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A woman research assistant interviews a quake survivor in Mustang District.   Image A local research assistant interviews a quake survivor in Mustang District.
Updated April 27, 2016
Photo showing two researchers interviewing locals in the mountains   Image A trained field research assistant from Nepal conducts an interview in Gorkha District.
Updated April 27, 2016
Matthew Siegfried   Image Matthew Siegfried, of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Updated April 26, 2016
Alexander Michaud and Trista Vick-Majors   Image Alexander Michaud (left) and Trista Vick-Majors, of Montana State University.
Updated April 26, 2016
Tim Hodson   Image Tim Hodson (foreground) of Northern Illinois University.
Updated April 26, 2016
An artist's conception of the Antarctic subglacial environment.   Image An artist's conception of the Antarctic subglacial environment.
Updated April 26, 2016
woman holding a baby touching a screen   Image Elizabeth Brannon uses "looking time" to help determine what infants understand about numbers.
Updated April 26, 2016
A monkey using a computer   Image A monkey makes a numerical choice in an experiment testing approximate number system skills.
Updated April 26, 2016
image showing parts of the brain with different responses.   Image Scientists map how the brain responds to different words.
Updated April 25, 2016
graphic representation of synapses in the brain   Video Spying on synapses
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 25, 2016
image of a brain section   Video Neuroimaging reveals detailed semantic maps across human cerebral cortex
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 25, 2016
artist rendition of a dinosaur   Video Baby titanosaur offers new insight into early life
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 21, 2016
women and men at a table using an ipad   Image A focus group of Kenyan pastoralists helped the research team develop the GrazeIt app.
Updated April 20, 2016
white-crowned sparrow on branch   Image A white-crowned sparrow.
Updated April 20, 2016
artificial spider web   Image An artificial spider web, engineered by Ross Hatton of Oregon State University.
Updated April 20, 2016
animation showing a salamander strolling   Image A strolling tiger salamander, used to study how early vertebrates learned to walk.
Updated April 20, 2016
scientist in field with bird model   Image George Mason University biologist David Luther in the field, recording white-crowned sparrow songs.
Updated April 20, 2016
European garden spider in a web   Image A European garden spider.
Updated April 20, 2016
crabs and fish on the bottom seafloor   Image Marine life moves much more slowly in a low-oxygen ocean.
Updated April 20, 2016
mpa of the world showing the ocans and progressive declining oxygen levels   Image By the 2030s, declining oxygen levels will likely be evident in many of the world's oceans.
Updated April 20, 2016
dead fish floating in the water   Image In ocean waters with less oxygen, fish kills are common.
Updated April 20, 2016
closeup image of a crab   Image How will species such as crabs fare in low oxygen seas? Scientists are working to find answers.
Updated April 20, 2016
cod swiming in the ocean.   Image Declining cod stocks may be further threatened by waters with low oxygen.
Updated April 20, 2016
Dungeness crabs washed up on a beach in Oregon   Image Dungeness crabs washed up on a beach in Oregon after suffocating in low-oxygen waters.
Updated April 20, 2016
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