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Mammary tissue grown for 11 days in the lab contains cells present in human breast tissue   Image Engineered hydrogel scaffolds enables growth of functioning breast tissue
Updated August 8, 2016
Naked HIV capsid and cyclophilin A   Image Naked HIV capsid and cyclophilin A
Updated August 8, 2016
A child interacts with a social robot modeled as a peer   Image Storytelling companion
Updated August 8, 2016
A camera attached to a robot's hand can rapidly create a 3-D model of its environment   Image Camera attached to robot hand enhances manipulation (Image 1)
Updated August 5, 2016
A camera attached to a robot's hand can rapidly create a 3-D model of its environment   Image Camera attached to robot hand enhances manipulation (Image 2)
Updated August 5, 2016
New CMU algorithm helps mobile robots decide which objects need to be picked up   Image Robots get creative to cut through clutter
Updated August 5, 2016
Pedro Alvarez, director, NSF's Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment (NEWT) center   Image Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center (Image 1)
Updated August 5, 2016
NSF's Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center develops off-grid water-treatment systems   Image Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center (Image 2)
Updated August 5, 2016
NSF's Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center develops off-grid water-treatment systems   Image Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center (Image 3)
Updated August 5, 2016
NSF's Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center develops off-grid water-treatment systems   Image Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment center (Image 4)
Updated August 5, 2016
A healthy coral reef dominated by calcifying corals and coralline algae in the Line Islands   Image Too much algae, too many microbes threaten coral reefs (Image 1)
Updated August 5, 2016
A degraded coral reef dominated by fleshy algae in the Line Islands in the Pacific Ocean.   Image Too much algae, too many microbes threaten coral reefs (Image 2)
Updated August 5, 2016
Scientist Forest Rohwer of San Diego State University collects microbial samples   Image Too much algae, too many microbes threaten coral reefs (Image 3)
Updated August 5, 2016
An otherwise healthy coral reef being overgrown by fleshy algae   Image Too much algae, too many microbes threaten coral reefs (Image 4)
Updated August 5, 2016
A coral being overgrown by fleshy algae   Image Too much algae, too many microbes threaten coral reefs (Image 5)
Updated August 5, 2016
A team of divers descending to survey and sample a reef for benthic cover and microbes   Image Too much algae, too many microbes threaten coral reefs (Image 6)
Updated August 5, 2016
Researchers created a single-molecule diode by inserting a small molecule named coralyne into DNA   Image Single molecule of DNA used to create world’s smallest diode
Updated August 5, 2016
Communities of moss along with associated lichens and vascular plants cover boreal forest understory   Image Moss-microbial symbiosis
Updated August 5, 2016
A soft inflatable robot arm developed at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute   Image Inflatable robotic arm inspires Disney character
Updated August 5, 2016
Swimmer Missy Franklin in the water   Video Missy Franklin and Fluid Dynamics -- Science of the Summer Olympics: Engineering in Sports (Encore)
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 4, 2016
Sprinter Usain Bolt running on a track   Video The Biomechanics of Usain Bolt -- Science of the Summer Olympics: Engineering in Sports (Encore)
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated August 4, 2016
The Discovery Files   Audio "Tox Screen" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated August 2, 2016
A custom designed computational fluid dynamics-tested transition duct built on 3-D printer   Image RapidTech 3-D modeling (Image 14)
Updated July 29, 2016
Artistic illustration depicting nanomagnets   Image Nanomagnets (Image 2)
Updated July 29, 2016
Young woman and fishing nets   Video Pick your passion with Citizen Science
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 28, 2016
Solar cells   Video QESST for solar power to feed an energy hungry world -- Science Nation
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 28, 2016
The Discovery Files   Audio "Memory Lame" -- The Discovery Files
Audio type: MP3
Updated July 19, 2016
screenshot from the video   Video Solar storm visualizations inform and educate scientists, students, policymakers and public
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 18, 2016
Plasmonic interferometers with light emitters in them could make better biosensors   Image New technique could aid development of nanoscale biosensors
Updated July 15, 2016
Pacific black brant (<em>Branta bernicla nigricans</em>)   Image Studying impacts of climate change on ecosystem function (Image 13)
Updated July 15, 2016
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