This week, we learned …
… you can access, search, and download dozens of datasets on climate. Resource of the week!
What is the future of Earth’s climate?
… how to geolocate your address 250 million years ago.
What did Earth look like millions of years ago?
… how ’Radio Dodo’ is creating bedtime stories for Syrian refugees.
… this swamp sparrow’s song is more than 1,500 years old.
Take a look at swamp sparrows and other bird migrations of the Americas.
… why Dutch teenagers are among the happiest in the world.
Where are the world’s happiest countries?
… where boys outperform girls in math.
Use our resources to encourage thoughtful conversations around gender and identity.
… how volcano music may help scientists monitor eruptions.
Where are the world’s volcanoes?
… that learning how to follow may be as important as learning how to lead.
How do refugees balance leadership and responsibility?
… why biologists eat their study subjects.
Learn why Sylvia Earle doesn’t eat her study subjects—fish.
… why a Tyrannosaurus rex couldn’t wag its tongue.
No tongue, but T.rex could probably pucker up.
… which New York City borough would win an all-out civil war.
Which of New York City’s three—that’s right, three—baseball teams would win in an all-out civil war?