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Sara Schmitt, Oregon State University
Researcher Sara Schmitt works with a child; Schmitt conducted research on a self-regulation intervention as a doctoral student at Oregon State University.
Contact: Megan McClelland
Oregon State University
Stachys caroliniana Wide Shot
The Stachys caroliniana population on Cat Island continues to thrive to this day.
Contact: Steven Powell
University of South Carolina
Stachys caroliniana Widest Shot
University of South Carolina professor John Nelson, curator of the A.C. Moore Herbarium, worked with Douglas Rayner to establish S. carolinana as a new species.
Stachys caroliniana has been found in two populations in South Carolina, both located near the Santee River.
The research team attaches a GPS collar to a leopard.
Contact: Stephen Sautner
Wildlife Conservation Society
Figure 1, Chapter 1, J.W. Horton et al.
This is a map showing the epicenters of earthquakes in eastern North America having moment magnitude (Mw) 5.8 and greater.
Contact: Kea Giles
Geological Society of America
Drugs from Extremophiles
Discovery of the first functional antibacterial gene in Archaea suggests that life's extremists may be an untapped source of antibacterial drugs.
Contact: David Salisbury
This is a hydraulic fracture created in silty clay.
Contact: Lawrence C. Murdoch
Polyethylene Mulch, Glazing Create Optimal Conditions for Soil Solarization
Researchers found that soil solarization was most effective when moist soil was covered tightly with polyethylene inside a high tunnel covered with glazing.
Contact: Michael W. Neff
American Society for Horticultural Science
Powered Prosthetic Devices
Dr. Helen Huang's work at North Carolina State University focuses on technology that translates electrical signals in human muscle into signals that control powered prosthetic limbs.
Contact: Matt Shipman
North Carolina State University
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