Learn how Academy staff create an exhibit that focuses on colors in the natural world.
Steinhart Aquarium researchers traveled to South Africa to help save hundreds of penguin chicks from starvation.
Researchers have found that the dumpling squid will risk it all, even death, for a shot at reproduction.
Scientists are using advanced rebreather technology to dive deeply into unexplored areas of the ocean.
Will a lethal fungal disease in Europe spread to North American salamanders?
How do animals and plants get their scientific names? Find out as Academy scientists add 221 new species to the tree of life.
Scientists and volunteers replant and repopulate Mountain Lake in San Francisco with native species.
The way we communicate science is changing, and it can have a real impact on society.
Here are some fun tips for observing the upcoming meteor shower!
A new ROV allows scientists to explore the Arctic Ocean like never before.
The epic journey monarch butterflies make is reflected in their genes.
Who are you sharing your home with? Check out the creepy-crawlies that scientists are finding in our homes.
Spooky darkness, bright colors, and big eyes! Discover what scientists are finding in the ocean depths known as the Twilight Zone.
Academy researchers investigate how climate change affects California's grapes and the wine industry.
Academy researchers are among the first to study tiny, fascinating pygmy seahorses that live exclusively on coral in the Philippines.
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