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Why You Will Never Go Thirsty in Rome

If you plan on traveling to Rome, rest assured that you won’t have to spend a penny buying bottled water. Rome has thousands of fountains spread throughout the city from…

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Kids Lovin’ It: The Coolest Ride to School

Amaury Piquiot is the founder of the nonprofit organization “S’Cool Bus,” which does something very special — it allows children to travel to schools in what is essentially a large tandem bike.…

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Are Black Holes Really Made of Dark Energy?

Two University of Hawai’i at Mānoa researchers have identified and corrected a subtle error that was made when applying Einstein’s equations to model the growth of the universe.

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The People Behind the Climate Strikes

The recently concluded global climate strike has been one of the largest protests on the issue in history. Millions of people from across the world came together on the streets…

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Tips for Working With Laboratory Equipment

Whether you’re in a professional lab or a high school science classroom, laboratory equipment can help make your job easier — or it can create an enormous mess, depending on…

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Global Climate Strike Sees Record Participation

The Global Climate Strike, observed between September 20 and 27, saw the participation of about 6 million people from across the world, including schoolchildren and trade unions. Organized by the “Fridays…