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Few scientists have left a legacy as strong as Marie Curie. Known as “the Mother of Physics,” she was the first person to win two Nobel Prizes, done all at a time where opportunities for women in STEM were rare.
Ad Astra Academy is a non-profit working with students in underserved areas to spark an interest in STEM through short, interventional workshops.
Sitting at home all day is an inadvertent side effect of COVID-19 that many have endured for months on end already. But what we may not realize is that the action— or rather, inaction— of sitting all day comes with its own set of side effects.
Unlike other planets in the Solar System, Venus and Uranus experience retrograde rotation. Let’s explore and find out why.
Many teens and young adults face one of the most common conditions; acne. Let’s take a look at the miracle-like yet controversial drug, Accutane, that has been curing acne since 1982.
With COVID-19 proving persistent in the United States, school districts across the country are left with the tough decision on how to gauge their fall school semesters; whether they be fully online, fully in-school or a hybrid of both.
Sweden has had a unique response to COVID-19, as the leading epidemiologist Anders Tegnell has refused to compromise freedom for the sake of lowering cases. In his home country, he is a hero; in other places, he is an example of what not to do.
Cats, whether in the great outdoors or a house cat in the city, are known for their ability to sleep for hours on end. Let’s explore the science behind why cats sleep for so long. Could it be genetics? Natural instincts? Or are cats just true creatures of laziness?
Climate TRACE, a novel artificial intelligence technology, is the key to not only track but solve climate change down to the individual power plants.
A study done by the University of Sydney in partnership with the NCIR shows that with proper distancing and safety measures, the rates of COVID-19 transmission from student to student and student to teacher are lower than other respiratory infections.