It All Started With Some Good Ol’ Bacteria July 24, 2020

We’re willing to bet you know of at least one person who has started baking a lot more since the start of COVID-19. At Xyza, we know a lot of folks

How Long Do Vaccines Take To Make? July 24, 2020

At the center of the coronavirus pandemic is a word that sparks just a little bit of hope everywhere. That word is: vaccine. A vaccine is a type of me

Comet NEOWISE Is Here! July 20, 2020

A chance of a lifetime to see a giant ball of ice traveling the night sky? Get us a front-row seat! Well, that may not be necessary, because if you li

What Can Dogs Do? July 10, 2020

Have you ever heard people say that a dog is a man’s best friend? Well, whether you agree or not, dogs are pretty amazing animals. Besides being fun

A Shrinking Hole In The Ozone Layer? July 10, 2020

If Earth were a superhero, then the ozone layer would be one of her shields. You see, the ozone layer that exists in the Earth’s stratosphere absorb

Locusts Attack India June 26, 2020

A pink cloud brings a pretty image to mind, but perhaps not if you’re in certain parts of India these days. Millions of locusts have been descending

JR Stories: Asian Hornets June 26, 2020

Junior Reporter Sophia F. was inspired by Xyza’s article, What Would We Do Without Bees? and decided to do some research on a kind of insect th

Diego The Tortoise Retires June 26, 2020

In January, we shared a story about an overachieving tortoise named Diego that—no joke—single-handedly saved an entire population of giant Españo

Update: We’re Not Taking Your Garbage! May 28, 2020

Update: In May 2019, we shared a story about how Malaysia would be returning large containers of mislabeled plastics to the countries that shipped t