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How is California Implementing Water Restrictions Amidst Drought?

Jan 17, 2023 - Emily Newton

California and the Southwestern United States are currently in the worst drought in recorded history. Is a water flow restrictor the answer?

What Are Some Applications of Biotechnology in Microbiology?

Jan 11, 2023 - Lou Farrell

Biotechnology and microbiology have been a potent combination for a long time, and humans haven’t remotely exhausted its potential.

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6 Best Books On Physics About Electricity

Jan 10, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Electricity is one of the most important concepts in physics, so start learning today with these top six physics books about electricity!

It Looks Like Home: Facts About Barred Spiral Galaxies

Jan 2, 2023 - Emily Newton

The Milky Way Galaxy is the one we call home, but what is it? Let’s explore facts about barred spiral galaxies.

A Little Strange: Facts About Irregular Galaxies

Dec 28, 2022 - Emily Newton

What happens if a galaxy isn’t spiral, barred spiral or elliptical? Let’s explore facts about irregular galaxies.

Not Just Gas: Exploring Jovian Planet Characteristics

Dec 14, 2022 - Emily Newton

Jupiter. Saturn. Uranus. Neptune. What Jovian planet characteristics set these gas giants apart in the solar system?

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6 Best Books On Physics About Force

Dec 13, 2022 - Emily Newton

The physics of force are at the foundation of modern physics. These books will help you get started learning about force and more.

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Spinning in the Black: Facts About Spiral Galaxies

Nov 30, 2022 - Emily Newton

The Milky Way Galaxy — the one we call home — is a type of spiral galaxy. Let’s explore some facts about spiral galaxies!

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Dark Matter: The Universe We Can’t See

Nov 15, 2022 - Emily Newton

To this day, no scientific instrument have yet detected the existence of dark matter particles. But lo and behold, there is evidence that indicates it is real!

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Exploring the Mysteries of the Kuiper Belt

Oct 26, 2022 - Emily Newton

The Kuiper Belt could reveal the story of our solar system’s formation billions of years ago. Here’s what awaits at the edge of deep space.

What Could Future Satellite Launches Look Like?

Oct 19, 2022 - Emily Newton

Traditionally, satellites are launched atop rockets. What will the future of satellite launches look like?

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Exploring the Characteristics of Terrestrial Planets

Oct 12, 2022 - Emily Newton

Exploring the characteristics of terrestrial planets may not seem as exciting as you think, but wait until you find out that there’s a whole lot in store for you to marvel over.