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From Jungle to Lab: The Study of Life's...
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San Francisco's Exploratorium showcases the work of researchers at the Natural History Museum in London and Las Cuevas Biological Station in Belize, who are investigating the nature and diversity of life. From Jungle to Lab is part of the Exploratorium's Origin Project, created to explain how scientists explore "the beginnings of the universe, of matter, of the earth, and of life itself." This well-designed Web site contains loads of multimedia features, such as a slide show of Las Cuevas (including a 360 view of the biological station), video and audio clips of researchers explaining their work, Web casts, and much more. The contents of this site are thoughtfully organized and skillfully...
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CondorKids
North America's largest bird, the California condor, came perilously close to extinction in the early 1980s when their total population numbered only 22...
Ancient Asia: Journal of the...
The open-access journal Ancient Asia, published by Ubiquity Press, is the official publication of the Society of South Asian Archaeology. In addition to...
Plants and Pipettes Podcast
Readers curious about the world of scientific research, particularly molecular plant biology, may want to check out Plants and Pipettes. First launched in...
TeachEngineering: Trebuchet Design...
STEM teachers looking for a hands-on unit to pique their students' interest in engineering may want to check out this activity available through...
Climate Feedback
Media attention to climate change has been increasing over the past several years, but not all articles on the subject are entirely accurate, and it can...



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