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World-renowned international photo competition awards awe-inspiring wildlife and conservation images
Democratized access to collections data will help guide conservation and management decisions across the state.
Using a novel Past-Present-Future approach, the researchers uncovered the "sea cow effect" on kelp forests.
Pedigree provides insights for maximizing genetic diversity and adaptability in corals bred for conservation.
Adorable additions support the long term health of endangered African penguin population.
Academy researchers use cutting-edge sequencing technology to determine origins of color mimicry in beetles.
The 39-member Board continues to be led by Board Chair Dan Janney.
The new Fellows join the governing group of more than 450 distinguished scientists and leaders.
Festivities will include a silent disco, trick-or-treating, live animal encounters, planetarium shows, and more.
Academy biologists helped train local researchers, co-develop research questions, and collect coral spawn.
The BigPicture exhibit showcases 49 of the best nature photographs from around the globe
Identified on the community science platform iNaturalist, the species add to California's biodiversity
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