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Under the Microscope

Under the Microscope
This image shows brown fat cells under the microscope. Lipids are in red.

Contact: Dr. Alexander Pfeifer
alexander.pfeifer@uni-bonn.de
49-022-828-751-300
University of Bonn

Study Shows Lemurs Use Communal Latrines as Information Exchange Centers

Study Shows Lemurs Use Communal Latrines as Information Exchange Centers
Latrines serve as information exchange centers and promote social bonding in territorial nocturnal animals that do not live in closely-knit groups.

Contact: Joan Robinson
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49-622-148-78130
Springer

Ancient Mountain Site, Brazil

Ancient Mountain Site, Brazil
This image shows the ancient mountain site, Brazil.

Contact: Daniela Rubatto
Daniela.rubatto@anu.edu.au
61-261-255-157
Australian National University

Scientists Find Ancient Mountains that Fed Early Life

Scientists Find Ancient Mountains that Fed Early Life
Scientists from Australian National University reveal how they found a mountain range that fed an explosion of life 600 million years ago. The range stretched 2,500 km across Gondwana from modern west...

Contact: Daniela Rubatto
Daniela.rubatto@anu.edu.au
61-261-255-157
Australian National University

New Catalyst

New Catalyst
The October 2014 cover of ACS Catalysis shows a palladium-iron catalyst and its ability to remove oxygen from m-cresol, which is a model compound for lignin.

Contact: Yoon Wang
wang42@wsu.edu
509-371-6273
Washington State University

Impala

Impala
This image shows impala (antelope), Mpala Research Center, Laikipia, Kenya.

Contact: Heather Amos
heather.amos@ubc.ca
604-822-3213
University of British Columbia

Ebola Particle

Ebola Particle
A study shows mortality from diseases with skin manifestation, including Ebola, is hundreds of times higher in developing countries than in developed countries.

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University of Colorado Denver

Guatemalan Moths

Guatemalan Moths
Washington State University's collection of insects like these Guatemalan moths can be used as a reference to help rebuild native habitat and attract fair-trade coffee buyers from companies like ...

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Washington State University

Nano Medicine

Nano Medicine
The nanomedicine (red) with the optimal size shows the highest tumor tissue (blue) retention integrated over time, which is the collective outcome of deep tumor tissue penetration, efficient cancer ...

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jianjunc@illinois.edu
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University of Illinois College of Engineering

GOES Image of Gonzalo

GOES Image of Gonzalo
On Oct. 15 at 11:15 a.m. EDT NOAA's GOES-East satellite saw Gonzalo had tightly wrapped bands of thunderstorms spiraling into the center of its circulation.

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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

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