Watch Teen-created Videos on Dog Evolution, Specimen Prep, and Science Collections

Check out the three awesome science videos created by our teen filmmakers this summer at the California Academy of Sciences. They each reflect the hard work of three teams of 3-4 teens working for under two-weeks on a science topic that they selected.

Each video was inspired by our latest exhibit at the Academy, "Skulls." These teens got to tour the skulls exhibit, go behind-the-scenes to visit the Academy's vast scientific collections, and meet several scientists and professionals who work at the Academy. My co-facilitator Christine and I were really impressed with the hard work, dedication, teamwork, and creativity of all eleven of our teen filmmakers in the 2014 Science in Action Summer Intensive. 

Watch all three of these great science shorts below!

Collections: A Window Into the Past


From Death to Display: Specimen Preparation


From Wild Wolves to Man's Best Friend


 You can see more pics of our teen science filmmakers in action here

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