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Kaskuanashku swims in the big pond!

Kashkuanashku, Science North’s newest beaver, hit a new milestone this week and made his home in the beaver pond at Science North. It was definitely a new experience for him and after many attempts...

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The bees are back!!!

The observation hive in the Forest Lab on the third floor at Science North is back up and running…humming…buzzing!!  I’d like to thank everyone for bee-ing patient as we modified the habitat to better...

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Finding Evidence of Early Life

When did life first emerge on Earth? This is a question asked time and time again. It is difficult to pinpoint the exact date; however, scientists are finding new evidence of ancient life forms...

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Exoplanet Excitement, but still no Planet B.

Here is what we know: NASA announced on Wednesday the discovery of not one, not two, but SEVEN earth-sized exoplanets orbiting a small star within our galaxy. (An exoplanet is any planet outside of...

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Bee Update!

And the “bee” goes on! So what’s new with the overwintering bees experiment at Science North you ask? To start off, all of the colonies we’re monitoring are alive!  This is great news, and...