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A view looking from the top down on a <em>Bacillus subtillis</em> colony   Image Bacillus subtillis colony
Updated March 18, 2014
Engineers at Brown University have designed a biochip that uses plasmonic interferometers   Image Glucose molecules 'dancing' on sensor surface illuminated by light
Updated March 18, 2014
The Qinling Mountain region of the Changqing Nature Reserve, Shaanxi Province, China   Image Qinling Mountain region of the Changqing Nature Reserve
Updated March 18, 2014
A titanium sapphire crystal in an optical frequency comb laser   Image Titanium sapphire crystal in optical frequency comb laser
Updated March 18, 2014
The JILA MONSTR (Multidimensional Optical Nonlinear SpecTrometer)   Image The JILA MONSTR
Updated March 18, 2014
An optical frequency comb laser setup   Image Optical frequency comb laser setup
Updated March 18, 2014
Violent explosion of an N2 molecule after the sudden loss of two electrons   Image Violent explosion of N2 molecule
Updated March 18, 2014
Father and son view iPad application at Cocasam Cooperative in San Marcos de Colon, Honduras   Image Technology assists coffee farmers in the developing world
Updated March 18, 2014
Honeybees in their hive   Image Honeybees in hive
Updated March 18, 2014
Electron being ripped from atom by a strong laser field   Image Electron wave function
Updated March 18, 2014
A coherent (laser-like) X-ray pulse   Image A coherent (laser-like) X-ray pulse (Image 2)
Updated March 18, 2014
A coherent (laser-like) X-ray pulse   Image A coherent (laser-like) X-ray pulse (Image 1)
Updated March 18, 2014
Adam Riess lecture slide   Video NSF Distinguished Lecture: Supernovae Reveal an Accelerating Universe by Professor Adam Riess
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 18, 2014
Children at the Sciencenter in Ithaca, N.Y., examine a model of a carbon nanotube   Image Children participate in NanoDays
Updated March 13, 2014
Sunlight streams into the entrance of Deer Cave in Gunung Mulu National Park, Borneo   Image Stalagmites provide view of abrupt climate events (Image 5)
Updated March 13, 2014
Design engineer Amanda Parkes and objects used in product design   Video Design Engineer -- Profiles of Scientists and Engineers
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 13, 2014
Crocodile mouth and teeth   Video Mapping the Genomes of Crocodiles and Alligators -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 13, 2014
cartoon showing two men and the text quantum world   Video Quantum Computers Animated‬
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 13, 2014
Lettuce-thinning robot LettuceBot 2 can thin 160 inches of lettuce at a time   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 17)
Updated March 10, 2014
Lettuce thinning robot LettuceBot 2 turns around at the end of a row   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 16)
Updated March 10, 2014
LettuceBot 2 collects images to decide which plants to destroy in the field   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 15)
Updated March 10, 2014
LettuceBot 2 operates commercially, processing data and real-time thinning lettuce   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 14)
Updated March 10, 2014
LettuceBot 2, a lettuce thinning robot, is in the third generation of precise field robotics   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 13)
Updated March 10, 2014
Lee Redden, NSF principal investigator and a founder of Blue River Technology, with LettuceBot 2   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 12)
Updated March 10, 2014
Simulated field conditions can hone algorithms to determine which plants to thin   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 11)
Updated March 10, 2014
Simulated field conditions can hone algorithms to determine which plants to thin   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 10)
Updated March 10, 2014
Future computer vision will enable automated thinning of different varieties of lettuce   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 9)
Updated March 10, 2014
Field tests using liquid-sensitive paper show the precision of robotic spraying capabilities   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 8)
Updated March 10, 2014
Field tests for sprayer accuracy are used to calibrate lettuce thinning robots   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 7)
Updated March 10, 2014
Lettuce sprayed with fertilizer lies dyeing in the field while adjacent healthy plants thrive   Image Advanced technology for better agriculture (Image 6)
Updated March 10, 2014
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