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Blog Post July 26–27 Space Show, Your Sense of Smell and More This weekend, travel to the outer reaches of the universe, go deep inside the Earth’s crust, and see the world in astounding detail—all... July 25, 2014 Blog Post Decoding the Honey Bee’s “Waggle Dance” Honey bees use a series of vibrations known as the “waggle dance” to let members of the hive know when food is nearby. June 6, 2018 Blog Post Rethinking Home on Long Beach by Doug Sheer I can’t remember a time I didn’t love islands. I was born on one, lived on one for most of my life and even chose to work on one... January 30, 2014 Video Casa Blanca A young Cuban man with Down syndrome grapples with new responsibilities when his mother falls ill. Video Lust for Sight (La fureur de voir) An acclaimed director turns the camera on himself as he grapples with encroaching blindness. Article Using GPS in Antarctica Remote sensing, which not long ago was limited to the classified community, is now a popular tool for researchers in a variety of... Programs and Events Resilience in Motion Educator Materials About General information about the Digital Universe Atlas. Blog Post The French Paradox with Mireille Guiliano The celebrated richness of France’s cuisine makes the equally exalted slimness of its population that much more of a mystery. At... April 18, 2012 Blog Post The Star-Nosed Mole Has the World’s Most Sophisticated Sniffer Highly sensitive appendages on the this mole’s nose—all 22 of them—allow this burrowing mammal to navigate its dark underground terrain... November 3, 2017 Event Mickey Hart Presents Musica Universalis Join legendary Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart for a unique program at the Museum. Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14, 2018 Article Move and Sense Animals use many ways of getting around, plus a range of senses, to navigate different parts of the planet.
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