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Image of Test Board for a Computer

Image of Test Board for a Computer
Intentional fault injection into microprocessor hardware is an important threat to the embedded computers and microcontrollers that secure the nation's information technology infrastructure. Virginia ...

Contact: Aaron Dubrow
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National Science Foundation

Asteroid Univofutah

Asteroid Univofutah
This sequence of low-resolution telescope images (the best that are available) shows an asteroid discovered in 2008 as a tiny dot (with an arrow pointing toward it) as it moves across the sky against ...

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University of Utah

Neural Tissue

Neural Tissue
Inside wells about a fifth the size of a dime, a team from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research grew neural tissues from a combination of cell types that ...

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An Antarctic Fish

An Antarctic Fish
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National Science Foundation

Tectonostratigrahpic Diagram of the Colorado Front Range

Tectonostratigrahpic Diagram of the Colorado Front Range
This is a tectonostratigrahpic diagram of the Colorado Front Range from Figure 3 of Siddoway and Gehrels.

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Geological Society of America

Hand Sample of Tava Sandstone

Hand Sample of Tava Sandstone
This is a hand sample of Tava sandstone; from Figure 2 of Siddoway and Gehrels.

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Geological Society of America

Interactive Map Reveals Rooftop Reflectance for Five California Cities

Interactive Map Reveals Rooftop Reflectance for Five California Cities
Berkeley Lab scientists use aerial imagery to create an interactive map that displays the solar reflectance (also known as albedo) of individual roofs in Bakersfield, Long Beach, Los Angeles, San ...

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Damselfly

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A new Dartmouth study shows for the first time that damselflies and other insects' fear of their predators, in addition to temperature, ultimately limits how fast they grow.

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Dartmouth College

Microplastics

Microplastics
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McGill University

Collecting <I>Sargassum</I> Seaweed in the Middle of the Atlantic Ocean

Collecting Sargassum Seaweed in the Middle of the Atlantic Ocean
During three expeditions to the Sargasso Sea, researchers collected Sargassum rafts using a dip net, then counted the animals living in these rafts.

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