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Slideshows & Photo Galleries

Slideshows and photo galleries take you behind the scenes--in a chemistry lab, out in the field with paleontologists, and inside a termite colony--to see and hear science, in action.

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Cold snaps affect the vulnerable subtropics Take a photo tour of NSF INFEWS-related research Coral microbiomes play a role in reef health
October 17, 2016

Like hurricanes, unseasonable cold spells wipe out subtropical species.

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September 28, 2016

NSF invests $72 million in innovations at nexus of food, energy and water systems.

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April 18, 2016

Inner microbial ecosystems keep reef-building corals and other animals 'in the pink.'

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How someday robots may run to the rescue
December 14, 2015

University of Michigan engineers seek to perfect the science of balance.

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AC-ERE looks a decade hence in new report
September 16, 2015

New report from NSF's Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education says the nation is at an environmental crossroads.

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How food, water and energy systems interact
August 14, 2015

In a world where a growing number of people lack food, water and sources of energy, providing these resources has become a challenge.

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View a photo gallery of algae blooms in lakes
April 15, 2015

In freshwater lakes around the world, algae blooms often result from an overabundance of what's known as cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae.

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Learn about brain research and its benefits
April 2, 2015

James L. Olds, head of the Directorate for Biological Sciences explains why and how NSF-funded researchers are working to understand the healthy brain.

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