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Narwhals, Narwhals, Causing a Commotion: An Interview With Mr. Weebl's Jonti Picking

Todd R. Miller | Posted 05.04.2015 | Entertainment
Todd R. Miller

If you've seen the Sprint commercial or are already familiar with Narwhals, you know well that, once the Narwhals tune burrows into your brain, it does not come out easily.

The Bigger The Tusk, The Sexier The Narwhal

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 09.26.2014 | Science

It turns out that size does matter. For narwhals, anyway. A new study of the Arctic whale affectionately called the "unicorn of the sea" suggests t...

Why I Encourage Failure in STEM: One Teacher's Experience in Finding Female Leaders in STEM

Julie Rohl | Posted 09.18.2014 | Education
Julie Rohl

Ah! The wonderful sound of clanging medals, young voices cheering, and the slapping of high fives -- it's the sound of students being rewarded for collaborating and utilizing their STEM skills. This sound does not come without a price -- it is the sound that can come after as many successes as failures.

"We're Destroying the Most Amazing Thing in Our Lives" -- Interview With Polar Photographer Paul Nicklen

Steven Crandell | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Steven Crandell

2011-03-17-arctic.jpgNicklen's mission is to chronicle Arctic and Antarctic ecosystems threatened by climate change.

What Are Whales Telling Us About the Earth?

Dr. Reese Halter | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Dr. Reese Halter

It's time to end the whale hunt and grant amnesty to these magnificent creatures that are helping us survive on our planet -- by determining how quickly global warming is occurring.

Scientists Employ 'Unicorn' Whales As 'Biological Oceanographers'

Discovery News | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

In a paper just published in the Journal of Geophysical Research -Oceans, Steele and other researchers, led by Kristin Laidre, also of the University ...

Paul Nicklen's Polar Obsession Photos

Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

Renowned National Geographic extreme photojournalist Paul Nicklen has released a new book titled Polar Obsession, which chronicles his expedition unde...

The Real Victims Of Climate Change Have No Voice In Copenhagen (PHOTOS)

Alun Anderson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Alun Anderson

Look north and you will see the biggest and fastest change to our planet ever caused by humans. It won't go away as a result of talk or promises. The frozen Arctic seas are melting away now.