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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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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Aquatic Robot Created By Northwestern University Researchers

By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
Northwestern University Researchers have created a aquatic soft robot, inspired by sea creatures.
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Elegoo Arduino R3 – LED Light On/Off Button Project

By: Abigail Romero, Reporter
Using a button or switch to turn an LED on and off is one of the more simpler projects you can do with the Elegoo Super Starter Kit UNO R3 Project.
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Casetify Compostable Phone and AirPod Cases

By: Abigail Romero, Reporter

The Canopy Project was started by the Earth Day Network, and Casetify is a proud partner of the project. The Canopy Project, started in 2010, is a project that has been worked on world wide to restore...

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Saving Coral Reefs with Pipes

By: Abigail Romero, Reporter

Civil Engineer Mo Ehsani believes that all it will take to save the coral reefs are pipes. "This is our planet, and we are messing it up and not taking care of it. We have a moral obligation to try to...

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