The Scientific Teen
STEM by the Youth, for the Youth
July Edition, 2020
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What if Atoms are Not the Smallest Unit of Everything?
Antimatter: Fact and Fiction
Light is What You're Seeing
NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Succeeds in Momentous First Flight
The Power of Toilet Plungers
Gateway to the Stars: Wormholes
Generating Electricity by “Piezo”
Everything You Need to Know About the Earth, A Perfect Planet
An Interview with Space Systems Engineer Professor Lucy Berthoud
Unearthing: A Story Based on Port of Mars
A Cosmic Waltz
Fire or Ice: The Ultimate Fate of Our Universe
2020 in Spaceflight
NASA Mars Rover and Helicopter - "Perseverance and Ingenuity" - to Land February 18th, 2021!
What the Heck are Time Crystals?
Supersonic Air Travel, Fifty Years Later: Is It Still Possible?
Spider Silk Technology
Energy from Shadows
Women's History Month: Mildred Dresselhaus - A Pioneer for Women in Science
Women’s History Month: The Impact on STEM
The Problem With Science (and How to Fix it)
Black History Month: The Impact on STEM
Boeing 737 MAX: Unsuccessful Successor of a Successful Aircraft
How Ships Counter the Waves of the Sea