Marine science researchers with the The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa are using drones to gain newfound insight into the behaviors, physical cost of migration and humanity’s impact on marine mammals.
"Human physiology is the physics and chemistry of how our bodies work and is the foundation of biomedical science," said John Melville, Ph.D., Director of Biology at Vernier Software & Technology.
It explores a range of science topics related to color, including colorblindness, light refraction, optical illusions, the "feelings" of color, painting, and pigment.
ARKive is a digital library that contains more than 100,000 high-quality videos and photographs of the world's animals, plants, and fungi.
Students choose research projects that range from transcribing documents from Shakespeare's era to cataloging galaxies through Galaxy Zoo.
Two free interactive platforms that teachers can use to help students learn about molecular biology have been developed by researchers.