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Scientists Trick Animals Into Avoiding Tasty Meals
By: Zouli Alexandratos, Journalist
In Sydney Australia, swamp wallabies and other herbivores have been eating protected plants to extinction. The University of Sydney had an idea, what if you protect the plants by making them smell toxic?
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Solid State Batteries
By: Benjamin Plowgian, Journalist
Solid state batteries promise to bring faster charging times, longer range, and less weight. Some are said to charge from 10% to 80% in ten minutes.
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Solar Panel Achieves Record 25% Efficiency
By: Andres Martinez Aparicio, Journalist
Oxford PV solar panels reached a record 25% efficiency. As the efficiency of solar panels increases, it could lead us to a future with no pollution.
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Microplastics
Microplastics
By: Landon Tucker, Journalist
Microplastics are synthetic plastics that get turned into at most 5 mm pieces. When garbage build up it creates garbage patch's and there is one that's almost 800,000 miles in length it's called they great pacific garbage patch.
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Gas Stoves
By: Christine Nguyen, Journalist
Stoves have changed over time and many families have switched from old gas stoves to electric and induction stoves. Many believe that electric and induction stoves are better for the health of people and the environment.
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The Truth Behind GMO
The Truth Behind GMO
By: Emma Huang, Journalist
Did you know that 80% of all foods in the U.S.A. have at least one ingredient that is a GMO? So what is GMO? And does it really do more harm than good?
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Energy From Sound Waves
By: Salar Nasimov, Journalist
Energy can be harnessed from many sources, including the sun, wind, and water. However, a lesser-known source of energy is sound waves.
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Airup: Water Bottle That Makes Water Flavorful
By: Tristan Pham, Journalist
A company called "AirUp" created a water bottle which wants to enhance your drinking experience.
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Seaweed: A Natural Solution to Reduce Cow Methane Emissions and Fight Climate Change
By: Cooper Shealy, Journalist
Did you know that cows can cause global warming? They produce a gas called methane which is even worse than carbon dioxide.
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How Technology Helps People With Type 1 Diabetes
By: Victoria Neacsu, Journalist
Around 1.25 million people in the United States of America have type 1 diabetes.  Diabetes affects everyday life. If you don't get treatment, you will have serious consequences.
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Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis
By: Daniel Do, Journalist
Osteoporosis is most prevalent in the older population, especially in women, one or two years after their menstrual cycle has ended. Maintaining a nutritious diet full of vitamins, such as calcium and vitamin D will promote healthy bone structure. 
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The Secret to Animating Walk Cycles
The Secret to Animating Walk Cycles
By: Eva Huang, Journalist
It doesn’t matter what kind of animator you area - as long as you can animate a living being, you probably know how to animate walk cycles. Walk cycles are used everywhere, from movies to indie games to simple animations.
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Samba Robotic Toothbrush
By: Jimy Ordonez, Journalist
Steffen Mueller noticed that 88% of persons with disability have tooth decay or their teeth have plaque. Steffen wanted to make a toothbrush that anybody and everybody could use.
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What is Neuralink?
By: Avi Dhanjal, Journalist
To truly understand what this is we need to ask the question, what is Neuralink and how does it work? Simply put, Neuralink is a brain chip designed by Elon Musk.
