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One hundred students from 30 states participated in the fourth annual White House Science Fair in Washington, D.C.
Lichens may not look like much, but they play a vital role in our ecosystems. ISEF finalist Madeline Handley decided learn more about the lichens in her native Alaska.
Invasive earthworms change North American landscapes, for better or worse.
Carbon dioxide is making the oceans more acidic.
Although fish farms can supply lots of food, these operations may also cause pollution and hurt wild populations.
Crabs can take advantage of hot, toxic plumes from undersea vents to feed on poisoned plankton.
Baby brown boobies can be pretty rough and tough in the nest.