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Transforming Life at Disciplinary Boundaries, Text Slide 12 of 24

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  • Astronomy
  • Biology
  • Computing
  • Earth & Environment
  • Engineering
  • Education
  • Materials
  • Mathematics
  • Nano
  • People & Society
  • Physics
  • Polar
  • NSF Research Areas
  • Slide images: Images representing the twelve research areas funded by the National Science Foundation and the NSF logo. Top row (left to right): photo of radio telescopes; illustration of a human brain; computer simulation; photo of a breaking wave Center row (left to right): photo of a fluorescent dye injected into a tank of stirred liquid; photo of a girl at a hands-on science event; photomicrograph of a liquid crystal; computer-generated image of a mathematical system Bottom row (left to right): computer image of nano cars; illustration showing the silhouette of a young child on hands and knees, surrounded by technological items; computer image of the emergence of a Bose-Einstein condensate; photo of Iceberg B-15A

    Image credits:

    Top row (left to right): NRAO/AUI. 2008 JupiterImages Corporation. James Matthews, Linghao Zhong and John Brady, Cornell University; Mike Himmel and Mark Nimlos, NREL; Tauna Rignall, Colorado School of Mines; Mike Crowley, The Scripps Research Institute. Digital Vision, Getty Images.

    Center row (left to right): M. M. Alvarez, T. Shinbrot, F. J. Muzzio, Center for Structured Organic Composites, Rutgers University. Nanoscience Program, University of Arkansas. Renfan Shao, Liquid Crystal Materials Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder. American Institute of Mathematics.

    Bottom row (left to right): Yasuhiro Shirai, Rice University. Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation. Mike Matthews, JILA. Josh Landis, National Science Foundation.

    Design by: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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