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Sampson, a renowned paleontologist and seasoned museum leader, will join the institution in September.
New exhibit dives deep into the shape-shifting, color-changing, and ever-evolving science of skin.
A new fish species is only known to exist in the deep reefs of St. Pauls Rocks, a remote Brazilian archipelago.
The Academy marks a decade of science and discovery with special anniversary events.
Scientists team up to quantify the “dark data” in fossil collections.
Dr. Todd Braje, anthropologist, joins the Academy’s Institute for Biodiversity Science and Sustainability.
In honor of the Academy's tenth anniversary, museum will offer free admission to all during three-day period.
A team of researchers takes a closer look at the state of the Great Barrier Reef.
Over 700 3D scientific specimens and artifacts from the museum’s world-renowned collection now available online.
The California Academy of Sciences hires Dr. Pim Bongaerts as its newest curator and coral biologist.
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