A scientist goes toe-to-toe with capitalism for a meteorite prize in a play performed live in Chicago’s Harris Theater.
Known since Aristotle, no one understood the argonaut octopus—until a 19th-century seamstress turned naturalist took it upon herself to solve its mysteries.
In the first major underwater film production, three key inventions helped create an iconic scene featuring an impossibly large cephalopod.
Let’s get kraken.
The history of the dinosaurs is being rewritten by young scientists digging up new discoveries in the golden age of dinosaur fossil hunting.