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Researchers are using satellite imaging to map groundwater use in California's Central Valley.
An aerial view of Belem, Brazil, a city situated along the Amazon Delta in northeastern Brazil.
Recent boreal wildfires are changing forest communities in interior Alaska.
Chile's Laguna La Brava, where researchers found clues about how early life on Earth used arsenic.
Maximum sizes of non-planktivorous sharks in the Lamniformes: modern (gray), extinct (black).
NSF has supported Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson throughout their efforts.
Scientists have discovered small molecules that could lengthen life.
Researchers are casting a net for nanoparticles for making and testing vaccines and drugs.
Often referred to as "genetic scissors," CRISPR is a powerful gene editing tool.
Light from a star orbiting the black hole at Milky Way's center shifts.
The edge of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
Scientists Le Shi and Bruce Logan examine their newly designed seawater electrolyzer.
Planktonic gastropods, including five sea butterflies (shelled) and two sea angels.
Scientists conducted field work in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Accumulated microplastic fibers are visible under this larval lobster's carapace.