By Aya Khalaf on October 13, 2021
In order to successfully attain gender equality in our world, we should close all sorts of gaps between both genders. Here are some organizations who are working on fostering interest in science among young girls, making the work climate more friendly to women, and building strong networks on which women can rely on.
By Thomas P on October 6, 2021
Science is meant to improve our lives, right; or is it possible that not all scientists may not have the best intentions? Throughout scientific history, there have been an unfortunate number of cases in which the scientific method has been carried out with the best intentions or ethics. In this article, historical examples of unethical human experiments are going to be discussed, and how they are avoided in the modern day.
By Eduard Shkulipa on September 29, 2021
Global warming is perhaps the most important problem facing all of humanity. Mainly, the cause of the problem is an excessive carbon dioxide emission from burning fossil fuels. However, there is a form of fuel that creates a cycle of carbon transformation on our planet that can replace fossil fuels. Find out about this magical source in this week’s article about biofuels.
By Angelo Chen on September 22, 2021
This week's article covers something that every living being has inside of them: blood. We'll cover the different blood types and what they mean, as well as why types are important for things like blood transfusions
By Haley G. on September 15, 2021
Stressed about finding study materials for AP exams? Check out this week's article about free online resources you can use to study for AP tests!
By Erin Kang on September 8, 2021
This week, our extracurricular series continues with a new addition. The Regeneron Science Fair has been a major presence in the scientific community for six decades.
By Shang Chen on September 1, 2021
As the summer months continue, anyone near the equator has to deal with the most common form of precipitation: rain. This week’s article will explain the weather processes that will create rain, as well as how humidity contributes to the afternoon showers that temperate climates experience all too often.
By Grace Jiang on August 25, 2021
Meat-eating flower, chameleon robot, and more! Read about the coolest developments from this August in the world of science, only here on SciTeens!
By Eduard Shkulipa on August 18, 2021
What can wipe out a city in a matter of seconds, yet provide power for the same city for decades? Atoms make up the world around us, and creating a way to harness the energy within these tiny particles may be the key to creating sustainable energy for the years to come? Find out more about atoms and how nuclear reactors work in this week’s article about nuclear energy.
By Aya Khalaf on August 11, 2021
As our scarce water supplies are being depleted at faster rates, a new generation of scientists are challenged with coming up with more efficient ways of conserving our remaining water resources. These days, new technologies like Smart Showers are helping people all around the world limit and reduce their water usage. Find out more about these technologies in this week’s article.