KTrace Wearable Device, on Rohan's wrist at the 2015 Intel ISEF.

Students Design An App to Fight Epidemics

Four high school students in Virginia have created a smart phone app that notifies everyone with whom the user has contact into contact when the … more

Project Spotlight, Stories By and About, Young Scientists
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Open for Questions: Kevin Stanford, Herpetology Enthusiast

Kevin Stanford is an MBA student with a serious, lifelong interest in herpetology, especially chameleons. Read about his work with them, and free free to … more

Earth & Environment, Interviews, Open for Questions
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Ten-Engine Electric Plane Completes Successful Flight Test

Imagine a battery-powered plane that has 10 engines and can take off like a helicopter and fly efficiently like an aircraft. That is a concept … more

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Do Mosquitoes Love You? Blame Your Parents

Your genes can make you produce signature scents that attract — or repel — biting insects. Mosquitoes are picky eaters. The biting insects go after … more

Biology, Cogito Picks, Science News
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Public-health experts warn that someday, antibiotics won't work against many types of bacteria.

Scientists May Have Just Found A Solution For Deadly Superbugs

A computer program designed by two scientists could one day be a weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistance in bacteria. Using complex algorithms, biologist … more

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