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Illustration shows how cyber-physical systems can connect computation and the physical world   Image Cyber-physical systems connect computation and the physical world
Updated March 26, 2015
Northern pitcher plant is known to biologists as <em>Sarracenia purpurea</em> for its purple color   Image Pitcher plants as models for ecosystem change (Image 5)
Updated March 26, 2015
Tiny ecosystem in pitcher plant leaves are similar to full-scale bodies of water   Image Pitcher plants as models for ecosystem change (Image 4)
Updated March 26, 2015
Jennie Sirota feeds a wasp to a hungry pitcher plant   Image Pitcher plants as models for ecosystem change (Image 3)
Updated March 26, 2015
Jennie Sirota was lead author on study using pitcher plants as models for ecosystem change   Image Pitcher plants as models for ecosystem change (Image 2)
Updated March 26, 2015
The northern pitcher plant (<em>Sarracenia purpurea</em>)   Image Pitcher plants as models for ecosystem change (Image 1)
Updated March 26, 2015
Scientists have found that rocks beneath the seafloor are teeming with microbial life   Image Life in deep sediment of ocean's "deadest" region
Updated March 26, 2015
The preserved bones of <em>Kryptodrakon progenitor</em>, discovered in northwest China   Image Oldest pterodactyloid species discovered and named (Image 2)
Updated March 23, 2015
Shishugou Formation in northwest China is famous for the discovery of dinosaurs and pterosaurs   Image Oldest pterodactyloid species discovered and named (Image 3)
Updated March 23, 2015
Diagram shows fragmentary remains of pterosaur species <em>Kryptodrakon progenitor</em>   Image Oldest pterodactyloid species discovered and named (Image 1)
Updated March 23, 2015
A slice of the Laniakea supercluster in the supergalactic equatorial plane   Image Slice of Laniakea supercluster in supergalactic equatorial plane
Updated March 23, 2015
The diversity of tiny marine microbe <em>Prochlorococcus</em> in a drop of seawater   Image Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity (Image 6)
Updated March 23, 2015
A scanning electron micrograph of the marine microbe <em>Prochlorococcus</em>   Image Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity (Image 5)
Updated March 23, 2015
Water samples were collected from the ocean to study tiny <em>Prochlorococcus</em> microbes   Image Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity (Image 4)
Updated March 23, 2015
Instruments descend into ocean waters to collect water samples for a study   Image Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity (Image 3)
Updated March 23, 2015
Preparing to retrieve samples of ocean water for shipboard--and later shore-based--analysis   Image Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity (Image 2)
Updated March 23, 2015
The diversity of marine microbe <em>Prochlorococcus</em> in a drop of seawater   Image Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity (Image 1)
Updated March 23, 2015
Visitors take apart household objects at the first Tinkering Social Club at the SF Exploratorium   Image San Francisco Exploratorium's Tinkering Studio (Image 8)
Updated March 19, 2015
The moon shines over McMurdo Station in June, when there is 24-hour darkness during the winter   Image Moon over McMurdo Station
Updated March 19, 2015
Shaochen Chen led a team in developing a 3-D-printed device inspired by the liver to remove toxins   Image Bioprinting a 3-D liver-like device to detoxify the blood
Updated March 18, 2015
Hungry <em>Aedes aegypti</em> mosquitoes are drawn to human odor   Image Aedes aegypti mosquitoes drawn to humans
Updated March 18, 2015
New telescope camera--the Magellan Adaptive Optics (MagAO) system--takes highest resolution images   Image Magellan Telescope with Magellan Adaptive Optics system
Updated March 18, 2015
Map of membrane fluctuations in a normal red blood cell   Image Red blood cell topography (Image 2)
Updated March 18, 2015
Topography of a red blood cell as measured by spatial light interference microscopy   Image Red blood cell topography (Image 1)
Updated March 18, 2015
A star-shaped molecule, called "cyanostar," on the surface of graphite   Image Chemists demonstrate assembly of new molecular structures
Updated March 18, 2015
Toolik Field Station, as seen from shore of Toolik Lake in northern foothills of Brooks Range   Image Toolik Field Station (Image 4)
Updated March 18, 2015
Toolik Field Station, located on eastern shore of Toolik Lake in northern foothills of Brooks Range   Image Toolik Field Station (Image 3)
Updated March 18, 2015
Toolik Field Station, located on eastern shore of Toolik Lake in northern foothills of Brooks Range   Image Toolik Field Station (Image 2)
Updated March 18, 2015
Toolik Field Station, located on eastern shore of Toolik Lake in northern foothills of Brooks Range   Image Toolik Field Station (Image 1)
Updated March 18, 2015
Researchers paired a small humanoid robot with a smart tablet, allowing children to learn new skills   Image Humanoid robot paired with smart tablet to learn new skills
Updated March 18, 2015
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