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National Science Foundation

Remarks, Integrative Graduate Education Research and Traineeship Project Meeting, Washington, DC
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Slide image: Logo for OneNSF, composed of images showing science and engineering research and education

N: Research Vessel Nathaniel B. Palmer; aphids on milkweed; circuit board; optical telescope; hatchling sea turtle; children with robot

S: flexible photovoltaic module that incorporates an interconnected array of microscale, gallium arsenide solar cells on a thin sheet of plastic; radio telescope (VLA); launched laser-cooled atoms are captured by a single, suspended, single-wall carbon nanotube charged to hundreds of volts; buckled nanotube

F: visualization of Hurricane Katrina (NCSA); NSF building; polarization microscope image of liquid crystals; elementary school students

Image credit: Gwendolyn Morgan, National Science Foundation

Slide background image: Photo illustration of Earth from space

Background image credit: John Prusinski, National Science Foundation

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