By studying fossils of dinosaurs, scientists not only can figure out what these ancient creatures looked like 150 million years ago, but how they moved, what they ate and how they died
When she was little, Victoria Egerton’s teachers didn’t know what to make of her and her fascination with geology and science.
This is what scientists have dubbed “The Jurassic Mile,” for in these rocks is one of the most significant and exciting dinosaur finds in North America dating back 150 million years
Welcome to the Fairmont Waterfront, which takes that commitment seriously — complete with 250,000 bees producing 125 pounds of honey every year.
We are in a Chinese herbal medicine store, one of 11 here in Vancouver‘s bustling Chinatown, which is one of the largest in North America. There are fish bladders, all varieties of ginger, hair moss, ginseng…
Nelson Mandela would have turned 101 this year, at a time when South Africa has been rocked by political corruption and still fraught with the ills that Apartheid wrought
Sandy Springs is fast become the go-to area for families looking for something fun and unique right outside the thriving metropolis of Atlanta
There are other new interactive options for junior paleontologists, their parents and grandparents to explore this summer, even the chance to join a dig
Wings Over the Rockies is a terrific museum for kids, who can interact with many of the exhibits, flip the switches and turn the knobs of the early planes and spacecraft
Is it safe to take kids to developing nations? To fly with babies when they haven’t yet been vaccinated for measles? To let them swim in the ocean?