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The transmission monitor at LIGO in Hanford, Washington   Image LIGO opens new window on the universe (Image 10)
Updated March 17, 2016
Signal recycling at LIGO in Livingston, Louisiana   Image LIGO opens new window on the universe (Image 11)
Updated March 17, 2016
Power recycling optic 2 at LIGO   Image LIGO opens new window on the universe (Image 12)
Updated March 17, 2016
LIGO power recycling mirror hangs in triple suspension on optical table inside a LIGO vacuum   Image LIGO opens new window on the universe (Image 13)
Updated March 17, 2016
LIGO installation specialist checks alignment of test beam on a LIGO detector   Image LIGO opens new window on the universe (Image 14)
Updated March 17, 2016
A fisheye view of the LIGO input optics   Image LIGO opens new window on the universe (Image 15)
Updated March 17, 2016
A Harvard RoboBee, a microrobot, smaller than a paperclip, that flies and hovers like an insect   Image Harvard RoboBee (Image 3)
Updated March 11, 2016
View inside ultra-high vacuum scanning thermal microscope   Image View inside ultra-high vacuum scanning thermal microscope
Updated March 11, 2016
Instrument holding a part of cochlear implant   Video Micro-Fabrication for Cochlear Implants -- Science of Innovation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 11, 2016
Sample in a petri dish   Video Using Viruses to Make Batteries -- Science of Innovation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 11, 2016
The Discovery Files   Audio "Spin Off" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated March 8, 2016
man palying the drums   Video Science Now Episode 41
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 8, 2016
Transformation of 4-D-printed hydrogel composite structure after its submersion in water   Image Shapeshifting architectures inspired by nature (Image 2)
Updated March 7, 2016
Transformation of 4-D-printed hydrogel composite structure after its submersion in water   Image Shapeshifting architectures inspired by nature (Image 3)
Updated March 7, 2016
Taking lake water sample at Lago Grey, Patagonia, for black carbon analysis   Image GROW Program hydrology research in Chile (Image 1)
Updated March 7, 2016
Taking a snow-depth measurement in the Chilean Andes for a snow survey   Image GROW Program hydrology research in Chile (Image 2)
Updated March 7, 2016
Researchers take snow pit measurements at Cajon del Maipo in Chile   Image GROW Program hydrology research in Chile (Image 3)
Updated March 7, 2016
Researchers working on a study on the Yeso Glacier in the Chilean Andes   Image GROW Program hydrology research in Chile (Image 4)
Updated March 7, 2016
Sampling snow for black carbon analysis on the Yeso Glacier in the Chilean Andes   Image GROW Program hydrology research in Chile (Image 5)
Updated March 7, 2016
Researchers set up a meteorological station on the Yeso Glacier in the Chilean Andes   Image GROW Program hydrology research in Chile (Image 6)
Updated March 7, 2016
Researchers set up a meteorological station on the Yeso Glacier in the Chilean Andes   Image GROW Program hydrology research in Chile (Image 7)
Updated March 7, 2016
The Gemini Planet Imager team at the Gemini South Telescope on Cerro Pachon, Chile   Image GROW Program astronomy research (Image 1)
Updated March 7, 2016
Ph.D. candidate Kimberly Ward-Duong with the MagAO instrument   Image GROW Program astronomy research (Image 2)
Updated March 7, 2016
Optical fiber used in resetting mouse circadian clock   Image Optical fiber used in resetting mouse circadian clock
Updated March 7, 2016
Sorghum, one of the oldest and most widely grown cereal grain crops in the world   Image Sorghum plant
Updated March 7, 2016
Rice University graduate students set up a test shot with a recent FlatCam prototype   Image FlatCam (Image 1)
Updated March 7, 2016
FlatCam shows promise in turning flat, curved surfaces into cameras   Image FlatCam (Image 2)
Updated March 7, 2016
The Rice University team developing FlatCam   Image FlatCam (Image 3)
Updated March 7, 2016
FlatCam shows promise in turning flat, curved surfaces into cameras   Image FlatCam (Image 4)
Updated March 7, 2016
Artist's impression of the record-breaking, powerful, superluminous supernova ASASSN-15lh   Image Artist's impression of record-breaking, superluminous supernova ASASSN-15lh
Updated March 7, 2016
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