Aquarium News Archive
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Visual artists collaborated with climate scientists to create the artwork in this exhibition, including paintings and drawings, photography, sculpture, and mixed media installations.
Career Connections provides opportunities for scientists to connect with middle school and high school students anywhere in the nation through videoconferencing technology.
The Reflecting on Practice workshops use the latest research in ways of learning and teaching to help educators improve their teaching methods.
This fall at the Aquarium of the Pacific, visit the FROGS: Dazzling and Disappearing exhibit and take advantage of a full slate of special events, including cultural festivals and holidays.
Justin Sather is six years old and has loved frogs for most of his life. When he learned that about one-third of frog species are threatened with extinction, he wanted to take action.
The Aquarium’s baby Magellanic Penguin that hatched earlier this year will join the rest of the penguins in the June Keyes Penguin Habitat. It will be on exhibit starting August 8.
This summer Aquarium educator Katelyn Sullivan was selected as a 2017 AltaSea Nautilus Ambassador and sailed aboard the E/V Nautilus as part of an expedition off the California coast.
The Aquarium was presented with the 2017 Friend of Child Life Award from Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital Long Beach in July.
The Aquarium’s Aquatic Academy will explore the role the World Ocean plays in modulating Earth’s climate and how the World Ocean and its ecosystems are responding to climate change.
Construction on the Aquarium’s expansion, Pacific Visions, began in spring. While the layout of some facilities has been adjusted, the visitor experience is unaffected by the construction.
David Bader assumed the role of president of the National Marine Educators Association for a year-long term at its annual conference in June.
Black-Necked Stilts hatch for the first time at the Aquarium in the Shorebird Sanctuary exhibit.
The Aquarium has joined with eighteen other aquariums across the country to raise awareness about the problem of plastic pollution in the ocean, rivers, lakes, and streams.
Commemorative bricks originally installed in the Aquarium’s front plaza are being safely stored during construction.
Watch the chick in the nursery on the Aquarium’s live webcam.