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    • Nano Cheese 

      Gardiye Punchihewa, Kasun (2011)
      "This image is related to one of the project in which currently I am involved. This Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) image, obtained using tapping mode, is an array of magnetic nano-triangles for new generation of logic gates ...
    • Nano Scale “Angel Dog” walking on Titania Surface 

      Khosravian, Homa (2011)
      "Titania has wide range of applications including catalysis, solar cells, gas sensor, and ceramics. Because heterogeneous catalysts consist of metal clusters supported on a metal oxide support, this work is based on growing ...
    • Nanomedicine in the 21st Century 

      Brotherton, Jeremy (2010)
      "Nanotechnology is an exciting new technological breakthrough. Although it is still in its initial research stages, its potential is staggering. I have been researching the role nanoparticles can eventually play in the ...
    • Natural Pigment Solutions 

      Newsome, Andrew (2011)
      "Consumer demand for natural food ingredients rather than synthetic has greatly increased in recent decades. As a result, the natural food colorant market has grown to over $1 billion dollars annually. Synthetic food ...
    • Natural Sunscreen 

      Nunnelly, Danielle (2011)
      Our lab investigates how plants respond to different environmental stresses. Such knowledge could yield great agricultural rewards, especially with regard to global climate changes affecting our environment and the current ...
    • Nature, red in tooth and claw 

      Arnold, Erika (2011)
      This image was produced with a scanning electron microscope (SEM). It is a highly magnified view of the tarsal claw on a bat fly’s front leg. These flies are obligate ectoparasites of bats and, as an evolutionary group, ...
    • Neuron 

      Small, Eric (2010)
      "My research project is about Parkinson’s disease, and creating an interactive Adobe Flash® module designed to help those newly diagnosed and their loved ones understand the disease. The module will feature 2d illustrations ...
    • Neurons and Glutamate receptor messenger RNA in Drosophila embryo 

      Ganesan, Subhashree (2009)
      Neurons are cells that make up the circuits inside our brains. A synapse is the point of contact of two neurons, through which they communicate with each other and thereby relay electrical or chemical signals from the ...
    • A New Beginning 

      Isley, Jason (2008)
      This is a digital painting (not photo manipulation) made using Photoshop paint brushes. The image is of a man proudly revealing his prosthetic limb, and likewise a portion of a United States Marine Corps tattoo just beneath ...
    • New Species of Crystallophlomis from Tibet 

      Van De Veire, Jacqueline (2010)
      The principal objective of my dissertation research is to reconstruct the evolutionary history of species in the genus Primula section Crystallophlomis, a lineage of flowering plants endemic to a north temperate biodiversity ...
    • new ways of reading: from printed linearity to hypertexts 

      Fornaciari, Frederica (2011)
      "The printing revolution represented a crucial point in communication history. Monotasking was a fundamental value for the printed society, and deepness was the key to shape knowledge and experience. The printed book, ...
    • The Next Step in Electron Microscopes 

      Berger, Joel (2008)
      This image represents the most cutting edge developments in Dynamic Transmission Electron Micropscopy (DTEM). This frontier work will allow electron microscopes to “see” as fast as modern lasers can. This should allow us ...
    • Non-Finito: Michelangelo's Dilemma 

      Singh, Gobind (2010)
      "For Michelangelo, artistic vision was something well-defined and clear. It was the job of the artist to free the form that already existed within the block of stone. By simply removing that which was not necessary, his ...
    • Normal To Tumor-like Cell Transition 

      Zheng, Yu (2011)
      My research focuses on the role of protein tyrosine kinase 6 (PTK6) in different aspects of cancer. Here is an image taken under fluorescence microscope, with DAPI staining (Blue) showing the nuclei of each BPH1 cell. BPH1 ...
    • Numbed Cell 

      Li, Haitao (2011)
      This image is the three-layer overlay image of the differentiated mouse odontoblasts taken from confocal microscope located in UIC medical school. The first layer is the blue color stained nuclei; the second layer is the ...
    • Obama | One People 

      Vaccari, Andrea (2010)
      "Obama | One People illustrates the provenance of those who traveled from all over the U.S. and the world to Washington D.C. on January 20, 2009 to witness the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the ...
    • On the two-user interference channel with lack of knowledge of the interference codebook at one receiver. Ieee Transactions on Information Theory 

      Dytso, A.; Tuninetti, D.; Devroye, N. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2015-03)
      In multiuser information theory, it is often assumed that every node in the network possesses all codebooks used in the network. This assumption may be impractical in distributed ad hoc, cognitive, or heterogeneous ...
    • The One More Traveled 

      Sergio, Carl (2008)
      My studio design project has been process-driven from the ground up by first creating shape, volume, and experience, and then using circulation and pathways to translate these into a legible building. The A+A building is ...
    • Owl 

      Farcus, Adam (2009)
      I was raised in a rural middle class family, and my work reflects middle class mentalities. I use utilitarian and populist materials and subjects in a way that transforms them from the normal and everyday into the magical, ...
    • Oxygen and Color 

      Luthor, Kristin (2009)
      In the Biomedical Visualization program, we learn about color theory and we use color both for realistic representation and as an element that can be used to attract the viewer’s eye to the most important part of an ...