Scientists have been putting together a lot of information over the years on a big question for us humans: What happens when you don’t get enough sleep?
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Recently 32 areas in the U.S. have been given “Sea Level Report Cards.” So, how is Virginia's coastal report card looking?
For scientists, the scope of discovery can range anywhere from the totally straight forward to the totally weird. And if we’re exploring the world of the weird, one animal seems to come up quite a bit, the duck billed platypus.
As the global climate changes scientists become more and more interested in how this will impact our day to day lives. Food, health, transportation, economics, and many other daily needs factor into this conversation. We’ve heard about the distant polar bears and ice sheets, but what about right here at home? Climate scientists just had a pretty big study that involved Richmond, VA. Is Richmond getting warmer? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.