How can bringing back one butterfly make a difference to local ecosystems and other habitats across the state?
Citizen scientists can help scientists and policy-makers track changes in the environment.
Biologists in Steinhart Aquarium use enrichment and training to keep animals happy, healthy, and engaged.
Follow Academy ant man Brian Fisher's years-long quest to find one ant species in Madagascar.
As we seek to regenerate the natural world, what can we learn from the original stewards of our planet?
Academy researchers have uncovered the mysterious origins of the diminutive, prolific, Antillean whistling frog.
Dr. Rayna Bell's work reaches far beyond the frogs she studies on this West African island nation.
What do frogs see? Why do they have different colors? How are new species formed?
The coronavirus has changed how we live, work, and think. View the pandemic through the eyes of our scientists.
Baby coral alert! Academy curator Rebecca Albright shares the news of her lab's recent coral spawning event.
Academy scientists describe fishing spider, a venomous aquatic species that eats prey like fish and tadpoles.
Peter Roopnarine and his team are modeling the past and present, using fossils to fast forward to the future.
Discover why a program to breed African penguins is essential to ensure success for the endangered species.
During a tidepool survey this year, the Academy's citizen science team encountered a pink-toothed mystery.