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The National Science Foundation and the Journal Science invite you to participate in the 2005
Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge
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2004 Honorable Mention Interactive Media - Brachial Plexus - Paul Bigeleisen, Strong Memorial Hospital 2004 1st Place Non-interactive Media - Bat Intercepts Flying Insect - Cynthia F. Moss and Kaushik Ghose University of Maryland, College Park 2004 1st Place Illustration - Water Permeation Through Aquaporins - Emad Tajkhorshid and Klaus Schulten Theorectical & Computational Biophysics Group, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2004 1st Place Photography - Autofluorescence of Tick Nymph on a Mammalian Host - Marna E. Ericson, University of Minnesota 2004 1st Place Informational Graphics - Mt. Etna - David Fierstein, Felton, CA
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Autofluorescence of Tick Nymph on a Mammalian Host  

Autofluorescence of Tick Nymph on a Mammalian Host
Credit: Marna E. Ericson, University of Minnesota
 
 
 
     
 

 
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