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Antibiotics - The Positives And Negatives
By: Eric Ji, Journalist
Antibiotics is one of the greatest advancements in the medical field. These powerful medicines help alleviate the affects of these infections; however, they can come with detrimental side affects.
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TikTok's Algorithm
By: Christian Jeon, Journalist
TikTok has quickly become one of the most popular social media platforms, with its unique and addicting short-form video format.
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Hacking: What It Really Is
By: Christian Jeon, Journalist
Hacking, in the simplest terms, is the process of finding vulnerabilities in a system and exploiting them. Let's break down this process to understand how hacking works.
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The Apple Vision Pro
By: Christian Jeon, Journalist
The Apple Vision Pro is a high-end augmented reality headset that combines cutting-edge technology and ergonomic design. It is designed to cater to the needs of a broad spectrum of users, ranging from graphic designers to professionals requiring high-performance computing.
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Toyota RAV4
By: Christopher Carballo, Journalist
The Toyota RAV4 is a very efficient car with many different attributes. It's built to endure tough terrains that most cars would not normally endure.
Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut: Becoming The Fastest
Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut: Becoming The Fastest
By: Saai Srivenkatesh, Journalist
The Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut is one of the fastest cars in the world, it is also the second fastest car in the world only losing to the Devel Sixteen. Every surface on this car is constructed to reduce drag or surrounding turbulence while increasing high-speed stability.
Bugatti Bolide: A Track-Day-Focused Hypercar
Bugatti Bolide: A Track-Day-Focused Hypercar
By: Saai Srivenkatesh, Journalist
The $4,300,000 Bugatti Bolide has an ultra-strong chassis under its amazingly designed outer skin. The A-pillars can withstand 7.5 tons of force without a single crack.
The Secret to Hybrid Vehicles
The Secret to Hybrid Vehicles
By: Sahil Saxena, Journalist
Hybrid vehicles are known for their fuel efficiency and ability to go for long distances without relying solely on gasoline. This is done through a combination of advanced technology and engineering.
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Here’s What You Need To Know About The EV That Beat Tesla’s Cybertruck To Market
By: Armaan Azad, Journalist
Here’s everything we know about the electric car that beat Tesla’s Cybertruck.
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Car brands
By: John Sanchez, Journalist
When buying cars some people take in consideration how long the car would last or even how much the repairs would cost, those things can vary from car companies. Brands such as Toyota and Honda are seen everywhere because of the consistent production of comfortable and affordable cars, they also produce long lasting cars which adds a beneficial aspect to people who want to get the most out of their vehicle.
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If The Earth Had Rings
By: Brandon Tao, Journalist
Earth is very well known for not having rings, but what if it did? What if during the 4.8-billion-year long history, from the Theia collision to today, the sky was adorned with beautiful crescent rings & a glaring moon? Spoiler Alert: Not good!
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X-ray, Optical & Infrared Composite of Keplers Supernova Remnant
Supernovas
By: Brandon Tao, Journalist
Supernovae, or Supernovas are amongst the most powerful explosions in the entire universe, able to outshine entire galaxies & burn areas of galaxies, sterile. No real metaphor can describe the power these explosions have. If a supernovae occurred even just a hundred light-years away from Earth, us humans would most likely be dead.
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How Do Black Holes Work?
By: Jose Maldonado Reyes, no one

