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2004 Semifinalists

Photography
Cytoskeleton of Taxol-Treated Fribroblasts - Svetlana Rubtsova and Tatiana Moizhess - Belozersky Inst. for Physical & Chemical Biology Moscow State University
Pasture of Instabilities - Linda M. Strzegowski and Ting Xu - University of Massachusetts
Inducible Defenses in Daphnia longicephala - Christian Laforsch - Uni-Muenchen, Dept. of Biology, Germany
Antarctic Diatom Chain - Dee Breger - Drexel University
Moth Phalera in UV Light - Frantisek Weyda - Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
Sunspots - Robert J. Vanderbei - Princeton University
Growth Arrow - Marina Voinova - Chalmers University of Technology
Visualization of Spreading Coefficient - Carol Pfeffer - Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.
Silence After Storm - Dan Timus, David Bradley, Florin Scarlat, and Elena Cirstea - Str. Crisana, Bucharest, Romania
Autofluorescence of Tick Nymph on a Mammalian Host - Marna E. Ericson - University of Minnesota-Dermatology
Illustration
Science and Beauty of Witch - Dan Timus, David Bradley, Florin Scarlat, and Elena Cirstea - Str. Crisana, Bucharest, Romania
Spiral IV - Kenneth Eward - BioGrafx Scientific & Medical Images
Nucleus with Nuclear Pore Complex - Samir S. Patel - Stanford University
Perception of the Extreme Unseen - Jon-Henrik Anderson - University of Michigan
Water Permeation Through Aquaporins - Emad Tajkhorshid and Klaus Schulten - University of Illinois @ Urbana-Champaign
R&D Systems 2004 Catalog - Jennifer Harrington, Rita Nistler, Jennifer McGoogan, Erin Pascoe, and Daphne Orlando - R&D Systems, Inc.
The Bionic Patient - Shayne Davidson, Kathryn M. Moody, Richard F. Krupinski, and Marie Frost - University of Michigan
Micro Intracortical Neural Interface Prototype Illustration - Jamille Hetke, Christopher Burke, and Daryl Kipke - University of Michigan
Artificial Moth - Frantisek Weyda - Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
Informational Graphics
Mt. Etna - David Fierstein
The Importance of Context in Genetics - Chris Brodie, H. Frederick Nijhout, Tom Dunne, and Emma Skurnick - American Scientist Magazine
Ca++ Ions Drive Cardiac Pumping Activity - Dale Dubin and Paul Heinrich
The Trails of Terrorism Research in Scientific Literature (1990-2003) - Chaomei Chen - Drexel University
Sun-Earth Theme - Steele Hill - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
HWY (Shear) Glyph - Youssef Hashash and Jeremy Butkovich - Univ. of Illinois @ Urbana-Champlain
Signal Transduction Pathways - Saroj Sahn, Safya Mishra, and Samik Singh - Protein Lounge
Interactive Media
Clustering Patterns of Handwritten Digits - Dinoj Surendran - University of Chicago
How Many Galaxies Are There In the Universe - Mark SubbaRao and Daniela Rosner - Adler Planetarium
RNAi: A Ballet of Molecular Machines - Doug Huff, Beth Anderson, Simon Fenwick, N. Leigh Anderson, and Norman G. Anderson - Arkitek Studios
Cleaning Water Interactive - David Harwell - American Chemical Society
Flu Shot - Sanja Saftic, Bastiaan VanRooden, Matthias Amberg, and Renzo Haettenschwiler - Berna Biotech AG, Switzerland
Neuromuscular Junction Simulation - Kristin Henry and Phyllis Pugh - GalaxyGoo
Brachial Plexus - Paul E. Bigeleisen - Strong Memorial Hospital
HWY (Shear) Glyph - Youssef Hashash and Jeremy Butkovich - Univ. of Illinois @ Urbana-Champlain
Regions of Earth's Magnetosphere - Steven Deyo, Thomas Holzer, Dolores Kiessling, and Dwight Owens - Comet/UCAR
Non-interactive Media
Visual Evidence through Animation to Support the Claim of Upright Gait in Australopithecus Afarensis (Lucy) - Elizabeth A. Halasz - Cleveland Institute of Art
The Elbe-River Flood 2002 - Nils Sparwasser, Thomas Ruppert, and Adelheid Craulsner - German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Amaryllis Time Lapse - Mark Sullivan
Bat Intercepts Flying Insect - Cynthia F. Moss and Kaushik Ghose - University of Maryland, College Park
The Nature of Two-Dimensional Turbulence - Mark R. Petersen, Keith Julien, and Jeffrey B. Weiss - University of Colorado - Boulder
Into the Nucleus - Samir S. Patel - Stanford University
Meta Crystal - Anselm Spoerri - Rutgers University
Formation of Earth's Magnetosphere - Steven Deyo, Thomas Holzer, Dolores Kiessling, and Dwight Owens - Comet/UCAR
AIMS: An Immersidata Management System - Cyrus Shahabi and Kambiz Ghahremani - USC, Computer Science Dept.
Spatio Temporal Arboviral Surveillance in Florida During 2003 - Gregory Ross, Jonathan Day, and Roxanne Rutledge-Connelly - University of Florida/IFAS/ Florida Medical Entomology Lab
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