What happens at the Northeast Mycological Federation Foray?
Bat biologist Nickolay Hristov, of UNC’s Center for Design Innovation and Winston-Salem State University, develops new techniques for filming and visualizing bats.
Plants may be stationary, but they're rarely still, says biologist Roger Hangarter, creator of the website Plants in Motion.
Evolutionary psychologist Nick Neave filmed men dancing, converted the videos into dancing avatars and asked women to rate the avatars' dancing ability.
This toilet floats. It's an outhouse and sewage-treatment plant in one.
In the 1950s-1970s, Roman Vishniac made educational science films, featuring footage he shot through his microscope.
This video features archival NASA footage of mobility tests for several spacesuit prototypes.
Jesus Dapena studies how humans reach great heights, biomechanically.
Twice a year, the sunset lines up with New York City's street grid—making for spectacular views.
In her new book, Bones Books and Bell Jars, physician and photographer Andrea Baldeck documents the collection of medical texts, instruments, and specimens at Philadelphia’s Mütter Museum.
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