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Chemists Celebrate Earth Day: Showcasing the Scientists Who Keep Our Water Safe (Video)

Chemists Celebrate Earth Day: Showcasing the Scientists Who Keep Our Water Safe (Video)
Water is arguably the most important resource on the planet. In celebration of Earth Day, the American Chemical Society is showcasing three scientists whose research keeps water safe, clean and ...

Contact: Michael Bernstein
m_bernstein@acs.org
202-872-6042
American Chemical Society

Compton Tucker Receives a Vega Medal from Carl XVI Gustaf, the King of Sweden

Compton Tucker Receives a Vega Medal from Carl XVI Gustaf, the King of Sweden
Climate scientist Compton Tucker receives a Vega Medal from Carl XVI Gustaf, the king of Sweden on April 14, 2014.

Contact: Ed Campion
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Self-Healed Glass Fiber-Reinforced Composite

Self-Healed Glass Fiber-Reinforced Composite
This is an optical microscope image of healed fracture surface showing landscape of ruptured glass fibers (left) and a portion covered with polymerized healing agents (right).

Contact: August Cassens
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Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology

3-D Microvascular Networks for Self-Healing Composites

3-D Microvascular Networks for Self-Healing Composites
(a) X-ray computed micro-tomographic image reconstructions of "herringbone" (top) and "parallel" (bottom) vascular networks; (b) Fluorescent images of resin (red) and hardener (green) healing agent ...

Contact: August Cassens
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Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology

Tilted Orbits

Tilted Orbits
Tilted orbits might make some planets wobble like a top that's almost done spinning, an effect that could maintain liquid water on the surface.

Contact: Liz Zubritsky
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Feng Zhang in His Laboratory with Graduate Student Patrick Hsu

Feng Zhang in His Laboratory with Graduate Student Patrick Hsu
Feng Zhang, an investigator at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT and a core member of the Broad Institute, in his laboratory with graduate student Patrick Hsu.

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National Science Foundation

MIT Graduate Student Silvana Konermann and Feng Zhang in His Lab

MIT Graduate Student Silvana Konermann and Feng Zhang in His Lab
Feng Zhang, an investigator at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT and a core member of the Broad Institute, in his laboratory with graduate student.

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National Science Foundation

Miami Skyline along Biscayne Bay

Miami Skyline along Biscayne Bay
The skyline of downtown Miami along Biscayne Bay: What will it look like in 20, 50, 100 years?

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National Science Foundation

High-Water Marks on the Wall of Miami Building

High-Water Marks on the Wall of Miami Building
High-water marks on the wall of a Miami building: How high will sea level rise?

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National Science Foundation

Tide-Measuring Station at Key West, Fla.

Tide-Measuring Station at Key West, Fla.
This tide-measuring station at Key West, Fla., tracks sea level.

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National Science Foundation

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