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Scientist Tom Metz loads samples into a mass spectrometer at the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, a DOE national scientific user facility at PNNL.
Contact: Tom Rickey
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
3D-Printed Dermascope for $2
This is a photo of imaging the top epidermis layer with single hair strands and follicles using the prototype dermascope on a Nexus 4 Smartphone camera.
Contact: Angela Stark
The Optical Society
Droplet Lenses Cost Less than a Penny
This photo shows a set of droplet lenses on a microscope coverslip held up by ANU researcher Steve Lee.
This photo shows a single droplet lens suspended on a fingertip.
Alligator Snapping Turtle
Despite their heavy armor and fearsome jaws, alligator snapping turtles have been decimated by habitat destruction, overharvesting, illegal pet trade, water pollution and other assaults. New research ...
Contact: Joshua Brown
University of Vermont
Congo Rainforest: A Browning Trend
In the Congo rainforest, a browning trend (brown) dominates smaller areas that show a greening trend (green) during April, May and June each year from 2000 to 2012.
Contact: Kathryn Hansen
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
An International Look at Hand-to-Mouth Households
In eight countries studied, Princeton University and New York University researchers found there were more wealthy hand-to-mouth researchers than poor hand-to-mouth researchers.
Contact: Michael Hotchkiss
Along with a human partner option, two software-generated partners were used during Feltz's study. This image represents one of the cyber buddy options.
Contact: Sarina Gleason
Michigan State University
The five cross-shaped devices are the Xmon variant of the transmon qubit placed in a linear array.
Contact: Julie Cohen
University of California - Santa Barbara
Control Signals for All Five Qubits.
These are control signals for all five qubits.
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