Nikhil Sabnis, age 10 Landmines killed or injured more than 7,000 people across the globe in 2020 alone, the majority of whom were civilians, according to Landmine Monitor. Igor Klymenko, a 17-year-old from Kyiv, has invented a unique solution to find and deactivate these explosive devices which are buried underground. In its war against Ukraine, …
By IndyKids Staff On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), voted to roll back Obama-era rules concerning net neutrality. Net neutrality is the idea that all data on the internet must be treated equally. It’s also known as the “open internet.” The old rules prohibited internet service providers (ISPs) from slowing down users’ …
3D printing can now be used to print bacterial colonies.
On January 7, 2015, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he would lift the ban on cell phones in New York City schools implemented by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Physicists have recently created a technique using X-ray that may enable them to read the contents of ancient Italian scrolls containing philosophical teachings.
From September 15 to October 7, 2014, a team of divers and archaeologists returned to an ancient shipwreck near the Greek island of Antikythera.
What goes into making a cell phone? How was it made and who made it? And what will happen to it once you throw it in the trash? The time we spend with our phones is just a portion of their total life cycle.
Kids share their opinions on “e-waste” and the life cycle of new technology like our cell phones.
Anthropologists around the world are using new technology to take a deeper look at mummies than ever before.