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    Science Things We Like

    Great science, fun science, wacky science. Science comes in all forms and from many places. This is a collection of things that don't come from NMNH, but nonetheless nurture our love of science and we hope yours too!


    Science Things We Like

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    We love the simplicity of this educational project! "Project shows how the Earth goes around the Sun and the Moon goes around the Earth."

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    An awesome photo from NOAA Sanctuaries: "A team of explorers searching the deep ocean in a submarine surfaced to find they were not alone. A giant isopod (aka horrifying sea creature) had attached to some of the sub's outer equipment! Giant isopods love the muddy, harsh environment of the ocean floor and are usually found from the murky depth of 560 feet to absolute darkness at 7,020 feet."

    Animals : DNews

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    Rosetta Stone for Warblers from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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    A rap video about water bears? Oh yes!

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    Extract DNA from strawberries in this lab activity for grades 8 & 9 or lifelong learners.

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    Take a closer look at the science behind this celebratory drink.

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    Project to teach genetics

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    A find considered to be one of the most important for understanding the evolution of language went missing in 1941. Learn more about why it's vital to find these lost specimens.

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    Penguins get valentines at the California Academy of Sciences and use them as nesting material.

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    If we could send a valentine to science, this would be it!

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    Weird-shaped galaxies? Yes please! "Perpetrator of Galactic Hit-and-Run Found" by Irene Klotz of Discovery News

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    Through an after-school project, one of this teacher's students discovered a new molecule.

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    An adorable look at biodiversity in various habitats.

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    New blog we love: "This Is What A Scientist Looks Like: Change the perception of who and what a scientist is or isn't."

    This Is What A Scientist Looks Like

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    Can you believe this is a pigeon?

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    Do our bodies adapt to the cold over time? Professor Popsicle explains in this informative video from the University of Manitoba.

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    Veggie gardening at home.

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    The Crooked Forest of Poland. Nature is amazing.

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    Common carder bee in the garden

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    Shrimp that spew bioluminescent fluid? Awesome! (From Brian Switek on Wired Science)

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    Mystery of 400-year-old supernova explosion solved

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    Nature: Fruitfly genome mapped in three dimensions - www.nature.com/ne...

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    Two butterflies

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    What is a Neutrino?

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    Jaw, meet Floor.

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