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'Lemur Diaries' Go Digital

'Lemur Diaries' Go Digital
Duke Lemur Center had made 48 years of primate data available online.

Contact: Robin Ann Smith
ras10@duke.edu
919-668-4544
National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent)

Time-Lapse Videos Of Caenorhabditis Hermaphrodites After Mating

Time-Lapse Videos Of Caenorhabditis Hermaphrodites After Mating
These are time-lapse videos of Caenorhabditis hermaphrodites that were (A) mated with the same species and (B) mated with a different species. Male sperm were fluorescently labeled and appear ...

Contact: Abby Robinson
abbyr@umd.edu
301-405-5845
University of Maryland

<i>Chrysomya megacephala</i> (2 of 3)

Chrysomya megacephala (2 of 3)
This video depicts Chrysomya megacephala larvae on decomposing fish.

Contact: Dr. S. Janarthanan
janas_09@yahoo.co.in
Pensoft Publishers

NASA and USGS's Landsat Satellite's Global Perspective

NASA and USGS's Landsat Satellite's Global Perspective
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the 1972 launch of the Landsat 1 spacecraft, this is a "greatest hits" montage of Landsat data. Throughout the decades, the Landsat satellites have given us a ...

Contact: Rani Gran
rani.c.gran@nasa.gov
301-286-2483
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

AY Sextantis

AY Sextantis

Zoom into an artist's rendering of AY Sextantis, a binary star system whose pulsar switched from radio emissions to high-energy gamma rays in 2013. This transition likely means the pulsar's spin-up...

Contact: Francis Reddy
francis.j.reddy@nasa.gov
301-286-4453
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Art of Science 2014 Video

Art of Science 2014 Video
This compilation reel gives a glimpse of each of 12 videos in the 2014 Princeton Art of Science exhibit. Each of these videos can be viewed in full, accompanied by descriptions on our Youtube channel...

Contact: Teresa Riordan
triordan@princeton.edu
609-258-9754
Princeton University, Engineering School

Video: Tropomodulin on An Actin Filament

Video: Tropomodulin on An Actin Filament
This is a representation of the atomic structure of tropomodulin at the minus end of the actin filament in muscle sarcomeres. Tropomodulin interacts with the first three actin subunits of the filament...

Contact: Karen Kreeger
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University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Chemists Develop New Process for Producing Cleaner, Cheaper Diesel Fuel

Chemists Develop New Process for Producing Cleaner, Cheaper Diesel Fuel
Diesel -- we know it best as the fuel that does the heavy lifting.

Typically, diesel fuel is made from crude oil, but scientists can make high-grade diesel from coal, natural gas, plants or even...

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National Science Foundation

Kickstarting Schizophrenia Research at Cardiff University

Kickstarting Schizophrenia Research at Cardiff University
The discovery of over a hundred genetic risk factors linked to schizophrenia provides vital new clues in understanding what causes the condition and will kick-start the search for new treatments, ...

Contact: Heath Jeffries
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Cardiff University

 <i>C. crescentus</i> Bacteria

C. crescentus Bacteria
The cellular bodies of C. crescentus bacteria follow a helical trajectory as they swim. Researchers have shown that the motion generates thrust. Before this, it was thought that the cell body ...

Contact: Kevin Stacey
kevin_stacey@brown.edu
401-863-3766
Brown University

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