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Irina Werning’s Back to the Future

It’s been interesting trying to explain the passage of time to a 3 year old. When he was 2, he would ask, “When Dad is 2 years old, will he still play with me?” as if at some point, his fathe...

Time lapse radish seeds sprouting

A time lapse spanning 9 days shows the growth of radish seeds sprouting while their roots grow deeper into the dirt. Many plants, such as trees and flowers, have vascular systems. These vasc...

A time lapse portrait of Lotte, 0 to 18 years in under 6 minutes

What an excellent video for kids to see: one of their own growing from a baby to a 12 year old, above... and to 18 years old below. This video has gone viral since linked on Reddit. Filmmaker Frans Hofmeest...

Time lapse sprouting wheat grass

Wiggle wiggle up up up! Time lapse sprouting wheat grass.

Shelby the hermit crab changes into a brand new shell

This class pet is named Shelby, and she is one very lucky hermit crab. Why? Because she’s about change into a brand new shell that fits her growing body. We’re lucky because we get to see her make the move...

Wild Plants of Japan: Strange and lovely time lapse videos

Time lapse + growing plants? Yes please! These Wild Plants of Japan “action plant” time lapse videos from Odakatoshio are strange and lovely all at once.  via Pink Tentacle.

Molting Japanese spider crab time lapse – Enoshima Aquarium

The giant Japanese spider crab and its internet-classic molting video from Enoshima Aquarium in Fujisawa, Japan. The time-lapse was shot over six hours and is pretty incredible. More about these amazing creatures:  ...

Swaziland teens engineer hydroponic solutions for farmers

Two teenagers from the southern African country of Swaziland have won Scientific American’s inaugural Science in Action award, part of the Google Science Fair. The prize is awarded to a pr...

Primrose the donkey and her pink plaster casts

Just three weeks old, Primrose is already being worked like a donkey - but her challenges are tougher than most…she needs to learn how to walk with plaster casts on her legs. The foa...

From Blossoms to Berries: Growing fruit in the Hudson Valley

Blackberries in the Hudson Valley from a few seasons ago, yet perfect for this time of year. From Blossoms to Berries from the New York Times. 

Noah K Everyday

Noah Kalina has been taking photos of himself every day for 12.5 years — that’s 4514 photos from January 11, 2000 - June 30, 2012. His video of the first 6-ish years, with music by Carly Comando, went vira...

The NY Sunworks Science Barge & teaching sustainability

Powered by wind turbines, solar panels, and a biodiesel generator, the NY Sunworks Science Barge (now in Yonkers, New York) is a model for energy-efficient, sustainable urban farming. Using a hydroponic system that re...

100 people answer the question, “How old are you?” in Dutch

Watch 100 people answer the question, “How old are you?” in Dutch(!), arranged from 0 to 100 by filmmaker Jeroen Wolf: In October 2011 I started documenting people in the city o...

Growing food for the animals in Paignton Zoo’s Vertical Farm

When zoo animals want fresh greens (and bright reds and oranges) to eat, there’s no better solution than growing those vegetables at the zoo. But when you don’t have a lot of space or money (or sometimes ...

Magnificent Giant Tree: Sequoia in a Snowstorm

With a cameo by Forest Scientist Stephen Sillett, watch this behind the scenes video about photographing the world’s second-largest known tree, 3,000+ year old President, in Sequoia National Park. The resultin...

How to harvest a large bunch of Lady Finger bananas

Greg the Gardener in Queensland, Australia, shows how he harvests a large bunch of almost-ripe Lady Finger bananas. Want to grow your own? SFGate has a quick starter guide for growing the dw...

The Impact of One Cotton T-Shirt

In collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund, National Geographic just released a video explaining the impact of a cotton t-shirt: how much water it takes to make just one, how much energy it takes to grow, manufactu...

Preserving the Forest of the Sea – Science on the SPOT

In this Science on the SPOT: Preserving the Forest of the Sea, watch Kathy Ann Miller, PhD, curator of the University Herbarium at the University of California - Berkeley, as she shares the wide variety of seaweeds ...

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