Read Time: 5 minutes Did you know that they used to use plutonium to power pacemakers? Keep reading to learn about the actinides properties and uses!
Read Time: 4 minutes Why will AI impact the energy industry? Energy companies must figure out how to integrate growing amounts of distributed energy.
Read Time: 4 minutes One of the most exciting exoplanet discoveries in recent years is the TRAPPIST-1 System — anywhere from five to seven planets orbiting a sun, with at least a few of them in the star’s habitable zone. Is it possible for a system like this to be too good to be true? Could a planet have too much water to support life?
Read Time: 3 minutes With no water, a thin atmosphere and dust storms that can last for months, Mars sin’t exactly conducive to the development of life. But despite the harsh environment, scientists have found organic materials on Mars. How did we find organic materials & how did it get there in the first place?
Read Time: 6 minutes There are simple things we can do daily to help reverse top environmental issues. Small things can add up. Look at the impact we have on the environment.
Read Time: 3 minutes Microscopic robots traveling to tumors are the future of healthcare. This nanobot treatment could change how doctors treat cancer and other diseases.
Read Time: 3 minutes Also known as rare earth elements, these 14 elements all fall between the atomic numbers of 57 and 71 of the periodic table. Learn more now!
Read Time: 4 minutes Universal healthcare has been met with a lot of resistance. Why is universal healthcare important and why is it so hard to implement in the United States?
Read Time: 5 minutes Easter is the perfect time to put together egg-citing hands-on experiments that test scientific principles. Read on for six egg science experiments to try!