Black holes are fascinating astronomical objects with a powerful gravitational pull that can even trap light. According to the current understanding of physics black holes form when massive stars collapse...

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Nuclear Pasta Found To Be In Neutron stars
By: Mason Beasley, Journalist
When you looked at the head line did you think that "No way pasta in stars? Crazy!" Well no there's no real pasta in stars but instead we have atomic goop that takes the shape of several different pasta shapes.
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Ancient Maya power brokers lived in neighborhoods not just palaces.
Ancient Maya power brokers lived in neighborhoods not just palaces.
By: William Bohoney, Journalist
Pots with fancifully molded eyes, noses and mouths were one of the tip-offs.
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Planet X
By: Brandon Tao, Journalist

Planet X, or Planet 9 as we're gonna refer to, is a possible Neptune-sized object in a elliptical orbit around the sun so far away its orbit could take 10,000 to 20,000 Earth years to complete, recent...

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NASA's Juno probe has found salt and organics on Jupiter's largest moon
By: Alexander Tang, Journalist
"We found the greatest abundance of salts and organics in the dark and bright terrains at latitudes protected by the magnetic field," said Scott Bolton, Juno's principal investigator.
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Researchers Uncovered A Layer Of Molten Silicate On Mars That Is 160 Miles Thick
By: Pablo Cardozo Torrez, Journalist
Did you know that there’s a new study that claims Mars is covered in a layer of molten silicate? I bet you didn’t know that, did you? Read on to learn more about how this layer was discovered and how it’s found on Mars.
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A rupture in the crust of a highly magnetized neutron star, shown here in an artist’s rendering, can trigger high-energy eruptions. Fermi observations of these blasts include information on how the star’s surface twists and vibrates, providing new insights into what lies beneath.
Strange Matter
By: Brandon Tao, Journalist
Located inside Neutron Star's cores, Strange matter breaks the rule of the universe infecting anything it touches, including Earth. Or they could explain how our universe came to be, possibly both.
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Solar Panels in Space?
By: William Bohoney, Journalist
The earth is running out of sustainable fuel. Is solar panel farms the next way to power our lives?
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Chandrayaan 3 lands on the moon
Chandrayaan 3 lands on the moon
By: Soham Kolekar, Journalist
This article is about the Chandrayaan 3 landing on the south side of the moon. Advancing the Indian effort to become more advanced in space exploration. This article will explore about the Chandrayaan 3 and what it has found.
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Titan: Exploring Saturns Mysterious Moon
Titan: Exploring Saturn's Mysterious Moon
By: Tad Chesley, Journalist
The moon Titan, a natural satellite of Saturn, has long captured the imagination of scientists and space enthusiasts. The landscape is dominated by methane lakes and seas that form a fluid cycle similar to the Earth's water cycle. Scientists believe there may be a global ocean of water and ammonia beneath the moon's surface. Further research and scientific missions to Titan promise to uncover more secrets and possibly find signs of extraterrestrial life.
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Robotic Dog Explores Cold War Testing Sites
By: Ryan Lien, Journalist
On September 8th, 2023, BBC News published an article on how Spot the Dog, is now investigating Cold War testing sites for the National Trust organization. Before I can tell you about the testing sites, you are probably wondering. Who is Spot?
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How to Tell if a Website is Safe
By: Juan Carlos, Journalist
In order to trust a website, it is important to follow certain steps. First, you should check the domain name of the website.
The New NYPD Police Robots
The New NYPD Police Robots
By: Will Cicale, Journalist

On Friday, September 22nd, the New York Police Department had a press conference in a subway station in Manhattan.  There, they revealed that...

How AI will change our world forever
How AI will change our world forever
By: Joseph Park, Journalist
AI might be scary but many people don't know it's wonders.
All About The Raspberry Pi
All About The Raspberry Pi
By: Jiaxiang Xie
Raspberry Pi devices are versatile, affordable, and backed by a great community. They allow you to make a wide range of projects, from retro gaming to home automation, making them a popular choice for tech enthusiasts and hobbyists(Like me).
Drone Soccer
Drone Soccer
By: Owen Klaus, Journalist
What is drone soccer? Drone soccer is a sport where you have drones protected with a round plastic cage.
Robots Might Be Dangerous
Robots Might Be Dangerous
By: Juan Carlos Ramirez, Journalist

Robots Are getting so advancing so fast they mite lead to lethal consciences.  Scientist are working hard to make sure that the ai is safe and...

