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China Researcher claims the first genetic-edited babies

China Researcher claims the first genetic-edited babies

Donald C.

December 13, 2018


Filed under Features

In Hong Kong, China, genetic scientist He Jiankui claims to make the first genetic-edited babies as a modified pregnancy resulted in twin sisters who are claimed to be modified. His goals are not to cure an inherited disease, but to add a trait that prevents HIV infections, which very few people are natur...

China set to launch a fake moon in 2020

China set to launch a fake moon in 2020

Diego G., Reporter

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features

China, the world’s most populated country, is trying to eliminate streetlights with an artificial moon. They are striving to launch this by 2020 which is only 2 years away. China believes that this artificial satellite will be able to light up all of China to save energy. Scientists in China have been t...

See Through Walls With Walabot

See Through Walls With Walabot

Emmy L., Reporter

December 21, 2017


Filed under Features

In July of 2014, a project to create something that allows people see through walls was born. Found at prices from $149-$599 depending on the model, this affordable and amazing device is known today as Walabot. With Walabot, people can see up to four inches (10 cm) deep into drywall and concrete. This...

AI, AR, VR, and Smart Fabrics

AI, AR, VR, and Smart Fabrics

Krista K., Reporter

December 12, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

The future of getting dressed and shopping has been discovered using Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Smart Fabrics. Many companies have been using AI, AR, VR, and smart fabrics to help people to make simple, everyday decisions. Artificial intelligence helps people decide...

Is the Rise of Technology Harmful for Future Generations?

Is the Rise of Technology Harmful for Future Generations?

Charis P., Editor - Food and Travel

November 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Over the years, technology has evolved drastically. Now, it plays a prominent role in modern society and most people can’t go a day without it. The news constantly talks about technology in some type of form, whether it is good or bad. Usually, these stories focus on teenagers since they are the on...

Smoke Waves and How They Will Impact Us in the Future

Smoke Waves and How They Will Impact Us in the Future

Charis P., Reporter

April 19, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

The increasing rate of wildfires threatens more land and homes. The smoke they produce contains fire particles (PM2.5) that can poison the air for hundreds of miles. The 2016 Fort McMurray fire in Northern Alberta, Canada, sent people in Michigan to the hospital with respiratory illnesses. A wildfire c...

What Movies to Watch in the Future

What Movies to Watch in the Future

Sean J., Reporter

April 18, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

There are so many movies that are coming out lately that it becomes hard to chose what to watch, not to mention people’s limited allowance. These movies are what to watch and reasons why to watch them. The Boss Baby A new baby's arrival impacts a family of three, and is told from the point of v...

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