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A New Look at Saturn's rings 07/01/2010

A New Look at Saturn's rings

Many students know that to figure out the age of a tree, you count the number of rings that make up its trunk, one ring for each year. But what if you wanted to know the age of the rings that surround the planet Saturn?

It's a tricky question that scient

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A Classroom of the Mind 07/01/2010

A Classroom of the Mind

You're sitting at your desk. A teacher is writing on the chalkboard. A bus rumbles past the window. Kids are yelling in the playground outside. A paper airplane whizzes overhead. The school principal steps into the room, looks around, and walks out. A boo

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Look into My Eyes 07/01/2010

Look into My Eyes

If you look deep into a friend's eyes, you may imagine that you can see his or her thoughts and dreams.

But more likely, you'll simply see an image of yourself—and whatever lies behind you.

Our eyeballs are like small, round mirrors.

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Toxic Dirt + Avian Flu = Science Fair Success 07/01/2010

Toxic Dirt + Avian Flu = Science Fair Success

When Nolan Kamitaki won the $20,000 scholarship grand prize at last year's Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC), he was stunned.

"I saw the camera focus on me, and I stood up," says Nolan, who will be a sophomore this fall at Waiakea High

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The solar system's biggest junkyard 07/01/2010

The solar system's biggest junkyard

On a clear night, you can look in the sky and see the moon and stars. You might even see the blinking light of a working satellite as it flies past, on its way around the Earth.

And, even though you cannot see it, you are also looking at the largest junk

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Music of the Future 07/01/2010

Music of the Future

The musical instruments of the future may be right in front of your eyes and on the tables, walls and windows around you. All it takes to use them is the right hardware, and a little imagination.

In Switzerland, a team of scientists and artists are worki

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Lighting goes digital 07/01/2010

Lighting goes digital

Computers have transformed our lives so completely that it’s difficult to remember what life was like before the digital age. But only a few decades ago, people used typewriters for writing, and calculators solved math and money issues. You couldn’t pull

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Graphene's superstrength 07/01/2010

Graphene's superstrength

Big technology comes in tiny packages. New cell phones, music players and personal computers get smaller every year, which means these electronics require even smaller components on the inside. Engineers are looking for creative ways to build these compon

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Earth from the inside out 07/01/2010

Earth from the inside out

Scientists have long known this strange fact: It’s easier to look deep into space than into the center of Earth. Light can pass through most of space, so the light from distant stars can easily be seen with the naked eye. But Earth is opaque, which means

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Seen on the Science Fair Scene 07/01/2010

Seen on the Science Fair Scene

Every spring, more than 1,000 high school students from around the world compete for millions of dollars in scholarships and other prizes at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). But prizes aren't the competition's only draw.


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