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Nanobots Might Help Us Fight Cancer in the Future

Apr 10, 2018 - Emily Newton

Microscopic robots traveling to tumors are the future of healthcare. This nanobot treatment could change how doctors treat cancer and other diseases.

Fun Easter Egg Science Experiments for Kids

Mar 29, 2018 - Emily Newton

Easter is the perfect time to put together egg-citing hands-on experiments that test scientific principles. Read on for six egg science experiments to try!

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Working Remotely is Better for the Environment

Mar 22, 2018 - Emily Newton

The number of telecommuters in the U.S. increased by 115 percent between 2005 and 2015 to about three percent of the total U.S. workforce, a recent study found. A 2016 survey revealed that 43 percent of American workers spent at least some of their time working remotely.

Doctors Start Using CRISPR to Kill Cancer Cells

Mar 20, 2018 - Emily Newton

CRISPR gene therapy could help cure patients with untreatable diseases. Now, American doctors repeat the study in hopes of getting great results like China.

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A Quick Guide to Sustainable Groundwater Management

Mar 15, 2018 - Emily Newton

As climate change and recent droughts highlight water scarcity issues, implementing sustainable groundwater management is increasingly important. This is especially true for areas where groundwater is the sole source of water.

10 Questions We Still Haven’t Answered About the Brain

Mar 13, 2018 - Emily Newton

It’s brain awareness week, meaning it’s time to ponder what the brain can do. Here are 10 of the most confounding mysteries related to the mind.

The Science Behind Your Favorite Valentine’s Day Candy

Feb 14, 2018 - Emily Newton

Valentine’s Day is here! Yet the stores have been stocking this holiday’s candy since before Christmas — the shelves are loaded with chocolate, conversation hearts, Kisses and lollipops. Have you ever wondered how Valentine’s Day…

People Are Obsessed With Going to Mars

Feb 12, 2018 - Emily Newton

People are obsessed with going to Mars. For the last 50-60 years, scientists & civilians alike have been obsessed with the red planet

Does This Interstellar Asteroid Contain Alien Life?  

Jan 23, 2018 - Emily Newton

The interstellar asteroid, first discovered in October 2017 as it whizzed through our solar system, has peaked everyone’s interest. Now dubbed Oumuamua, it’s unlike any asteroid previously encountered and it has scientists rushing to study the object before it leaves our solar system.

The History of Climate Change Research

Dec 26, 2017 - Emily Newton

To understand the impact of climate change today, you must understand the history of climate change research & the discovery, analysis & tracking involved.

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Why Do Endangered Species and Ecosystems Need Guaranteed Protection?

Nov 28, 2017 - Emily Newton

We aren’t the only ones affected by climate change. All other living organisms are affected when ecosystems change. There are too many endangered species.

Real World Science: Hockey

Oct 19, 2017 - Emily Newton

Hockey season is just beginning. We all love the fast-paced sport and watching our favorite players speed around the ice as they chase the puck. It’s not a sport you would usually associate with science…

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NASA's Perseverance Rover successfully touched down on the red planet on February 18, 2021. The rover's main goal is to search for signs of alien life. Perseverance will also collect rock samples and regolith for a possible return to earth. Thumbnail Credit: NASA

The term 5G has been a buzzword on the internet for some time now, but what exactly is this technology and how is it different from our current 4G networks? Watch this video Tech Vision to learn about this technology or read our article about 5G technology before it becomes mainstream. Thumbnail Designed by Freepik