Scientists are studying animals and insects to learn their secrets of flight.
Luiz Rocha talks about some of the negative impacts on sea life.
Luiz Rocha talks about education and research at the California Academy of Sciences.
Academy researcher Luiz Rocha talks about his work studying fish and learning about species diversity and distribution.
How can we use water more intelligently in a drier world?
The California Academy of Sciences is partnering with iNaturalist to enlist an army of citizen scientists working toward conservation efforts.
Join Stephanie Stone and Dr. John McCosker as they look at clips from vintage episodes of the 1960's TV series "Science in Action".
Sea and Space Members Sleepover Friday, March 14, 2014 For kids ages 5 and older and their adult chaperones Bring your friends and explore the mysteries of sea and space as you enjoy the Academy after dark. Become a stargazing guru during an after-hours planetarium show, sing “twinkle twinkle” to a sea star at the Discovery Tidepool, and catch a special evening dive show in the aquarium. Enjoy a suite of hands-on activities and programs that explore life from coral reefs to outer space. Before bedtime, settle in for story time while snacking on cookies and milk. When the lights go out, unroll your sleeping bag in African Hall, next to the swaying kelp of the California Coast tank, or even at the Swamp window, face-to-face with Claude, the albino alligator. It’s the wildest sleepover ever! Special pricing for members and their guests at this exclusive members-only sleepover. Reserve your tickets today!
Greg Jongsma, Academy researcher, talks about amphibian diversity.
Shannon Bennet talks about her work in microbiology. She is currently researching viruses spread by mosquitos.
Gary Williams Curator of Invertebrate Zoology and Geology talks about his work at the California Academy of Sciences.
Why Academy Researcher Terry Gosliner keeps going back to the Philippines.
Terry Gosliner talks about careers in science and doing what you love.
Academy researcher Terry Gosliner talks about his fascination with nudibranchs.
Academy researchers described over 90 new species in 2013. Find out why this work is so important.
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