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The Diabolical Beetle November 13, 2020

What does it take to understand how an insect works? Well, you have to capture an insect, for one. While it might be easy to find insects around where

The People Have Spoken November 9, 2020

It was a long and hard-fought presidential campaign, but in the end, Americans chose decency, community, and a leader who promises to “restore the s

No More Flooding In Venice? November 6, 2020

Every city is known for something. San Francisco, for example, is known for the Golden Gate Bridge. Paris is known for the Eiffel Tower. Venice is kno

There’s A New Justice In Town October 30, 2020

On September 18th, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away after a hard-fought battle with cancer. She had held the position on the benc

One Down, More To Go? October 30, 2020

They may be tiny compared to humans, but Vespa velutina, otherwise known as Asian hornets, can cause a lot of harm to honeybees as well as humans. Tha

2020 Nobel Prize Winners October 23, 2020

Nobel Prize In Chemistry Scissors are incredibly useful—they can transform something as simple as a rectangular piece of paper into a masterpiece. S

Preparedness: Earthquakes October 16, 2020

It’s been over thirty years since the people of the Bay Area in California witnessed what a 6.9 magnitude earthquake can do to a city. On October 1

COVID-19 + Technology October 2, 2020

As the world continues to fight the nasty and microscopic novel coronavirus, we’re continuing to share stories about how this little bugger has chan

Life On Venus? September 25, 2020

If any planet gets a lot of attention from people on Earth, it’s probably Mars. And for good reason. Mars expeditions, explorations, and studies hav