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Salt And Its history In A Few Paragraphs - Halite

Salt And Its history In A Few Paragraphs – Halite

By: Linus Koepcke, Researcher
Salt, an vital rock and commodity- how did humans use it around the world?
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Is it possible to clone a Dinosaur?

By: Brian Trong-Khanh Nguyen, Journalist
Ever wondered what was the process of cloning a dinosaur? Or maybe why we can't clone it? This article is here to answer some of your questions!
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Downtown Manhattan skyline by New York City Hall.
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City in Review: New York City

By: Henry Hung, Journalist
This article is all about the backstory and history of New York, as well as all you need to know about transportation.
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Teleportation may be Possible in the Future

The Sci-Fi hit Star Trek coined the famous phrase "Beam me up, Scotty", but could we really be teleporting in the future? Well, teleportation is possible, just not the kind you may be thinking of.
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FDA Approved A Covid 19 Breath Test

By: Noah Siegel, Journalist
The FDA approved a breath test for Covid-19, this makes covid testing a lot easier
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Animal-Free Eggs

Animal-Free Eggs

By: Hunter Guthrie, Journalist
EVERY Co. has just released a ground shattering invention: animal free eggs. Called EVERY EggWhite, they produce the same height, foam stability, aeration, and texture as animal-derived egg whites when used in baking.
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Zebrafish Helping To Cure Cancer

By: Camryn Swift , Journalist
Zebrafish are super beneficial to cancer research and could help find the cure.
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Brain Computer Interface / g-tech medical engineering by Ars Electronica is marked with CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

Technology in the Brain

Recently, researchers were able to come down to a decision and have developed neural interface. Neural interface is a technology that links with the nervous system. This technology can be used to stimulate the brain and record movements.
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How do black holes form?

By: Ali Iskandar, Journalist
A black hole takes up zero space, but does have mass — originally, most of the mass that used to be a star. And black holes get “bigger” (technically, more massive) as they consume matter near them. The bigger they are, the larger a zone of “no return” they have, where anything entering their territory is irrevocably lost to the black hole. This point of no return is called the event horizon.
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Covid 19 Evolution

By: Sonny Rowe, Journalist
COVID 19. It made history. We're living it. The thing is, its evolving.
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The Requirements For Complex Life

By: Thomas J Ahern, Journalist
It also has to be a perfect distance away from the star. If it is too far, it will end up leaving the star. If it is too close, it will go into the star.
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Is There Life Out There? Mars

By: Dannia Rajo Carballo, Journalist

There has always been a question about whether or not aliens exist, or if there is any sort of life on another planet. Well, scientists have discovered evidence that shows signs of liquid water on Mars,...

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