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A Cape buffalo in Kenyas Nakuru National Park takes a break from grazing on grass   Image Many large animals in Africa tried grass, but many switched diets (Image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 7)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 6)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 5)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 4)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 3)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 2)
Updated January 28, 2016
Altaeros Energies tests and evaluates its novel Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- or the BAT -- prototype   Image Buoyant Airborne Turbine -- the BAT (image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
A sonar image of bubbles rising from the seafloor off the Washington coast   Image Bubble plumes suggest warmer ocean may release frozen methane
Updated January 28, 2016
An astrophysicist artist's conception of a hypervelocity star speeding away from spiral galaxy   Image Nearest bright 'hypervelocity star' found
Updated January 28, 2016
A cluster of northern long-eared bats bat (<em>Myotis septentrionalis</em>)   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 8)
Updated January 28, 2016
A northern long-eared bat infected with white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 7)
Updated January 28, 2016
Two little brown bats (<em>Myotis lucifugus</em>) with white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 6)
Updated January 28, 2016
A little brown bat (<em>Myotis lucifugus</em>) with white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 5)
Updated January 28, 2016
Greater mouse-eared bats, a European bat species that can become infected with white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 4)
Updated January 28, 2016
A cluster of greater mouse-eared bats (<em>Myotis myotis</em>)   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 3)
Updated January 28, 2016
Bat population in Aeolus Cave in Vermont in 2010, one year after infection from white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 2)
Updated January 28, 2016
Hibernating bats at Aeolus Cave in Vermont before the die-off from white-nose syndrome   Image White-nose syndrome now infects bats in several northeastern U.S. states (Image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
Manuel Leal, a biologist at the University of Missouri, collects light data in the field   Image Forest-dwelling anoles 'glow' to attract attention (Image 2)
Updated January 28, 2016
A male Jamaican gray lizard (<em>Anolis lineatopus</em>) displays its colorful throat fan   Image Forest-dwelling anoles 'glow' to attract attention (Image 1)
Updated January 28, 2016
Toolik Field Station, located on eastern shore of Toolik Lake in northern foothills of Brooks Range   Image Toolik Field Station (Image 3)
Updated January 15, 2016
Schematic of a plasma torus around an exoplanet   Image Schematic of a plasma torus around an exoplanet
Updated January 15, 2016
Researchers have developed a technique to assemble nanoparticles into filaments in liquid   Image Sandcastles inspire new nanoparticle binding technique (Image 1)
Updated January 8, 2016
Lava spews from the Tolbachik volcano in central Kamchatka, Russia   Image Tolbachik volcano in central Kamchatka, Russia (Image 3)
Updated January 8, 2016
Ultra-soft elastomer fabricated by crosslinking bottlebrush polymers has no entanglements   Image New ultra-soft, dry silicone rubber
Updated January 7, 2016
New nanotechnology promises to make surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy simpler and affordable   Image New sensing technology developed
Updated January 7, 2016
Researchers have developed a technique to assemble nanoparticles into filaments in liquid   Image Sandcastles inspire new nanoparticle binding technique (Image 2)
Updated January 6, 2016
Magnetic field built up by dynamo action in core of a rapidly rotating, collapsed star   Image Simulation shows key to building powerful magnetic fields
Updated January 6, 2016
A warthog in Kenya's Samburu National Reserve   Image Many large animals in Africa tried grass, but many switched diets (Image 5)
Updated January 6, 2016
A zebra grazes on grass at Kenyas Lake Nakuru National Park   Image Many large animals in Africa tried grass, but many switched diets (Image 4)
Updated January 6, 2016
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