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Science Newsletter #4: What “Biodegradable” Means, World’s Warmest September, and a 1,670-Pound Trash Pickup

Christopher Owen

October 18, 2020

Is “Biodegradable” Material Environmentally-Friendly? New York Times -Biodegradable products, created to simplify the recycling process, are known to degrade naturally in landfills under specific conditions. However, sc...

Science Newsletter #2: Fire Tornadoes, Perserverance and The Cosmic Universe

Christopher Owen

August 18, 2020

Fire Tornadoes Ravage California Alongside Wildfires This weekend, fire tornadoes were reported in the US for the first time in two years. The last appearance of this phenomenon in the US was in Redding, California in 2018,...

Weekly Science Newsletter #1: Mercury, Climate Change, and Coronavirus

Christopher Owen

July 28, 2020

Possible Signs of Life Have Been Discovered on Mercury Mercury is the smallest planet and the closest to the sun. The planet’s surface is strewn with rocky craters and sweltering temperatures that can be as high as 800 degrees Fah...


Esha Brar

May 31, 2020

           Ever since COVID-19 has been discovered, there has been a lot of uncertainty revolving around the virus, and yet a working vaccine that has been able to help to cure the virus. However, Medical News Today rec...

Should You Be Eating Breakfast in the Morning?

Esha Brar

March 12, 2020

       In our society today, especially because of the busy lives that we live, there is a huge debate and circulation about whether eating breakfast in the morning is actually beneficial or not. A study was conducted t...

Global Warming and its Effects: Spring Rapidly Arriving

Esha Brar

February 27, 2020

     Whether we as humans want to admit it or not, global warming is rapidly becoming faster than we have ever expected. In fact, global warming has caused our typical seasons to shift in duration, and warmer seasons are appro...

New York State Plastic Bag Waste Reduction Act to Begin on March 1st

Christopher Owen

February 26, 2020

New state law will go into effect in New York on March 1, 2020, and aims to reduce water and land pollution by banning single-use plastic bags. Over 23 billion of this type of bag are used each year in New York alone. In the ...

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