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Bad 'Bee-havior'

Bad 'Bee-havior'
This is a native Australian sugarbee.

Contact: Niki Widdowson
n.widdowson@qut.edu.au
61-731-382-999
Queensland University of Technology

Southern White Rhinoceros

Southern White Rhinoceros
This is a Southern white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) in an undisclosed game reserve, South Africa.

Contact: Enrico Di Minin
enrico.di.minin@helsinki.fi
358-503-185-717
University of Helsinki

BOFFFFs (Big, Old, Fat, Fertile, Female Fish) Sustain Fisheries

BOFFFFs (Big, Old, Fat, Fertile, Female Fish) Sustain Fisheries
This is a a big (1.1 m), old (ca.100 years), fat (27.2 kg), fertile female fish, in this case a shortraker rockfish (Sebastes borealis) taken off Alaska. New research from the University of ...

Contact: Mark Hixon
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808-956-6427
University of Hawaii at Manoa

140 GHz Transmitter Chip

140 GHz Transmitter Chip
The photo shows the 140 GHz transmitter chip, containing an I-Q modulator, a 3-stage amplifier, and a x3 frequency multiplier for the local oscillator. The chip was designed by Sona Carpenter, Herbert...

Contact: Johanna Wilde
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46-317-722-029
Chalmers University of Technology

Vocabulary

Vocabulary
A rich vocabulary can protect against cognitive impairment.

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FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology

Fluorescent Tarantula Probe for Potassium Ion Channels

Fluorescent Tarantula Probe for Potassium Ion Channels
The video shows the imaging capabilities of the fluorescent tarantula toxin probe to observe the Kv2 potassium ion channels 'turning on' in live nerve cells. The cell on the left was kept at a ...

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University of California - Davis Health System

Skin Cells and Neurons

Skin Cells and Neurons
Scientists have described a way to convert human skin cells directly into a specific type of brain cell affected by Huntington's disease, an ultimately fatal neurodegenerative disorder. Unlike other ...

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Washington University School of Medicine

POLARBEAR on the Huan Tran Telescope

POLARBEAR on the Huan Tran Telescope
This is the Huan Tran Telescope in the Atacama Desert of Chile. The POLARBEAR microwave bolometers are mounted on the telescope to study the polarization of light from a period 380,000 years after the...

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University of California - Berkeley

Seed Experiment Cassette

Seed Experiment Cassette
Tiny Arabidopsis thaliana seeds are visible as a dotted line across the membrane that is sealed inside of an experiment cassette.

Contact: Laura Niles
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NASA/Johnson Space Center

Stephen Martin, NASA/Johnson Space Center

Stephen Martin, NASA/Johnson Space Center
Hardware integration engineer Stephen Martin places experiment cassettes that contain Arabidopsis thaliana seeds into a unique Ames equipment assembly for Seedling Growth-2. The assembly's ...

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NASA/Johnson Space Center

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