Join the American Nuclear Society, U.S. Department of Energy, and Discovery Education on a journey inside Idaho National Laboratory, the nation’s lead lab for nuclear energy research, development, demonstration and deployment.
Just 100 yards downstream from Brooks Falls, the Riffles cam overlooks an area of the river frequented by mother bears, their playful cubs, and wary sub-adult bears.
Located 21 miles off the coast of Maine on Seal Island, this live puffin cam shows the comings and goings of a pair puffin parents, leaving their burrow and returning with bills full of fish to feed their chick, nestled safely inside.
The Magellanic penguin exhibit at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California is home to over 20 different penguins–each one with a unique personality!
Containing 350,000 gallons of water and over 1,000 animals, the tropical reef habitat is the Aquarium of the Pacific’s largest exhibit.
This camera shows the lower/mid spring run at Blue Spring State Park where manatees congregate during the winter months when the river temperature in the adjacent St. John’s River drops below the temperature of the spring.
Transport students beyond the walls of the classroom and into a Stanley Black & Decker Makerspace where making and doing is a way of life!