With the holiday season around the corner, we invite you to consider supporting the future of science on #GivingTuesday, 11/28.
Want to help spread the word? Share your support for hands-on science education by creating a fundraising page, (with any fundraising goal that you choose!) then easily share it with your friends and family on social media. Just go to donate.biobus.org to set up your very own page! Setting up the page is easy, but if you need any support just let us know. Have a GREAT holiday weekend! ... Read MoreSee Less
This is a rare and exciting finding! Daphnia (a small crustacean) usually reproduces asexually but this time went through sexual reproduction! This discovery was made by students at New Visions High School for Advanced Mathematics in the Bronx!
More of the science behind this discovery: Daphnia reproduces through parthenogenesis. Most of the time this is characterized by asexual (clonal) reproduction, but when environmental conditions are less favorable, she is able to go through sexual reproduction and form resting eggs seen here! ... Read MoreSee Less