Citizen scientists can help scientists and policy-makers track changes in the environment.
Academy scientists are trying to get coral to spawn in the lab.
Biologists in the Steinhart Aquarium use enrichment and training to keep animals healthy and engaged.
Methuselah is our Australian lungfish—and she just might be the oldest fish in any public aquarium on Earth.
Academy scientists are trying to understand what happens when we reintroduce fire to forests.
We're using genomics to understand more about beetles, seahorses, scorpion venom and other organisms!
Jean DeMouthe was the queen of museum collections, especially geology—gems and minerals.
Academy scientists are working with local scientists in Penang, Malaysia to survey a very special rainforest.
Scorpions are lurking in your backyard (really!). Don't worry, they're relatively harmless (and adorable!).
Highly endangered cycads fetch a high price and the ancient plants are being stolen at an alarming rate.
See why Academy scientists journeyed to the western Pacific to study Palau's surprisingly pristine coral reefs.
The Academy's addition to the Rainforest exhibit creates the perfect conditions for butterflies and moths.