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Recent hatches highlight the success of captive breeding programs in sustaining genetically healthy populations.
iNaturalist.org's new series of maps connects the network's community to the natural world like never before.
Dr. Michelle Trautwein lends fly expertise to study on the evolution of insects.
Celebrate the winter holidays with a scientific twist from November 26, 2014 – January 4, 2015
The Osher Fellows program is an extension of more than 30 years of support from the Bernard Osher Foundation.
Meet our new fellows and emeritus curators.
Meet the new members of our board of trustees.
San Francisco residents can enjoy fall and spring free admission weekends at the California Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Michelle Trautwein becomes the Academy's newest curator and Schlinger Chair of Dipterology.
A team led by Academy curator David Blackburn is awarded grant to support biodiversity research in Africa.
An Academy researcher has taken another promising step toward developing a universal snakebite antidote.
The value of scientific collections is vast and their impact on populations is minimal.
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