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Solar-Powered Seawater Converter Built In Kenya
By: Robert Martirosyan, Journalist
Tesla has done it yet again.
Why are you bored?
By: Ethan Vu

Everyone gets bored but don't you wonder why?  It usually happens when your friend is ranting about an unimportant event that you didn't go to or you're waiting for the bus...

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Renewable Biomass Energy
By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
Biofuel is any fuel that is made from organic matter/biomass, and is used as transportation fuel and to generate electricity and produce heat.  Biomass gets its energy from the sun because it is organic matter, and is used to make biofuel, electricity, and produce heat as well.
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Are Seals Endangered?
By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
Yes, seals are endangered because of many things, like, poaching, hunting, pollution, and many other factors.
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Robot Chick in Disguise
By: Markus Merrill, Reporter
Do you wonder how we understand animals when humans are not present? If you were a robot in disguise, you might know the answer.
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Geoengineering and How It Might Help Us
By: Benita Xavier, Journalist
Global warming —the increase in temperature of the earth because of the large amount of greenhouse gases produced by factories— has and is a concern in society that's continued for so long that scientists are starting to think that stopping the greenhouse gas production isn't going to fix the dilemma anymore. One thing they do think will solve the problem is geoengineering.
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The Ocean Cleanup
By: Caden Mitchell, Reporter
The Ocean Cleanup's dream is to clean the oceans of plastic starting with the Great Pacific Garbage Patch... with engineering.
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How Does A Fish Farm Work?
By: Tomi Vacca, Journalist
More than half of all consumed fish on the planet are farmed all over the world. But how are they farmed?
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World's First Hydrogen Powered Train The Coradia iLint
By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
The Alstom's Coradia iLint (Cur-ah-de-uh Eye-lint) is the name of the world's first hydrogen powered train. Alstom is a German company that has been developing solutions for pollution in the sector of rail transport.
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What Is Climate Change?
By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
Climate change is a long-term change in the average weather patterns, oceans, land, and Earth's local, regional, and global climates occurring over time scales of decades or longer.
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What's Happening to the Polar Bears?
By: Kalkidan Legesse, Reporter
When it comes to sea ice, 95% of the oldest and thickest ice in the artic is already gone. 
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The Dead Sea
The Dead Sea
By: Yasmin Berjaoui, Reporter
The Dead Sea is a lake with lots of salt, It's located in Israel, Jordan right on their borders.
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3 Endangered Animals
By: Nazli Pazhouhfam, Reporter

There are a lot of animals that are endangered but today we will be talking about the top 3, the Javan rhinoceros, the Vaquita, and the Mountain gorilla. Javan rhinoceros Javan rhinoceros are becoming...

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The Amazon Rainforest - Preservation Issues
By: Evan Nanthavong , Reporter
Overtime many dangers have arisen to the Amazon Rainforests.
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How Do Mushroom Farms Work?
By: Tomi Vacca, Journalist
About 66% of all the mushrooms that are produced in the United States come from one country in Eastern Pennsylvania called Chester county.
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Oreo Popsicles Very Easy and Tasty Recipe
By: Pedro Lopez, Reporter

You guys clicked on this story. You guys wanted to make oreo popsicles. When I say this I really wanted to try it I meant it. It looks so delicious that your tongue will really...

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Wax on Apples
By: Markus Merrill, Reporter
Do you know what is on your fruits? What could possibly be dangerous to your body?
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The Peregrine Falcon
By: Zekarias Delelegn , Reporter
The Peregrine Falcon is a type of bird that comes from the Falco Peregrine species. They are most commonly known as being the fastest animal on earth, due to them reaching 240 mph while diving to catch it's prey.
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Guide Dogs Are Related to Technology How?
By: Pedro Lopez, Reporter
David Roberts is a guy who helped make this thing called smart collars and smart vests. This collects the light from the outside, pressure, temperature, heart rate of the dog, and activity levels of the dog, and humidity of the dog. With this information, it can save thousands and thousands of dollars in training.
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Immortal Jellyfish - The Animal That Can Reverse Time
By: Shrey Sharma, Reporter
This astonishing animal has the power to reverse its own life cycle, turning back into a larva.
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The Beatles, How They Were Formed
By: Santiago Salazar, Reporter

The Beatles, such an amazing band that still to this day, live on with their outstanding music. But how were the Beatles formed? It all began in 1957 when two music loving...

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The Making of The Nightmare Before Christmas
By: Cindy DeLeon-DeLeon, Reporter

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas tells the tale of Jack Skellington, in the setting of Halloween town. The movie has a unique art style that is very different...

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Which Is Better Naruto Or Boruto?
By: Ahmed Hersi, Reporter

Naruto is the dad of boruto. Naruto and boruto have very different stories. Naruto had nothing and was hated by the village then overcame the obstacles and saved the world....

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Satellite Mega-Constellations
By: An Nguyen, Reporter
Starlink Satellites are currently being launched by SpaceX. What is their purpose and what problems might they cause?
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Elon Musk
Elon Musk Plans To Get People To Mars By 2026
By: Kevin Geng, Reporter
Elon Musk is also looking to make Starship fully reusable.
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What Could Life Be Like On Mars?
By: Kai Truax, reporter
This is what life on mars could be like. although we can't survive on mars. we may be able to one day.
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5 Fun Facts About The Moon
5 Fun Facts About The Moon
By: Arya Gupta, Journalist
While there is so much scientists don't know about the moon, though countless studies and hours of research, they have learned much.
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What will happen to the ‘Space Force’ with a new president?
By: Arya Gupta, Journalist
The Space Force was created on December 20, 2019 by Donald Trump. Many wonder if our current president will choose to repeal this branch.
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Asteroid Mining and Humanities Future Ventures into the Stars
By: Thomas Ritchey, Reporter
A large asteroid known as 16 psyche is about 230,000 meters across and is 90% metal. According to Forbes Magazine, the value of the asteroid is 75,000 times that of our global economy.
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The Big Bang.
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The Big Bang: The Event that Formed the Universe
By: Shrey Sharma, Reporter
This is how the universe that we live in came to be, billions of years ago.
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String Theory— The Supposed Theory of Everything
By: Benita Xavier, Journalist
Our universe is a vast plane of existence, so one can imagine that being able to compile all of its wonders and rules in one theory would be a difficult task. So how can string theory do this?
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Quasars: The Brightest Objects in the Universe
By: Shrey Sharma, Reporter
What exactly is a quasar? How is it formed? And more importantly, why is it so bright?
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Are Alternate Universes Real?
By: Shrey Sharma, Reporter
Are we the only universe out there? Or we only one in billions?
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Artemis-Mission to the Moon
By: Abhinav Palikala , Journalist
The NASA Artemis missions aim to send the first woman, and man to the Moon by 2024.
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Arecibo Telescope Collapses in Puerto Rico
By: Oliver Singhvi, Journalist
The Arecibo Observatory was a radio telescope in Puerto Rico that recently collapsed.
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