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Mars-One

Mars-One

Faith Q., Reporter

May 9, 2018

As seen in the title, the Mars-One mission is all about Mars. The project strives for a human settlement on Mars in the near future. They already have their very own calendar of events, and everything all precisely planned out. Currently, the missions are being prepared, and astronauts are being select...

Scientists Discover New Human Organ

Scientists Discover New Human Organ

Natalie B., Reporter

May 9, 2018

Throughout history, various milestones marked important discoveries made in science. Some of those disclosures saved hundreds of thousands of lives. On March 27, 2018, a lineup of scientists might have begun to unravel a cure for a fatal and virulent disease called cancer. Just under the top layer of...

What is a Higgs Boson?

What is a Higgs Boson?

Jayden L., Reporter

May 9, 2018

The Higgs boson is a subatomic particle, a particle smaller than an atom, that is shrouded in mystery. This mysterious particle, nicknamed the God particle, has recently been proven to be existent, and many particle physicists have theorized that the Higgs boson occurs in the Higgs field. To represen...

Biobot That Could Save Lives

Biobot That Could Save Lives

Colin M., Reporter

April 24, 2018

This butterfly could save lives, and it isn’t even alive. Scientists at Southeast University in Nanjing, China created something called a “bio bot.” It looks like a butterfly, and is made of Hydrogel, iridescent nanocrystals, and a layer of rat heart cells. The nanocrystals have properties simil...

Why Climate Change is Affecting Public Health

Why Climate Change is Affecting Public Health

Bianca Z., Reporter

April 24, 2018

Climate change is a change in regional or global climate patterns. The main reason climate change happens is because of the greenhouse effect which is the trapping of the sun’s warmth in the lower atmosphere of a planet. Climate change is affecting the public health of people by heat waves, storms...

Facebook’s Data Breach

Facebook’s Data Breach

Jason M., Reporter

April 24, 2018

Facebook is under fire for leaking the personal data of 87 million people. Cambridge Analytica, a British political consulting company, wrongly gained the data of millions of Americans to aid in Trump’s presidential campaign. Cambridge Analytica managed to get the personal data of millions of pe...

Are We Being Spied On?

Are We Being Spied On?

Jayden M., Editor - Features

April 24, 2018

In this new era of technology, we are constantly being surrounded by information. Everywhere we go, we see advertisements. They appear on bus stops, train stations, billboards, buildings, and most commonly on our phones. Ads that appear on our devices seem very convenient. When we need something, there a...

The Tesla Roadster

The Tesla Roadster

Aaron K., Reporter

April 24, 2018

Ever since Tesla was created on July 2003 in San Carlos, California, it has revolutionized electric cars and has made a huge impact on the economy today. Created by Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, Tesla was created to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable and renewable energy. Tesla is ...

New IOS 11.3

New IOS 11.3

Karis C., Editor - Sci/Tech

April 24, 2018

The latest version of Apple’s iPhone in an iPad has recently been available to buy and has a lot more features than expected. However, whether a person’s interest lies on reality, cute Anemoji, or just a way to keep up with Apple’s new devices, there’s something in this update that will pique ...

2018 World Science Festival

2018 World Science Festival

Rylan M., Reporter

April 24, 2018

The 2018 World Science Festival kicks off on May 29th and lasts for one whole week. The Festival is filled with over 70 events featuring facts and truths of the world of science. When the annual World Science Festival was created, it's goal was to spread knowledge to the community of the unknown world ...

Zipline’s Blood Delivering Drone

Zipline’s Blood Delivering Drone

Jerry C., Editor - Sci/Tech

April 24, 2018

Today, it is very difficult to imagine being without hospitals nearby. When they are sick, people can receive treatment within hours, and even minutes! However, in rural areas of Africa and East Asia, it could be difficult, especially when a blood transfer is needed. Sometimes, a certain kind of blood might r...

The Growth of Allergies

The Growth of Allergies

Katrina W, Reporter

April 24, 2018

Between the years of 1997-2008, the growth of allergies in children under 18 increased by over 50%. In fact, every three minutes, allergies send someone to the emergency room, and 200,000 people require emergency care each year because of allergies. But why does this happen exactly? Many think it is the c...

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