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Icecube And Its Frozen Secrets - Science

What happens in your brain when you get lost or forget something? Johns Hopkins University Neuroscientist Amy Shelton believes she can find the answer. With funding from the National Science ...

What happens in your brain when you get lost or forget something? Johns Hopkins University Neuroscientist Amy Shelton believes she ...

What happens in your brain when you get lost or forget something? Johns ...

Icecube And Its Frozen Secrets - Science Nation

For more than a decade—in the most inhospitable place on Earth-- scientists have been building an observatory to search for a ghost. The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, supported in part by the National Science Foundation, is a massive telescope embedded in the Antarctic ice near the South Pole. Its aim: to search for elusive subatomic particles called neutrinos that have made their way to earth from distant cosmic events like supernovas and black holes. The telescope is constructed by using ...

For more than a decade—in the most inhospitable place on Earth-- scientists have been building an observatory to search for a ghost. The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, supported in part by the National Science Foundation, is a massive telescope embedded in the Antarctic ice near ...

For more than a decade—in the most inhospitable place on Earth-- scientists have been building an observatory to search for a ghost. The IceCube ...

Surgical Robotics - Science Nation

We're stepping into the future of medicine with a look at the surgical robotics being developed at the Johns Hopkins Engineering Research Center for Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology. Here, engineers are designing less invasive surgical techniques and robots that a decade ago may have seemed like science fiction. Some are already being used in O-R's around the world. Many of these techniques are leading to significantly quicker and less painful recoveries while giving surgeons more flexibility than ever before. ...

We're stepping into the future of medicine with a look at the surgical robotics being developed at the Johns Hopkins Engineering Research Center for Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology. Here, engineers are designing less invasive surgical techniques and robots that a decade ago may have ...

We're stepping into the future of medicine with a look at the surgical robotics being developed at the Johns Hopkins Engineering Research Center for Computer-Integrated ...

Signing Made Easy - Science Nation

Experts say learning sign language is on par with an English speaker trying to learn Japanese. It's not easy. And for this reason about 75% of hearing parents can't sign fluently to their deaf children. Thad Starner, director of the Contextual Computing Group at Georgia Tech, and his team are developing devices to bridge this communication gap. With funding from the National Science Foundation, they're making it easier for both kids and parents to learn sign language. In fact, the devices ...

Experts say learning sign language is on par with an English speaker trying to learn Japanese. It's not easy. And for this reason about 75% of hearing parents can't sign fluently to their deaf children. Thad Starner, director of the Contextual Computing Group at Georgia Tech, ...

Experts say learning sign language is on par with an English speaker trying to learn Japanese. It's not easy. And for this reason about 75% of ...

Brain Positioning System: Bps - Science Nation

What happens in your brain when you get lost or forget something? Johns Hopkins University Neuroscientist Amy Shelton believes she can find the answer. With funding from the National Science Foundation, she's testing human spatial recognition. Study subjects learn and recall their way around a virtual maze while an MRI scans their brains. By analyzing MRI images of blood flow in the human Shelton can get a picture of how the brain learns and recalls the spatial world outside the ...

What happens in your brain when you get lost or forget something? Johns Hopkins University Neuroscientist Amy Shelton believes she can find the answer. With funding from the National Science Foundation, she's testing human spatial recognition. Study subjects learn and recall their way around a ...

What happens in your brain when you get lost or forget something? Johns Hopkins University Neuroscientist Amy Shelton believes she can find the answer. With ...

Hidden Oil And Gas Plumes In The Gulf - Science Nation

Will the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico create dead zones? That's the concern of University of Georgia marine scientist Samantha Joye. She's headed to the gulf to investigate how the oil and methane gas discharged by the BP Deepwater Horizon spill is impacting the ocean microbes that live there. We've all seen the images of dying animals and fouled wetlands, but Joye is focused on the less obvious but equally damaging impact on micro-organism populations that play an ...

Will the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico create dead zones? That's the concern of University of Georgia marine scientist Samantha Joye. She's headed to the gulf to investigate how the oil and methane gas discharged by the BP Deepwater Horizon spill is impacting ...

Will the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico create dead zones? That's the concern of University of Georgia marine scientist Samantha Joye. She's headed ...

Citizen Science - Science Nation

With help from the National Science Foundation, Cornell University's Ornithology Lab is tracking bird breeding biology and the impact of climate change on bird populations. Some of the best information they are getting is from dedicated citizen scientists who provide critical data on what kinds of birds are nesting where, the number of eggs laid, and the number of chicks hatched. These volunteers can do this across the continent, over long periods of time. Laura Burkholder, project leader for the ...

With help from the National Science Foundation, Cornell University's Ornithology Lab is tracking bird breeding biology and the impact of climate change on bird populations. Some of the best information they are getting is from dedicated citizen scientists who provide critical data on what kinds ...

With help from the National Science Foundation, Cornell University's Ornithology Lab is tracking bird breeding biology and the impact of climate change on bird populations. ...

Make Way For Ducklings - Science Nation

What happens to the size and health of ducklings if their mothers have to leave the nests for long periods of time to get food? That's what Bill Hopkins, a fisheries and wildlife professor, hopes to find out, with support from the National Science Foundation. Hopkins' research team at Virginia Tech, including wildlife Ph.D. student Sarah DuRant, is studying how environmental factors influence hatchlings, incubation and overall survival of wild ducks. We'll hear more about their research on a ...

What happens to the size and health of ducklings if their mothers have to leave the nests for long periods of time to get food? That's what Bill Hopkins, a fisheries and wildlife professor, hopes to find out, with support from the National Science Foundation. ...

What happens to the size and health of ducklings if their mothers have to leave the nests for long periods of time to get food? ...

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