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The UW's dissolving fibers could be spun and placed within an applicator, similar to those used to insert a tampon. The inset image shows the quick-release fibers magnified 5,000 times.

Contact: Michelle Ma
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University of Washington

Time Comparisons

Time Comparisons
Two of the UW's fibers (white) made of different ingredients are shown dissolving. When the materials come into contact with moisture, they rapidly hydrate and dissolve to form gels. The gel could ...

Contact: Michelle Ma
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University of Washington

Beth Falwell Prepares a Sample

Beth Falwell Prepares a Sample
Ph.D. candidate Beth Falwell prepares a sample.

Contact: Andrew S. Mount
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Clemson University

Andrew Mount, Clemson University

Andrew Mount, Clemson University
This image shows Dr. Mount at the optical microscope.

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Clemson University

Supportive Moms and Sisters Boost Female Baboon's Rank

Supportive Moms and Sisters Boost Female Baboon's Rank
Baboon females rise in rank with a little help from their moms and sisters.

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Duke University

Many Depressed Preschoolers Still Suffer in Later School Years

Many Depressed Preschoolers Still Suffer in Later School Years
Using a two-way mirror, Washington University researchers observe children from preschool age through middle school. In a new study, they found that children who had depression as preschoolers were 2....

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Washington University School of Medicine

Composition of Standard White Light and Light Enriched with Blue (1 of 2)

Composition of Standard White Light and Light Enriched with Blue (1 of 2)
On the left, the spectrum of the white light consists of roughly equal parts of red and green (about 40 percent), then blue (12 percent) and infrared waves (4 percent). On the right, the proportions ...

Contact: Claude Gronfier
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INSERM (Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale)

Composition of Standard White Light and Light Enriched with Blue (2 of 2)

Composition of Standard White Light and Light Enriched with Blue (2 of 2)
On the left, the spectrum of the white light consists of roughly equal parts of red and green (about 40 percent), then blue (12 percent) and infrared waves (4 percent). On the right, the proportions ...

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claude.gronfier@inserm.fr
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INSERM (Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale)

The Dinosaur Lineage that Evolved into Birds

The Dinosaur Lineage that Evolved into Birds
The dinosaur lineage that evolved into birds shrank in body size continuously for 50 million years. From left to right are: the ancestral neotheropod (~220 Million years old), the ancestral tetanuran...

Contact: Glenn Harris
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University of Southampton

The Feathered Dinosaur <i>Microraptor</i>

The Feathered Dinosaur Microraptor
Meet the ancestors: The feathered dinosaur Microraptor pounces on a nest of primitive birds (Sinornis). Both species lived during the Cretaceous Period (~120 million years ago) in what is now ...

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University of Southampton

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