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Third-annual competition will document global biodiversity using iNaturalist. Results announced May 4.
New findings are a clear call for immediate global action on climate change.
Deep-diving show explores the hidden world of coral reefs and science-based solutions to keep reefs healthy.
Acclaimed program for all 4th and 5th grade students in San Francisco will expand to K-5.
Bay Area youth will prototype exciting science-themed games about California food, water, and energy.
“City Nature Challenge” participants will use iNaturalist to explore California’s legendary wildlife, 4/14–21.
A look at the outer realms of the solar system and indoor “glamping” mark the Academy highlights this May.
Sea cucumbers are particularly vulnerable to pollution and overfishing; scientists call for protections.
Annual fundraiser supports the Academy's world-class scientific exploration and engagement programs.
Snakebite, a scourge in the tropical world, accounts for up to five million bites and 100,000 deaths annually.
Enormous asteroids, tiny moons, and the biggest party in town mark April’s highlights at the Academy.
Featuring out-of-this-world new shows, programs, and exhibits all about the wonders of space exploration!
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