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The study is now accepting volunteers.
Ketchikan artist has been drawing dinos with crayons for 61 years.
An historic first, a stolen jaw and squid beaks for lunch: Here’s what scientists are making of the sperm whale beached near Juneau
It washed up just north of Juneau.
They’re waiting in the wings.
One fish, two fish, coed fish, Taku fish.
Old, cold waters part of the threat.
Students should not fret about being on a specific track.
The messenger was warmly received, the disconcerting message not so much.
This one’s for the birds.
Use the stars to find your way.
You can find out what’s being done to help out the animals near the top of the food chain Wednesday evening. Christina Eisenberg, who has… Continue reading
It came in at No. 8.
It could be a good time event. The Sands of Time: The Physics of Time, 7 p.m., Tuesday at Marie Drake Planetarium, 1415 Glacier Ave.,… Continue reading
It was a scientific Saturday morning for the kids in the Alaska State Museum classroom. November’s First Saturday youth art activity was an exploration of… Continue reading
Balloon shreds and balls of masking tape littered the floor at Centennial Hall Saturday morning, and things were just getting started. Introduce a Girl to… Continue reading
I never thought I’d have a tray of walrus ovaries on my desk. Earlier this summer, I planned an interview to learn about a student… Continue reading
Algae blooms can be harmful, but not all of them are.
Suicide Basin began its long-awaited release of water late Monday, but there are no signs of incipient flooding along the banks of the Mendenhall River or Mendenhall Lake.
UAS will build new facility to house natural sciences building, aiming for 2020 completion.