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  • A Billion Heartbeats

    A Billion Heartbeats

    Image of the Week

    The muscles of the mouse’s heart contract about 600 times per minute, or a billion times in its three-year lifespan.

  • Film Guides: The Origin of Humans

    Film Guides: The Origin of Humans

    Film Guide

    The following classroom-ready resources complement Great Transitions: The Origin of Humans, which reveals the history of our evolutionary origins.

  • Great Transitions: The Origin of Birds

    Great Transitions: The Origin of Birds

    Short Film

    (18 min 59 sec) In the second film of the Great Transitions trilogy, paleontologist Julia Clarke takes us on a journey to uncover the evidence that birds descended from dinosaurs.

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  • Darwin the Entomologist

    Darwin the Entomologist

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    As a student of divinity at Cambridge University, Charles Darwin was an enthusiastic collector of beetles

  • BioInteractive at NSTA in Chicago

    BioInteractive will be in Chicago March 12–14 for the National Science Teachers Association National Conference. Stop by booth #1532 to pick up resources and join us at our hands-on workshops...

  • Pocket Mouse Film With Quiz

    Pocket Mouse Film With Quiz

    Interactive Video

    (10 min 29 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch the short film on the rock pocket mouse—a living example of Darwin’s process of natural selection.

  • Measles Outbreak

    Measles Outbreak

    Image of the Week

    The measles virus can spread easily among people who have no immunity against it, as the current outbreak shows.

  • The Lone Anole

    The Lone Anole

    Image of the Week

    The Plymouth anole (Anolis lividus) lizard is found only on the Caribbean island of Montserrat—and it is the only anole species living there.

  • Lizard Evolution Virtual Lab App

    Lizard Evolution Virtual Lab App

    App

    The Lizard Evolution Virtual Lab app lets you explore the evolution of the anole lizards in the Caribbean on your iOS device.

  • Host to Thousands

    Host to Thousands

    Image of the Week

    A freshwater snail infected with thousands of blood flukes will release the disease-causing parasites into the water where they can infect humans.

  • Fruit Fly Art

    Fruit Fly Art

    Image of the Week

    Tracking the flight paths and speeds of fruit flies in a wind tunnel may help design better flying robots.

  • The Anthropocene: Human Impact on the Environment

    The Anthropocene: Human Impact on the Environment

    Click & Learn

    Explore key human impacts on the environment and how they have affected Earth’s landscape, ocean, atmosphere, and biodiversity with this engaging interactive. 

  • The Making of Mass Extinctions

    The Making of Mass Extinctions

    Poster

    Discover the environmental factors that caused the five big mass extinctions in Earth’s history and which species they impacted.

  • The Anatomy of a Sneeze

    The Anatomy of a Sneeze

    Image of the Week

    A germ-spreading sneeze unleashes a shower of large liquid droplets and a moist gas cloud of smaller ones.

  • Party Like A Microbe

    Party Like A Microbe

    Image of the Week

    Fluorescence microscopy reveals bacterial communities in human dental plaque.

  • Festive Fat Cells

    Festive Fat Cells

    Image of the Week

    Fat is made up of spherical plump cells supplied by a network of blood vessels.

  • Putting Crocs on the Map

    Putting Crocs on the Map

    Image of the Week

    One of the largest populations of Nile crocodiles in Africa congregates on the beaches of Lake Urema in Gorongosa National Park.

  • Great Transitions: The Origin of Humans

    Great Transitions: The Origin of Humans

    Short Film

    (19 min 44 sec) Which traits distinguish humans from other primates? When and where did these traits evolve? Analysis of the major fossil finds from Africa, dating back to 4.4 million years ago, provides answers to these questions and reveals the history of our evolutionary origins.

  • Single Molecules on the Move

    Single Molecules on the Move

    Image of the Week

    Using super-resolution microscopes, scientists have uncovered how single protein molecules behave, and the results are astonishing.

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