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President Barack Obama Talks with PECASE Recipients at the White House

President Barack Obama Talks with PECASE Recipients at the White House
President Barack Obama talks with the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) recipients in the East Room of the White House, April 14, 2014.

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National Science Foundation

NSF Director France Córdova and Deputy Director Cora Marrett Met with 2014 PECASE Awardees

NSF Director France Córdova and Deputy Director Cora Marrett Met with 2014 PECASE Awardees
NSF Director France Córdova and Deputy Director Cora Marrett meet with 2104 PECASE awardees at NSF before they head over to meet President Obama at the White House.

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National Science Foundation

NSF Director France Córdova Addresses 2014 PECASE Awardees at a Gathering at the NSF

NSF Director France Córdova Addresses 2014 PECASE Awardees at a Gathering at the NSF
NSF Director France Córdova addresses 2014 PECASE awardees at a gathering at the National Science Foundation. Earlier in the day, she presented medals to NSF-funded awardees. After this reception...

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National Science Foundation

<i>Atelopus varius</i>, a Frog Species Presumed Extinct in Costa Rica but Later Rediscovered

Atelopus varius, a Frog Species Presumed Extinct in Costa Rica but Later Rediscovered
Atelopus varius was previously widespread and common in Costa Rica. It was last seen in 1991 during the mass amphibian declines, subsequently rediscovered more than ten years later. There are ...

Contact: Sandra Leander
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Arizona State University

<I>Sturnira</I>

Sturnira
This is Sturnira new species No. 3 (not yet described) from eastern Peru, photographed by B. D. Patterson, Field Museum of Natural History.

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Lunar Eclipse, April 15, 2014

Lunar Eclipse, April 15, 2014
This was taken during the lunar eclipse on April 15, 2014.

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National Science Foundation

Lunar Eclipse and Stars in the Sky

Lunar Eclipse and Stars in the Sky
Lunar eclipse and more! Mars shines bright in the upper right of the image, and the star Spica from the constellation Virgo is below the moon. Additionally, 76 Virginis is just barely above the moon, ...

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Lunar Eclipse over Tucson

Lunar Eclipse over Tucson
The lunar eclipse over Tucson, Ariz.

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National Science Foundation

Mentor and Students

Mentor and Students
UI mathematics professor and UCEM principal investigator Philip Kutzko has a distinguished history of minority mentoring, having been honored with a national mentoring award by President Obama in 2009...

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University of Iowa

SBMA

SBMA
This is a graphic of the SBMA mouse model.

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University of California - San Diego

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