Learn about three different marine ecosystems: coral reefs, the continental shelf, and the deep sea. Interactive game included, which will help players chart the interrelationships among organisms that live in each ecosystem.
Flip this interactive OLogy card to find questions and answers, fast facts, and other bite-size pieces of information to help you understand genetic modification.
Take a submersible down to the seafloor. As you descend, passing through the ocean's sunlight, twilight, and midnight zones, you can observe how temperature, pressure, and light levels change. When your submersible reaches the seafloor, you can jump to an exploratory game that lets you collect specimens of the sea life found in and around a deep-sea vent.
Flip this interactive OLogy card to find questions and answers, fast facts, and other bite-size pieces of information to help you understand the nature-versus-nurture debate.
A 14-year-old boy found the fossils of a brand new species of dinosaur--the Bambiraptor. Find out the fun facts about what scientists have discovered about the Bambiraptor and how closely it was related to birds with this resource.
This resource is a place for learning all about the Earth--the Earth's layers, its history, rocks and minerals, and interesting Earth science facts and discoveries. Explore, ask questions, find information, and meet American Museum of Natural History scientists, who share their views on dozens of Earth-related topics.
The Gene Scene OLogy site is a place for learning all about genetics--DNA, cloning, nature versus nature, and interesting genetic science facts and discoveries. Explore, ask questions, find information, and meet American Museum of Natural History scientists, who share their views on dozens of genetics-related topics.
Learn about the diversity of species on Earth by exploring a cladogram, a graph-like tree of life that illustrates relatedness among species. Includes instructions for reading cladograms and a pie chart that summarizes the percentages of the world's living things that belong to select classifications.
This exhibition illuminates the concept of ecological balance and the challenge of managing the Earth's water supply. Its videos and images help explain just how important water is to sustaining life.
The Way to Go, Enstein, OLogy site is a place for learning about Einstein--his career, his ideas, how he thought about problems, and his contributions to science. Explore, ask questions, find information, and meet American Museum of Natural History scientists, who share their views on dozens of Einstein-related topics.
Find information about diversity among genes, species, and ecosystems that helps answer questions about the importance of biodiversity and how we can save species from extinction.
What is your idea of the perfect tomato? Learn about the principles of selective breeding and genetic modification and their contribution to the quest for tomato perfection.
Guidelines for investigating fossils in the field include specimen-finding strategies, dos and don'ts, examples of the kinds of fossils you may see, and other helpful information, such as how to record your observations and finds in a field journal.