Launched in 2013 by sisters Sarina Peterson (a self-taught cartoonist) and Brianna Rapini (a former biology teacher), the Amoeba Sisters is geared toward high...
Looking for the perfect ways to share your paleontological knowledge with the general public? The Paleontological Society's Education and Outreach Committee's...
Fossil sites are just a click away with Eastern Pacific Invertebrate Communities of the Cenozoic ("EPICC") Virtual Field Experiences. Presented by the...
Jim Allison: Breakthrough tells the story of Allison, the 2018 Nobel Prize in Medicine winning scientist, and his "stubborn [and] visionary quest to find a cure...
The name says it all. At the link above, readers will find 150 science experiments, allowing for enough STEM discoveries to last through spring. These...
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