Commensalism? Mutualism? Parasitism? These are examples of symbiotic relationships between organisms. Find out more about each of these interactions and more in this week's article on symbiosis.
Jan 12, 2022 · 3 minute read · 680 words
Resumes are tough to navigate and as a high schooler, they seem almost impossible to tackle. This article gives a brief rundown on how you can start cultivating your resume as a high schooler.
Dec 29, 2021 · 3 minute read · 546 words
Ever wonder why humans are classified the way we are? Check out this week's article for a brief overview of the classification system within the animal kingdom.
Dec 8, 2021 · 1 minute read · 78 words
Ghosts are a ubiquitous part of folklore in many cultures around the world, and they have gained much popularity as a result of TV shows depicting ghost hunters and supposed supernatural events in which ghosts were a part of. Many have speculated that ghosts do indeed exist. Check out this article to find out whether those speculations are true!
Dec 1, 2021 · 4 minute read · 701 words
Antibiotics have been the go-to treatment for years. However, research has shown that there are some instances in which antibiotics do more harm to the body than good. Find out more in this week's article!
Nov 17, 2021 · 3 minute read · 677 words
We’ve all seen rainbows after a storm, but have you ever wondered how they actually form? And why do straws look broken when sitting in glass cups? How do mirrors work? Today, we’ll be answering all of these questions and more as we analyze the properties of light.
Nov 10, 2021 · 3 minute read · 543 words
In this week’s article: Which properties of space were utilized for human needs in the vacuum? What is the purpose of the Mariner 10 project? What planet has a longer day than a year? What discoveries did the Mariner 10 program make? How does our Solar system look? and much more
Nov 3, 2021 · 6 minute read · 1150 words
Ever wonder about the ins and outs of currency inflation? Find out more in this week's article!
Oct 27, 2021 · 4 minute read · 708 words
Carbon is found everywhere; it’s the backbone of life. It’s in plants, animals, the oceans, rocks, the air, and even inside you. So how has carbon made it around the Earth to become part of the deepest rocks and highest points of the atmosphere? In this week’s article, we’ll be covering the carbon cycle as we trace this crucial element’s path around the world.
Oct 20, 2021 · 3 minute read · 692 words
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.
Oct 13, 2021 · 3 minute read · 656 words