Two former K-12 educators have been named K-12 education and outreach coordinators for TESI’s Scientist in Every Florida School program.
How can we protect cultural heritage sites, historic buildings, archaeological sites and longstanding traditions from climate change?
Plastic debris is typically portrayed as large garbage patches floating on the surface. But new research shows plastic debris is not just a surface problem.
TESI coordinator and educator Sadie Mills chronicles her quest to find the best ocean-friendly sun protection in this month’s Action of the Month.
Scientists at FIU have introduced Florida corals to a more resilient partner algae. Can it help corals adapt to warming waters?
K-12 science teachers from across Florida will spend four days in a scientist’s lab as part of a TESI professional development workshop.
The Human Evolution Summer Teacher Workshop takes place July 14-18 at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
In Florida, human-animal interactions are inevitable. Here’s what made the news this month.
Volcanoes blanketed by tropical rainforests are a natural laboratory to study climate change.
Beyond supporting healthy ecosystems for other species, pollinators are key to bringing food to our tables, not to mention coffee, chocolate and tequila.