
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated October 10, 2007
A computer science professor communicates in sign language to three students in a computer lab.   Image Richard Ladner, left, signs with some computer science academy participants.
Updated October 5, 2007
Researchers with plant that they studied.   Image Researchers Dan Klessig, Sang-Wook Park and Evans Kaimoyo with an infected tobacco plant.
Updated October 5, 2007
Steps involved in plant's systemic immune response.   Image The illustration depicts steps involved in the development of a systemic immune response in plants.
Updated October 5, 2007
Julie Palais, glaciology program officer for the U.S. Antarctic Program   Image Julie Palais, glaciology program officer for the U.S. Antarctic Program
Updated October 5, 2007
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