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New exhibit explores the giant natural phenomena that make Northern California like nowhere else on the planet.
Endangered chicks are part of important Species Survival Plan, aimed at sustaining African penguin populations.
Citizen scientists from around the globe submit over 400,000 iNaturalist observations of wildlife.
New findings are a clear call for immediate global action on climate change.
The value of scientific collections is vast and their impact on populations is minimal.
The Academy announces the election of Jerome C. Vascellaro as the new Chair of its Board of Trustees.
Introducing Jonathan Foley, the new Executive Director of the California Academy of Sciences.
Scientific observation platform allows citizen scientists to contribute to global biodiversity database.
Science Today app keeps finger on the pulse of science news with engaging videos and original articles.
Every skull tells a story. By examining skulls, scientists learn how vertebrate animals live, die, and evolve.
Our new digital learning course "Biodiversity" is available for free to science enthusiasts around the world.
From Aug. 1 to Nov. 2, the Academy will display winning images from its inaugural photo competition, BigPicture.
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