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These robots get their inspiration from nature.
New dating techniques have brought the impact and mass extinction events within a “gnat’s eyebrow.”
How does science work? Kind of like a pinball machine. Check it out! The Academy’s Charles Griswold takes us through the process of science with an exciting new spider discovery.
The Advanced Light Source is a particle accelerator in the Berkeley hills that produces X-rays to look at all types of things– from plants and bones to proteins and crystals.
Did you know there are 7,000 different kinds of amphibians? Learn more with this fun music video! Song by Conor Loughridge and the Wiggly Tendrils.
Two large earthquakes that occurred in the Indian Ocean last April seem to be triggering much more than shaking.
AmphibiaWeb now boasts 7,000 species! Now that’s something to sing about…
Some recent headlines offer updates to stories we’ve run in the past few months.