Science Feed

I love Biographic, an online magazine featuring science-rich, emotionally engaging, and beautifully designed stories about nature and positive steps people are taking to protect it. It's a great read if you are looking for a change from the grind of the daily news and doomsday news reporting from other sources.... Read more →


About a month ago, LEGO released one of the hottest new toys of the season: a "Women of NASA" LEGO kit. The kit features astronomer and educator Nancy Grace Roman, computer scientist and entrepreneur Margaret Hamilton, astronaut, physicist and entrepreneur Sally Ride and astronaut, physician, engineer and jazz dancer Mae... Read more →


A little while ago, I had the opportunity to catch one of the first local screenings of the new Jane Goodall documentary "Jane" from National Geographic. Jane Goodall of course is a well-known primatologist, environmental activist and head of the Goodall Institute. One of the world's leading experts on chimpanzees,... Read more →


Check out this adorable science music video by the California Academy of Science's teen volunteers! What's a pterosaur? Let's the TASC Force kids show you in this sweet "Shape of You" parody video. Awesome job, TASC Force! Original lyrics written and performed by the TASC Force teens. Check out the... Read more →