This week during #SharkWeek we’ve already covered the Ninja Lanternshark in our quest to talk about a couple of diverse sharks this week. You can read that article there, and you can read our article debunking some shark myths here. Today, we’re going to talk about the Greenland shark. […]
Tag: science march
Back in January, one girl decided to help other girls see the movie Hidden Figures so that they could be inspired to get into STEM. Taylor Richardson is a 13-year-old aspiring astronaut who is a huge activist in her community. She had started an anti-bullying campaign, and she’s also a […]
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Though it didn’t have the media attention it does today, Flint, Michigan has been dealing with a water crisis since 2014. And, of course, Flint isn’t the only city in America, by a long shot, that has similar water issues. Many Americans worry about their drinking water, but even though […]
Beginning on February 2nd, and exploding on the very next day, a new trending tag appeared on Twitter, calling out for scientists to name themselves and say that they’re #ActualLivingScientists. As more and more science hits the news every day, being the forefront of the conversation since Donald Trump was […]
It’s no question that the election that happened just last month has stirred up massive controversy. Most likely you heard about the Women’s March on Washington, which actually took place all over the US, and was meant as a direct message to the new US President. There’s a similar march […]