Life sciences/Developmental biology/Developmental stages/Larvae
For Picture Book Month this year, SB&F is sharing this list of wonderful picture books that use the conventions of storytelling to engage children with science.
Novel imaging techniques are making it possible to study the brain while it’s at work. These new, non-invasive tools – representing significant advances related to positron emission tomography (PET), 3-D microscopy and the use of magnetic fields and nanoparticles to remotely control targeted cells – permit the real-time study of neural activity in unprecedented detail.
The Goliath Birdeater belongs to the Tarantula family and is the most massive spider in the world.
After eating plastic particles like those that accumulate in the ocean, the fish are less successful at hatching and escaping predators, among other changes.