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Photo: Mikkel Høegh Post, Natural History Museum of Denmark
Photo: Mikkel Høegh Post, Natural History Museum of Denmark

Using DNA microscopy (bottom), scientists can accurately reconstruct an image of cells captured with a fluorescence microscope (top). Scale bar = 100 micrometers. Credit: J. Weinstein ./ 2019
Using DNA microscopy (bottom), scientists can accurately reconstruct an image of cells captured with a fluorescence microscope (top). Scale bar = 100 micrometers. Credit: J. Weinstein ./ 2019

Visitors look at a model of a Saturn V rocket and its launch umbilical tower, which were used during the Apollo moon-landing program, at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. Fifty years ago this July 20, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon.
Visitors look at a model of a Saturn V rocket and its launch umbilical tower, which were used during the Apollo moon-landing program, at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. Fifty years ago this July 20, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon.



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UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab researchers created a new crystal built of a spiraling stack of atomically thin germanium sulfide sheets. Credit: UC Berkeley image by Yin Liu
UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab researchers created a new crystal built of a spiraling stack of atomically thin germanium sulfide sheets. Credit: UC Berkeley image by Yin Liu

Artistic reconstruction of a gregarious community of Ernietta. Credit: Dave Mazierski
Artistic reconstruction of a gregarious community of Ernietta. Credit: Dave Mazierski



Fossil beds of the Nilpena National Heritage Ediacara site. Credit: Scott Evans / UCR
Fossil beds of the Nilpena National Heritage Ediacara site. Credit: Scott Evans / UCR




Credit: CC0 Public Domain
Credit: CC0 Public Domain
Lunar pits could be transformed into future homes for astronauts on the moon.
Lunar pits could be transformed into future homes for astronauts on the moon.
Graphene is made of carbon and is the thinnest material in the universe, only one atom thick. Credit: University of Oklahoma
Graphene is made of carbon and is the thinnest material in the universe, only one atom thick. Credit: University of Oklahoma
Chimney stack: a resin developed by a team at Swansea University could help improve carbon capture materials. Credit: Veeterzy
Chimney stack: a resin developed by a team at Swansea University could help improve carbon capture materials. Credit: Veeterzy
Credit: CC0 Public Domain
Credit: CC0 Public Domain
A pit membrane, the cellular structure linked to slow growth, drought resistance and longevity in ponderosa pines. Credit: Beth Roskilly
A pit membrane, the cellular structure linked to slow growth, drought resistance and longevity in ponderosa pines. Credit: Beth Roskilly


Flock of homing pigeons at the University of Oxford pigeon lofts. Credit: Lucy Taylor
Flock of homing pigeons at the University of Oxford pigeon lofts. Credit: Lucy Taylor