67 million years ago, two well known dinosaurs, Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus rex, were discovered in a well preserved fossil buried together side by side in a single grave. Archeologists may now know how it happened.

Most teenagers are still trying to find their passion and purpose in life. However, not Gitanjali Rao. The 15-year-old sophomore at STEM School Highlands Ranch in Douglas County, Colorado, has been coming up with innovative solutions to world wide problems since she was ten. It is, therefore, not surprising that the youngster was selected from 5,000 equally impressive nominees ages 8 to 16 for TIME Magazines first-ever "Kid of the Year."

Imagine if the swishing threads inside your jeans pocket could charge your cell phone. Picture sensors that don't need batteries because they make their own power. Both and more may soon be possible, thanks to new piezoelectric materials and devices.

Today, the universe is 10 times warmer than it was 10 billion years ago. Back then, the average temperature of deep space was around 200,000 Celsius (360,000 Fahrenheit). Now its roughly 2 million C (3.6 million F). Scientists are searching for the reason and what it really means.

On December 14, the first Americans got a vaccine designed to protect them from COVID-19. Health-care workers were put at the head of the line to get these shots. So were older adults living in care facilities. What about kids under age 16? They won't be getting the shots. At least not yet. However, plenty of doctors are anxious to see that change.

Sadly, bits and pieces of plastic are turning up all over, including in the snow on Mount Everest! Researchers found plastic in snow scooped from a spot 8,440 meters (27,690 feet) high, near Everest's summit.

Take a sip of lemonade and you taste an explosion of flavor. The sweetness of the sugar and the sourness of the lemons burst on your tongue. But the tongue does not taste all by itself. It needs the brain to take chemical signals from food and turn them into what we sense as sweet and sour. Scientists didn't quite understand how taste got mapped in the brain. Until now...

Scientists at MIT have developed a method using artificial intelligence (AI) to know if someone has Covid-19 by listening to their cough, even if they don't have symptoms.

Scientists scrambling to find a cure forCOVID-19 may have some help from 14-year-old Anika Chebrolu. She was named the winner of the 3M Young Scientist Challenge for her research that could lead to a cure for the coronavirus.

FIDO is a high-tech vest designed for dogs that help people. It allows them to do things like dial 911, or use a synthesized voice to tell people their owner needs assistance.

Scientists at Meiji University in Japan have come up with something they call a “taste display”. The device can create the taste of any chosen flavor when it is pressed against the tongue.

Drones have come a long way. Some can swim underwater, and now, thanks to some University of Zurich researchers, can even play dodgeball!

Researchers have unearthed fossils of an estimated 2,468 dinosaur species that roamed the Earth millions of year ago. However, few can compare to the discovery of Oculudentavis Khaungraae, the smallest dinosaur ever known to live on the planet.

Dayna Robertson from Discovery Elementary School showed that all you need to see how dirty hands are is a piece of bread. Wash your hands to stay healthy.

Stella is a very smart dog that has learned to use a special soundboard to talk to other humans.

Alaina Gassler, a 14-year-old middle school student, came up with a way to eliminate some of the blind spots created inside of a car. It is a simple but very clever approach using technology.

Fossils from an extinct human-sized penguin were found by an amateur palaeontologist in New Zealand. It swam in the ocean about 60 million years ago and weighed up to 160lbs (80kg).

The toughest animals in the universe, called tardigrades, may already be living on the moon! They were secretly taken to the Moon in Israel’s Beresheet lander during an accidental crashed landing.

The largest bee in the world, known as Wallace's giant bee, was spotted in Indonesia. It was last seen alive in 1981.

Does your pet really understand when you say things like Beg, Sit, or Stay? Scientists did some tests to see how much they really understand. They really do understand you.

Over a million LEGO pieces were used to build an authentic looking Bugattio Chiron Replica that actually drives!

A new discovery of a 14,000 year-old piece of burnt bread shows that our ancient wandering ancestors knew how to harvest grain and bake bread.

Greenland sharks have been spotted that are 500 years old. The secret is cold water and a slow metabolism.

These unusual looking special glasses can help prevent motion sickness by using moving fluids in the glasses to let your brain know you are moving.

Researchers discovered ants (Colobopsis explodens) that actually explode to sacrifice themselves to save their colonies from predators.

Bazz is a dog beekeeper that was trained to sniff out infected bee hives so they can quarantine them and protect other bees. He even has a special dog beekeeper suit to stop bee stings.

Sushi Chef Yujia Hu makes amazing food you can eat that looks just like different types of sneakers which he calls “Shoe-shi.”

A Columbus artist created what people are calling the "Ultimate Selfie Experience." Visitors step inside a special photo booth to create giant 3D selfies of themselves.

During space walks from the International Space Station, sample swabs were taken. Russian scientists claim that bacteria was found which was never present before it left earth. It could be the first signs of alien life ever discovered.

Scientists now say that sticky glitter decorations are an ecological hazard that needs to be banned across the globe. Many fish swallow them.

Teomirn is an app for Microsoft's HoloLens that projects a virtual reality piano teacher into your home that teaches you how to play songs.

GE has developed themes for MRI machines, like spaceship adventures and cable cars for specific hospitals to make the scans less scary for children.

In Times Square NYC, tourists will now be able to take an up-close digital dive deep into the sea without ever getting a drop of water on them as they explore the ocean depths.

The Crayola crayon company announced a new shade of blue joining its color collection called bluetiful to its 24-count crayon box.

This $40M indoor 49,000 sq ft exhibit includes very detailed scale models of famous structures, cities and landscapes, such as the Eiffel Tower, pyramids of Egypt, Time Square, and Niagara Falls. It even has mini self-driving cars.

A new dinosaur has been found that is the largest on record. Named Patagotitan mayorum, this giant is over 122 ft (37m) and weighs more than 12 elephants!

Just like in Star Trek, scientists successfully teleported an object from the Earth's surface to an orbiting satellite for the first time ever using quantum physics. Teleportation will one day become a reality.

A 10-year boy’s accidental discovery in the Las Cruces desert led a New Mexico State University professor to a rare, mostly intact 1.2 million year-old stegomastodon skull.

This new type of tooth brush, called the Amabrush, automatically cleans your teeth in just 10 seconds using advanced technology. The inventors say it works better than a regular toothbrush.
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