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The Biggest Pollination Event In The World March 5, 2021

Did you know that 80 percent of the world’s almond supply comes from California? More specifically, the valleys of central California. Most of the a

High School Students Discover Exoplanets March 5, 2021

Outer space—it’s a fascinating topic, isn’t it? There’s so much we’ve learned about it, and yet there’s still so much

Garbage And Beaches Don’t Mix! March 5, 2021

Let’s talk about garbage for a minute, shall we? We all know that garbage winds up in landfills and unfortunately in our oceans as well. In fact

Oldest City In The Americas? March 5, 2021

In the Supe Valley region of Peru, there is a high desert between mountains, rainforests, and the coast. When German archaeologist Max Uhle first disc

Endangered Species No More? March 5, 2021

Did you know that in 1996, scientists cloned a sheep called Dolly? The cells from adult sheep cells were used to create an embryo that was then born a

Are We Friends Again? February 26, 2021

Who has more power—a country or a social media company? Well, it depends on who you ask. Earlier this month, there was a virtual standoff between Au

Bring On The Cold! February 26, 2021

There’s a new train in town, and it’s fast, self-driving, and can withstand really, really cold weather! Awesome, right? It is! Trains hav

Why Was Texas Freezing & Powerless? February 26, 2021

We’ve all heard of power failures due to storms, tornadoes, and wildfires, but can people lose electric power due to a snowstorm? Sure, if an unexpe

ICARUS Is More Than A Greek God February 26, 2021

In Greek mythology, Icarus is the son of a craftsman who tried to escape from an island with wings made of wax (spoiler alert: he flew too close to th