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visualization of Internet connections in the United States

Internet

Credit: Map by Zina Deretsky, National Science Foundation, adapted from maps by Chris Harrison, Human-Computer Interaction Institute Carnegie Mellon University, www.chrisharrison.net

Game-changing Technologies

Game-changing Technologies

Credit: The Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University

NSF Everywhere in your world video

NSF Everywhere in your world video

Credit: National Science Foundation

woman's hand is touching screen on tablet computer iPad

Google

Credit: BigTunaOnline/Shutterstock.com

close up of golden Apple iPhone

Smartphone/Multi-touch screen zoom

Credit: Hadrian/Shutterstock.com

vertically aligned carbon nanofibers using ambient air

Nanotechnology

Credit: Anatoli Melechko/North Carolina State University

3D print of a foot

3D Printing

Credit: Virginia Tech, Logan Wallace

man translating a meeting to ASL

American Sign Language

Credit: : Matt Antonino/Shutterstock.com

A NSF Doppler-on-Wheels

Weather Radar

Credit: Center for Severe Weather Research

visualization of DNA

DNA Analysis

Credit: CI Photos/Shutterstock.com

visualization of human body in blue with kidneys colored red

Kidney Exchanges

Credit: Kris Petkong/Shutterstock.com

a black hole

Astronomers Capture Image of Black Hole

Credit: Event Horizon Telescope collaboration et al.

a view into a porthole of the ocean

Ocean Discoveries

Credit: IODP

a large boat name Sikuliaq owned by NSF

The R/V Sikuliaq research cruise

Credit: Kim Kenny

an seaglider floating in the middle of the ocean

A Seaglider released into the Weddell Sea

Credit: Andrew Thompson/Caltech

Windows of the Universe

Credit: Gemini Observatory

IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole

The IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole

Credit: Felipe Pedreros, IceCube/NSF

The collision of two black holes is seen in this still from a computer simulation

NSF’s Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO)

Credit: Simulating eXtreme Spacetimes (SXS) project (http://www.black-holes.org)

After School Science with scholastic entertainment characters

After School Science

Credit: ©2017 Scholastic Entertainment Inc.; design by NSF

The Magic School Bus logo

The Magic School Bus logo

Credit: Courtesy of Scholastic Entertainment Inc. ©2017 Scholastic Entertainment Inc.

Three SciGirls in the woods looking over paper work wearing hard helmets

SciGirls

Credit: SciGirls

Cyberchase testimonial video

Cyberchase testimonial video

Credit: Cyberchase