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Blog Post SKY REPORTER: December 2012 The Curiosity rover begins digging on Mars, and other celestial highlights. December 1, 2012 Audio SciCafe: Modifying Mosquitoes with CRISPR Join Rockefeller University professor Leslie Vosshall as she demonstrates what is—and what will be—possible with CRISPR gene editing. January 26, 2017 Article Cleaning the Water With an appreciation for the scarcity of fresh drinkable water, this young naturalist set out to test methods for filtering the contaminated... Article The Work Habits of the North American Beaver This young naturalist set out to learn more about the North American beaver, an animal she knew only through its handiwork on her... Educator Materials Ultra-High-Pressure Experimentalist Who Studies the Deep Earth The intense heat and pressure of the deep Earth are hard to imagine—and even harder to re-create. Currently, scientists need to work... Article Drawing as a Way of Looking at the Natural World Don't just take a close look at that arthropod or plant, pick up a pencil and draw it! Video Text Version   Video Text Version   Article Article: Life Makes a Mark One of the biggest forces that's shaped planet Earth over time is microscopic in size. Explore the global impact of microbes. Article Collecting Arthropod Specimens What's the best way to catch an arthropod in the field? Choosing the right method for your site's terrain and specimens. Article Dispatch from the Deep: Shaping the Ocean Floor at the Mid-Ocean Ridges Did you know that the island of Iceland is really just the peak of an underwater mountain? What other land forms lie hidden beneath... Article The Uncommon Aye-Aye: An Interview with Eleanor Sterling The dozens of diverse lemur species on Madagascar are a motley crew. Still, none look and act quite like the aye-aye. Take a closer...