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Annual City Nature Challenge surpasses 1,690,000 wildlife observations in its seventh year.
By working together, animal data from living and scientific collections can better inform conservation
Exhibit showcases adaptations bugs have developed over millions of years and across a multitude of environments.
Annual Big Bang gala returns to the Academy on April 28, 2022
Gregory C. Farrington announces retirement after seven years as executive director.
BigPicture photo competition will spotlight conservation with esteemed panel of judges and significant prizes.
The Academy has appointed Dr. Brian Fisher as the first Patterson Scholar in Science and Sustainability.
Academy researcher Matt Lewin and his team have pioneered a new approach to treating snakebites—via nasal spray.
Elizabeth Babcock receives White House honor for her leadership in digital learning lab collaboration.
Scientific papers show evidence of an expanding variety of plant foods, written into the enamel of fossil teeth.
Appointment coincides with the island’s new status as a United Nations World Biosphere Reserve.
Male chick is the first to hatch since the new Academy opened in 2008.
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