Create Your Own Field Book

What is a Field Book?

A digital Field Book is a way to record and save your Q?rius discoveries. Create a personal Field Book here or when you visit the Q?rius learning lab. Add objects and media and make notes in your Field Book. Create projects to organize your favorite content. Then share with your friends via social media.

Field Books are free. To create your own Field Book you must be at least 13 years old. All you need is a username, password, and your email address.

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How Do Researchers Use Field Books?

Scientists use field notebooks during expeditions to record their observations. The books hold valuable data about specimens, terrain, and weather that isn't recorded anywhere else.

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One Species, Living Worldwide

One Species, Living Worldwide

One Species, Living Worldwide

The billions of human beings living today all belong to one species: Homo sapiens. As in all species, there is variation among individual human beings, from size and shape to skin tone and eye color. But we are much more alike than we are different. We are, in fact, remarkably similar. The DNA of all human beings living today is 99.9% alike. We all have roots extending back 200,000 years to the emergence of the first modern humans in Africa, and back more than 6 million years to the evolution...

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