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With Humpback Whales’ Baby Boom, Scientists May Revoke Endangered Species Status

KQED Science | March 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

With Humpback Whales’ Baby Boom, Scientists May Revoke Endangered Species Status

Humpbacks in the North Pacific have five new populations determined by genetics and breeding locations. They may also be removed from the Endangered Species list since their overall population has rebounded.

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Our Top Science Stories from 2013

KQED Science | December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Our Top Science Stories from 2013

From the debut of the world's largest solar plant to Comet ISON, zombified bees to the physics of sailing — it's been another year of diverse storytelling from the KQED Science team. Here's a round-up of our top 10 stories (based on page views) that you've enjoyed in 2013.

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California’s Tarantulas Are on the Move During Mating Season

KQED Science | October 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

California’s Tarantulas Are on the Move During Mating Season

Male California tarantulas are now roaming through the Bay Area looking for love. Find out more about where you can see them, what they're doing and what dangers they face from naturalist Sharol Nelson-Embry.

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Kids Explore the World Through Science Photography at San Jose’s Children’s Discovery Museum

KQED Science | September 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kids Explore the World Through Science Photography at San Jose’s Children’s Discovery Museum

The San Jose Children's Discovery Museum has a new program that introduces seventh, eighth and ninth graders to digital SLR cameras and the basic principles of photography. It's also a first-time science experience for many students.

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The Bay Area’s Healthy Parks, Healthy People Movement

KQED Science | July 19, 2013 | 1 Comment

The Bay Area’s Healthy Parks, Healthy People Movement

A group of hikers recently gathered at Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve for a Tuesday Twilight walk, part of a summer series offered by the naturalists at the East Bay Regional Park District. The fog rolled uphill from the Golden Gate Bridge and across the Bay, cooling the air and cutting off the top of Mount Diablo […]

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Breast-Feeding Neanderthals Would Get Top Marks From Today’s Pediatricians

KQED Science | May 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Breast-Feeding Neanderthals Would Get Top Marks From Today’s Pediatricians

Like all mammals, the Neanderthals breast fed their babies. Scientists wanted to know: For how long? A team of researchers say they’ve answered that question by looking at the fossilized tooth of an eight-year old Neanderthal child discovered in a Belgian cave.

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