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Denmark Will Import and Bury Other Countries' CO2
By: Tiger Deng, Journalist
CO2 storage will attempt to limit the effects of climate change.
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Denmark Is Going To Be The First Country To Store CO2 From Other Countries
By: Olivia Rose, Journalist
"Greensand" will store tons of CO2 under the ocean. They are aiming to store 8 million tons every year.
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The World's First Ammonia Powered Ship
By: Olivia Rose, Journalist
In New York they are currently working on ammonia fueled ships. This is the future of greener energy for marine transportation.
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Ice-Buried Mountains, Questions Solved by Ancient Rocks
By: Tiger Deng, Journalist
The mystery of mountains underneath ice is solved.
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Paint With No Pigments Invented By Researchers
By: Dillon Hoyne, Journalist
Paint with no pigment invented to make buildings cooler.
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How A Rising Population Is Causing Climate Change
By: Eythan Huang, Journalist
If the world's population growth does not stabilize, fighting climate change will become more challenging. By 2050, scientists estimate the earth’s population will have added another two billion people. With this, these people will need food, a living space, and daily items. All of this will take more land and resources from nature.
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The Great Salt Lake Is Gone
The Great Salt Lake Is Gone
By: Reece von Elling, Journalist
In the days before they are scheduled to meet, Many scholars are urging Utah lawmakers to take decisive action to preserve the Great Salt Lake before it disappears.
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The Affects of Stress on Your Brain
By: Evan Nghe, "Journalist"
How does stress work? Stress shrinks your brain.
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Renewable VS. Nonrenewable Energy
By: Mathias Brook, Journalist
Energy is the critical resource that powers our world and enables many activities essential to our daily lives. Primary energy sources fall into two categories: renewable and non-renewable.
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How To Win Jeopardy
By: Luke Sangkharat, Journalist
Have you ever wondered how James Holzhauer, Amy Schneider, or Ken Jennings were able to finesse the system and beat Jeopardy? Well it all comes down to a few factors.
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How Soccer Cleats Can Improve Performance
How Soccer Cleats Can Improve Performance
By: Eric Ji, Journalist
Soccer cleats are specific sport shoes designed to enhance speed, agility, and other basic skills. It is made of many common materials.
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What You Need For Camping for a Night
By: Rohan Telhan, Journalist
Getting ready to go camping. Here's what you need to know.
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Which Nintendo Console Is The Best?
By: Rohan Telhan, Journalist
Out of all the Nintendo consoles which one is the best and why.
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The Invention of Hair Dye
By: Hibba Abbas, Journalist
Most inventions are accidents and hair dye was one. While trying to find a cure for malaria, William Henry Perkin accidentally discovered dye.
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Any Shade Of Lipstick You Can Print
By: Persia Tahereh Maleki

The future of makeup! Imagine a printer that can print any shade of lipstick color you would ever need on the go. YSL has created one and it...

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Airpods 2nd Generation vs Airpods 3rd Generation
By: Persia Tahereh Maleki, Journalist

In March 2019 the Air pods 2nd generation where released, they are pricing at $129, and in October 2021 the Air pods 3rd generation where released,...

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Bees And How They Impact The World
By: Annelise Hartlage, Journalist
Bees impact our world in so many ways. From the food on our plates, to our art materials, bees are truly the busiest animals.
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Top Social Media Apps Of 2023
By: Hibba Abbas, Journalist
Unlike the early 1800's were phones weren't even invented yet, nowadays almost everybody has phone.  Social media is one of the top places where people go on their phone.
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BMW’s New Motorbike--You’ll Never Need A Helmet
BMW’s New Motorbike--You’ll Never Need A Helmet
By: Oscar Alvarado Mendoza, Journalist
David Robb creator of the BMW motorcycle since 1923
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Nikola Badger Truck
By: Gerardo Martinez-Borranchando, Journalist
The wealthy founder of Nikola Corp was convicted for never having the truck crash-tested by the NHTSA or the IIHS.
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122 MPH RV!
By: Danny Bullis, Journalist
This is what the RV looks like in person.
Tesla Roadster 2023: The Best All-Around Car?
Tesla Roadster 2023: The Best All-Around Car?
By: Yash Kini, Journalist
The world's best car? Maybe. The new Tesla Roadster might just have everything that excites a car enthusiast.
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How To Buy A Bugatti
By: Tyler Heironimus, Jornalist
Buying a Bugatti is not as simple as walking into a dealership and picking one up off the shelf. It requires careful planning, research, and a significant amount of money.
How Teslas Aero Wheel Covers Greatly Improve Efficiency
How Tesla's Aero Wheel Covers Greatly Improve Efficiency
By: Nathan Cha, Journalist
For $100, anyone can increase their car's aerodynamic air drag by ten-percent. 
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Cross River Gorillas
By: Kaleb Fuard, Journalist
This article will tell you what Cross River Gorillas are, where they live, what they eat, and more. It will also go over technology that could help them.
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Gay Mice Can Have Babies Now
By: Oliver Tabbal, Journalist
Two male mice were genetically modified to make a healthy baby between them. This could lead to greater options for humans in the future.