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Ukraine To Use Self-Made Kamikaze Robot Against Russia
By: Armaan Azad, Journalist
Want to hear about the latest Ukraine tech?
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Electronics That You Eat
By: Griffin Wishrad, Jourbalist
Edible electronics are the future of food and technology. It has the potential to monitor the state of food that it is in, be used as a sensor to monitor the state that the person eating it is in, and can provide real time data of the organism that eats it. Edible electronics can be anything they want. Edible Electronics are the future of food, and the future is now.
Biomimicricy Allows Robots to Be Morphed
Biomimicricy Allows Robots to Be Morphed
By: Brandon Sang-Zheng, Journalist
In a leap forward for robotics technology, Colorado State University (CSU) researchers have unveiled a trio of morphing robots that can alter their bodies and legs, taking inspiration from nature's adaptability.
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Ukraine’s New ‘Drones-Proof’ Nanotech Cloak
By: Armaan Azad, Journalist
New Ukraine drone is revolutionary.
AI builds robots in seconds
AI builds robots in seconds
By: Will Cicale, Journalist
Sam Kriegman, who led the study said "When humans design robots, we tend to design them to look like familiar objects. But AI can create new possibilities and new paths forward that humans have never even considered."
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Drones
By: Tiger Deng, Journalist
Drones have applications in many sectors, from hurricane tracking to the military.
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Gaming
Microsoft Planning On creating a new Xbox Series X
By: Mohamed Abdelmajid, Journalist
Microsoft Planning on creating a digital Xbox Series X?. Here's what we know!
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Automation
JavaScript: The Most Widely Used Programming Language
By: Jiaxiang Xie, Journalist
Out of all the programming languages you've heard of, Python is probably the first one to come to mind. This is because Python is one of the world's most popular programming languages. But the #1 most used programming language is the most hidden. Under each and every website, most games and web servers, lie the programming language that runs it all: Javascript.
Why New Anti-Cheat Software Might Be A Problem
Coding
Why New Anti-Cheat Software Might Be A Problem
By: David Leach, Journalist
A lot of games today have anti-cheat: Fortnite, Valorant, and even Roblox are examples. All these anti-cheats run on different privilege levels of your computer. Your computer has four levels: The application level (level 3) allows the anti-cheat to monitor your software when the application is open. Levels 1 and 2 can access your memory and code more, but at level 0, that's where things get serious.
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Automation
Science behind self driving cars
By: Jacob Gould, Journalist
You might have heard of how now as cars are becoming more electric companies have started creating self driving car. With these new cars coming to the market it begs the question "how do they work" and "are they safe". 
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Automation
An Intro to Python
By: Liam Eckerman, Journalist
Python is an advanced coding language with more capabilities than other languages like Javascript, or HTML. Usually, it is best to start with lower level coding languages, so I would advise you, unless you have learned another coding language in the past, to go to code.org, and do their lessons on HTML, CSS, and Javascript before you read this article.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI)
How Neural Networks Work
By: Liam Eckerman, Journalist
Neural networks are like digital brains composed of interconnected nodes arranged in layers. These layers consist of the input layer, hidden layer, and output layer.
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Automation
ChatGPT Users Claim The AI Has Become "Lazy"
By: Will Cicale, Journalist

Over the past few months, the company OpenAI has been receiving plenty of complaints from the users of their AI chatbot, ChatGPT, with claims...

3D Printing as the Future of Computer Engineering
Automation
3D Printing as the Future of Computer Engineering
By: Pranav Sharma, Journalist
As we near 2024, we realize we depend on computers for everything. And almost everyone has a computer. But think about the people who make them. They also need to feed their families. But making computers is time-consuming, inefficient, and pricy. 3D printing parts could cut down on that. The 3D printing age: revolutionizing the future of computer engineering!
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Artificial Intelligence (AI)
The World's First Self Drifting Car
By: Griffin Wishrad, Journalist
Toyota, in partnership with Stanford's Dynamic Design Lab, created the world's first self-drifting car. They were trying to improve and revolutionize road safety by teaching A.I. to drift so they could add it to their cars in the future.
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Automation
Armada Aims To Bring AI To The Battlefield From The Distance Using Starlink.
By: Armaan Azad, Journalist
The goal of Armada is to extend the reach of AI to remote battlefields using Starlink.
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How Gummy Candy Can Improve 3-D Printed Food
By: Griffin Wishrad, Journalist
Technology and food is constantly coming closer and closer together, until it will eventually be one and the same. The field of 3d printing food is a fatly emerging field that is growing at an astonishing pace. By 3D printing foods we can then cut down on how many animals are killed purely for their meat.
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