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Members of the research team collecting core samples in the HRNERR at Piermont wetland. Credit: Dorothy Peteet
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02/17/14
A team member shrouded by wetland grasses in the HRNERR. Credit: Dorothy Peteet
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02/17/14
This shows Professor Large and Professor Maslennikov on the hunt for suitable black shales in Siberia. Credit: University of Tasmania
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02/19/14
Don Pollacco
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02/21/14
Thomas Pierson in his office at Landings Drive in Mountain View in 2002. Image credit Seth Shostak
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02/23/14

Tom Pierson, who founded the SETI Institute and went on to become its Chief Executive Officer for most of the organization’s first thirty years, died on February 20 of cancer. Credit: SETI
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02/23/14
Richard Pearson
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03/01/14
Dr Patricia Sanchez-Baracaldo, Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellow at the University of Bristol. Credit: University of Bristol
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03/01/14
Computer simulations by University of Michigan researchers Pablo Damasceno, Sharon Glotzer, and Michael Engel have shown how entropy can nudge nanoparticles into organized structures. They can even predict what kinds of structures will form. Credit: Laura Rudich / University of Michigan
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03/03/14
Dr. Bill Cooke is the lead for NASA's Meteoroid Environmental Office. Image Credit: NASA
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03/03/14

Rhiannon Blaauw works at NASA's Meteoroid Environmental Office with Dr. Bill Cooke. Image Credit: NASA
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03/03/14
Former undergraduate researcher Elizabeth Lombardi talks with Professor Barbara Demmig-Adams in the greenhouse on the roof of the Ramaley building at the University of Colorado Boulder. Credit: Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado
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03/05/14
Lead author Roman Tartese. Credit: Open University
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03/08/14
Dr. Ceridwen Fraser of the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, Australia. Credit: ANU
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03/12/14
Graham Pearson holds a diamond that contains the water-rich mineral "ringwoodite," a new discovery that yields new clues about the presence of large amounts of water deep beneath the Earth. Credit: Richard Siemens/University of Alberta
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03/21/14

Timothy K. Lu Associate Professor of Biological Engineering and Electrical Engineering at MIT. Credit: MIT
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03/21/14
Allen Chen, lead author and MIT-Harvard MD-PhD student. Credit: MIT
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03/21/14
Josh West, Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California. Credit: USC
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03/26/14
MIT professor of geophysics Daniel Rothman stands next to part of the Xiakou formation in China. His right hand rests on the layer that marks the time of the end-Permian mass extinction event. Samples from this formation provided evidence for large amounts of nickel that were spewed from volcanic activity at this time, 252 million years ago. Credit: Photo courtesy of Daniel Rothman/MIT
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04/04/14
Norman Sleep. Credit: Stanford University
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04/14/14

Donald Lowe. Credit: Stanford University
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04/14/14
“This study shows that the odds of that being caused by natural fluctuations are less than one in a hundred and are likely to be less than one in a thousand,” says physics professor Shaun Lovejoy. Credit: McGill University
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04/16/14
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