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Posted: July 28, 2021

What’s in a Name: The Science behind What We Call Things

Juliet may have thought names were arbitrary, but scientifically, names play an important role. Naming is a way of placing order on our world by helping us differentiate between things. So how does science go about assigning names?

What’s in a Name: The Science behind What We Call Things
Posted: July 25, 2021

Question Your World: Who Just Broke Some Space Travel Records?

There's a lot of news about people going up in space lately. And that involved some new space travel records.

Question Your World: Who Just Broke Some Space Travel Records?
Posted: June 25, 2021

Question Your World: Can Rats Be Taught to Be Heroes?

An African giant pouch rat just retired. In the last five years, he detected 100+ potentially dangerous battle leftovers. How did he learn to do this? Operant conditioning, of course!

Question Your World: Can Rats Be Taught to Be Heroes?
Posted: June 24, 2021

Air Quality Becomes Hot Topic During Summer Months

We're moving into a new season. No, it's not summer, but the time of year when we can start experiencing lower-than-average air quality.

Air Quality Becomes Hot Topic During Summer Months
Posted: June 23, 2021

More Pride and More Paleontology: LGBTQ+ Scientists Part Two

The opening of the Tyrannosaurs: Meet the Family exhibition falls during Pride Month so we're highlighting some LGBTQ+ professionals within the field of paleontology.

More Pride and More Paleontology: LGBTQ+ Scientists Part Two