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Explore ethical and philosophical questions about the first "immortal" cell line.
Goopy, bacteria-rich pond mud creates a colorful, changing exhibit.
The hunt for life in other parts of the universe is on—but how are scientists going about it, and what does it mean to discover life, anyway?
Learn about manganese and Parkinson's Disease with researcher Suzanne Angeli.
Microbial decomposers heat things up.
Use a microscope to investigate developing zebrafish eggs.
Take a look at living chicken embryos in various stages of development.
These plants reproduce by copying themselves.
One creature’s end is another’s beginning.
This colorful wall is a living terrarium.
What can sea squirts teach us about ourselves?
Learn to read the results of a homemade electrophoresis device.
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