By Grace Jiang on July 28, 2021
Ice crystals that bend? Wearable fingertip devices that collect sweat to generate electricity? It’s almost science fiction, but it’s just science. Read highlights from July in the world of science news, only here on SciTeens!
By Erin Kang on July 21, 2021
You have your classic doctors and engineers, but have you ever thought of becoming a snake milker or a rollercoaster engineer? Check out this week's article for a sneak peek into some of the coolest STEM careers.
By Thomas P. on July 7, 2021
Water desalination may offer a possible solution to the droughts that devastate the Western United States. Find out more about what exactly water desalination is in this week's article.
By Grace Jiang on June 30, 2021
Mission to Venus! Skull of a new human species? Makeup products with...dangerous chemicals? From the good to the bad to the mysterious, read highlights from June in the world of science news, only here on SciTeens!
By Ohm Parikh on June 23, 2021
Starting a club can be intimidating, but it is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have as a high school student. Building a club from the ground up takes dedication and perseverance, but it’s definitely possible. This week, we cover how to start a STEM organization at your school, written by Ohm Parikh, a high school student, who successfully founded and grew two organizations at his school.
By Erin Kang on June 16, 2021
Following the end of our Ecological Data Science camp, SciTeens caught up with two campers to bring you a rundown of what exactly went on in our camp.
By Shang Chen on June 9, 2021
It's official the start of Summer 2021 in the United States! As the sun beats down and the water gets warm, the summer months bring flocks of people to pools, beaches, and water parks. In preparation for your beach days, this week's article will focus on how to get your ideal summer body with no fad diets, crazy workout routines, or sketchy weight-loss supplements - just science.
By Thomas P. on June 2, 2021
If you've ever lived in the Southern states, you'll hear a loud buzzing coming from apparently everywhere. The constant droning sound is the work of Cicadas which inhabit temperate climates around the world. This week's article highlights a special type of "periodic" cicadas which only appear every 17 years. Find out more below!
By Grace Jiang on May 26, 2021
Flat pasta transforms into 3D after cooking! Miniature beating hearts grown in the lab! Read about the highlights from May in the world of science news, only here on SciTeens.
By Shang Chen on May 19, 2021
If you've ever been curious as to how financial markets function, how individual consumption contributes to the economy, or simply how all the "stuff" ends up in your local Walmart, a career in economics may be for you. Read the rest of this week's TL;DR Majors series to find out more.