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NASA's Veggie Control System

The Veggie Control System is a plant experiment first conducted at NASA Kennedy’s Space Station Processing Facility (SSPF) before it takes flight on the International Space Station (ISS). (Photo credit: NASA/Cory Huston)

Navy Officer Welds a Watertight Door for Shipboard

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Robert Salatino, assigned to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center, welds a watertight door for shipboard use at Naval Station Norfolk, Va., Oct. 17, 2019. (Photo credit: Derry Todd, U.S. Navy)

FAA CAMI FlexSim

FAA CAMI’s Flexible Aircraft Cabin Simulator (FlexSim). (Photo credit: IZone Crew at CAMI)

NIH collaboration chart

The collaboration will align aggressive, high-reward research efforts to accelerate progress on shared gene-based strategies (depicted in green) to cure sickle cell disease and HIV that are available globally including in low-resource settings, while continuing to invest in other parallel research efforts on cures for these two diseases outside of the collaboration. Image credit: NIH

USDA-ARS-pulverizedpaper

Pulverized paper spread evenly over plots. (Photo courtesy of Ryan Busby, U.S. Army)

(Photo credit: USGS)

The image depicts a marine organism, Clavelina sp.

Photo taken by the Coral Reef Research Foundation under contract to the Natural Products Branch, National Cancer Institute

The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory’s Michelson Interferometer for Global High-Resolution Thermospheric Imaging (MIGHTI) payload launched on NASA’s Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) mission to study the effects of terrestrial weather and solar influences on the Earth’s ionosphere from a height of about 350 miles. (Photo credit: NASA)

Fusion rendering by PPPL

Depiction by Eliot Feibush/PPPL and Julian Kates-Harbeck/Harvard University

Each technology presented at the 2019 Technology Innovation Showcase at ORNL shows promise as a breakthrough with significant commercial potential. (Photo credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy)

Researchers from the RDCRN-supported Myasthenia Gravis Rare Disease Network are studying rare, chronic autoimmune diseases that affect how well nerves and muscles communicate with each other. Neuromuscular junctions, where motor nerves (green) send signals to muscles (red), are shown here. (Photo credit: Xiangyang Zhang, Ph.D., The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences)

AFRL scientist working on WFOV system technology

Photo credit: AFRL/RW

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