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  • Spiral Galaxy
    I know how God makes that tree grow
    “Evolution in nature is not inconsistent with the notion of creation, because evolution requires the creation of beings that evolve.” – Pope Francis, Bishop of Rome and Absolute Sovereign of the Vatican City State."God is...
  • 2014 FAB workshop
    University of Tampa hosts the 2014 Florida Association of Benthologists workshop
    The Florida Association of Benthologists(FAB) held their annual fall taxonomic workshop at theUniversity of Tampa’s Marine Science Centerin Tampa Florida. This year’s workshop focused on two polychaete families, the Cirratulidae and...
  • Bearded dragons show social learning
    Researchers find first evidence that reptiles learn through imitation
    Science Daily reported today that a team of researchers from Hungary and the UK have shown the first evidence that reptiles can learn through imitation. Before this, learning through imitation was thought to be unique to humans and their closest...
  • Ig Nobel 2014 trophy
    The 2014 Ig Nobel prizes are awarded
    On Sept. 18, the 2014 Ig Nobel prizes were awarded to their recipients at a ceremony at Harvard University. The prizes are a parody of the Nobel prizes, and are given for unusual or trivial achievements in scientific research. The awards are...
  • South Korea on way to curb illegal fishing
    South Korea on way to curb illegal fishing
    Korean National Assembly has amended its fisheries law to help curb illegal fishing.According to Greenpeace East Asia oceans activist Jiehyun Park, the new provisions finally start addressing the problem of illegal fishing by South Korea’s...
  • Dreadnaughtus largest dinosaur
    Massive dinosaur believed to be largest land animal
    In a report published on Thursday, Drexel University scientists announced that a recently discovered dinosaur, termed Dreadnoughtus schrani, has earned the distinction of being the largest dinosaur that we know of. The report describes that the...
  • Jellyfish in tank/Las Vegas
    Watch the very first video of a jelly fish sting
    Jellyfish stings are no joke. In the Philippines alone, 20-40 people die annually from box jellyfish stings, and each year 500,000 people are stung by jellyfish in the Chesapeake Bay area. Despite the high occurrence of stings, no one has ever...
  • Schizophrenia
    Genetic mapping creates new hope regarding schizophrenia
    Over 100 spots in our DNA have been linked by scientists to the risk of developing schizophrenia, shedding light on the mystery of what makes the disease tick. This work could one day point to new treatments, although they are many years away....
  • Oldest Black University
    Oldest Black University - Cheyney University of PA
    The Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, is located on a 275 campus, with modern and traditional architecture. They have over 1500 students and the on campus students live in five dormitories. The dormitories house over 55% of the students. They...
  • SDSU offers free K-8 biology curriculum
    SDSU offers excellent free K-8 biology curriculum
    Here's another great free science curriculum that homeschoolers can take advantage of.San Diego State University has developed a full curriculum of biology lessons for prospective or practicing teachers, complete with experiments, discussion...
  • Genomic data shows that humans do not mate completely at random
    Genomic data shows that humans do not mate completely at random
    In a new study from the University of Colorado Boulder, the genomes of 825 non-Hispanic white American couples were examined to the determination that those couples have similar DNA(deoxyribonucleic acid).Benjamin Domingue, lead author of the...
  • Survive Bio offers free biology games, flashcards, videos, tests and more
    Survive Bio offers free biology games, flashcards, videos, tests and more
    Here's a great resource for high school level biology, and it's absolutely free.Survive Bio offers students the ability to learn and reinforce biology lessons with flash cards, videos, games, question and answer sections, tests and more....
  • Does Death Exist? New Theory Says 'No' - Blog by Dr. Robert Lanza
    Does Death Exist? New Theory Says 'No' - Blog by Dr. Robert Lanza
    I found this inspired blog by Dr. Lanza, an MD who is considered one of the leading scientists in the world. It is such a powerful piece that I had to share it here today. Make sure you read the personal story he shares about his sister Christine,...
  • The University of Florida hosts the 43rd Benthic Ecology Meeting.
    The University of North Florida hosts the 43rd Benthic Ecology meeting
    The much anticipated 43rd Benthic Ecology Meeting (BEM) hosted by the University of North Florida (UNF) successfully concluded at UNF on March 22.Of the 412 oral and poster presentations, 276 were presented by students, making BEM one of the top ...
  • Indian River State College hosts Florida Academy of Sciences Meeting
    Indian River State College hosts the 78th Florida Academy of Sciences Meeting
    The 78th Annual meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences (FAS) held at Indian River State College in Ft. Pierce concluded on Saturday, March 8, 2014.The annual meeting was attended by approximately 300 participants including professionals,...