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Fishery Officers
By: Allen Chhu, Journalist

What do Fishery officers do? Fishery officers patrol, enforce, and educate. They patrol the coast, rivers, and beaches for any illegal activities like fishing without a permit,...

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Frogmouths: Nocturnal Masters of Camouflage
By: Julia Clavecillas, Reporter
Often mistaken to be owls, frogmouths have wide eyes to help them see in the dark. However, unlike owls, frogmouths have broad, hooked beaks and weak feet and legs.
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The Hickory Horned Devil: A Dangerous Creature or a Harmless Caterpillar?
By: Julia Clavecillas, Reporter
With its vibrant body, intimidating spines, and impressive size, the Hickory Horned Devil is indeed a noticeable creature. This caterpillar can be found all across the United States and can grow up to 5.5 inches or 14 centimeters long.
MyQ Pet Portal
By: Connor Mulherin, Reporter

The MyQ Pet Portal is the best dog door you will ever see. Everybody knows that constantly opening and closing the door for your dog can be quite annoying. Well, if you buy...

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By: Pedro Lopez, Reporter
You will learn a few things about bats about what they eat, do, and facts about these mammals.
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Cicadas, What's The Point?
By: Siamba Oguah, Journalist
You can hear the chorus of the cicadas every afternoon, but what's the point in them? Periodical cicadas, the ones out now, come out every 13-17.
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What Happens If Mosquitos Go Extinct?
By: Kevin Le, Reporter
As summer starts to come, mosquitos have slowly come out with it. Have you ever thought about killing every single one of these annoying bugs?
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Fireflies And How They Are Able To Light Up
By: Taryn Heuvelman, Journalist
Fireflies are magnificent creatures that miraculously are able to light up.
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Conservation Drones
By: Nathan Britton, Journalist
To track poachers and animals, they use a special camera that senses heat.
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The War on Goats
By: Allen Chhu, Journalist
Many species can only be found there, like the Galapagos Tortoise. In 1959 three goats got on to the main island, and then around 14 years later, those three goats multiplied to an estimated 30,000.
The Dark Forest
The Dark Forest
By: Reece von Elling, Journalist
If you are in an ocean, and you are very sure that there should be life around you, and there isn’t, it is likely that a shark or another predator is hiding in the same waters. Humanity has been broadcasting information out into space, searching for extraterrestrial life, and making our presence known for almost seventy years, and although the cosmos should be teaming with life, we’ve found nothing. Is there a shark hiding in the water?
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Inflatable Moon Habitat
By: Aiman Ullah, Journalist
This new idea to put a base on the moon is one of the most innovative ideas to produce oxygen and food for astronauts. It could serve as a permanent base on the Moon.
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If The Earth Spun Faster
By: Hibba Abbas , Journalist
Natural disasters would be bigger and destroy more. Let's say we increase the mph by a lot and bring it up to 24,000 mph. The earth would be a DISASTER.
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Why You Could See Venus And Jupiter
By: Andrew Ma, Journalist

Did you know that Venus and Jupiter aligned a couple nights ago? It was an amazing sight to see.  This is called a planetary conjunction. A planetary conjunction is when two planets are close to each...

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Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster
By: Ashton Gekhman, Journalist
Just 73 seconds into the flight, disaster struck.
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Neutron Stars and How They're Made
By: Taha Rabah, Journalist
There are different layers of a neutron star, first we have the outer layer which is 1 million kelvin which is much hotter then the measly 5778 C of our sun.
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The Wormhole Theory
By: Toby Tepp, Journalist
One of Albert Einstein's many theories was the existence of wormholes. But what exactly are wormholes and could they exist?
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Space Elevators Are Closer Than We Think
"Space Elevators" Are Closer Than We Think
By: Alexander Zabavskiy, Journalist
Although it may seem like a far-off idea, the space elevator—a building that extends into the sky—might be closer than we think. space elevators could become a thing in the next two to three decades!
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10 Fastest Manmade Objects
By: Michael Philipov, Journalist
The 10 fastest man-made objects are one of the most powerful inventions we have ever created, and the way we made them can be very interesting.
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The Giant Magnifying Glass.
By: Renik deJong, Journalist
Gravitational lensing lets us see galaxies in multiple places. Gravity from large galaxies or black holes bend light.
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Women In STEM: Part 4: Math
By: Ida Selander, Journalist

Math: Katherine Johnson was born Katherine Coleman on August 26, 1918, in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, the youngest of four children. Her skill with mathematics and numbers manifested at a...

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Women In STEM: Part 3: Engineering
By: Ida Selander, Journalist

Engineering: Sally Ride was born on May 26, 1951, in Encino, California (near Los Angeles), the older daughter of Carol Joyce and Dale Burdell Ride. She had one sibling, nicknamed "Bear" (her real name...

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ESTEEM Center for Equity in Science, Technology, Engineering, English & Math
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