"Mac Town," the first stop for many scientists in Antarctica, is the same as any town–only different.
The fruit flies in this exhibit show just a few of the mutations that occur in natural fruit fly populations.
Are some angles more common than others?
Find out why balls bounce--or fail to bounce.
Show yourself how a pinch of salt can take the bitter taste away.
Make a simple rocket and a rocket launcher, and watch a demonstration of how the finished rocket will fly.
Just how do we remember a face?
It's easy to fold a sheet of paper in half. But can you fold a sheet of paper in half ten times?
Is there life on Mars? Our best evidence so far is a baked-potato-sized chunk of rock found in Antarctica.
Read stories and see footage from the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
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