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Regeneron STS

Anwen Cao STS Scholar

Sophie Cook, Contributor May 1, 2024

The Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS) is the nation’s oldest and most distinguished science research competition for high school students. Each year, seniors of the Horace Greeley Science Research...

Source: The Johns Hopkins News-Letter

Science News in Review

Lasya Hota, Writer April 30, 2024

1. Astronomers Identify the Universe’s Most Luminous Object: The Record-Breaking Quasar J0529-4351 In the vast expanse of the cosmos, quasars are one of the many celestial bodies that challenge our...

Immunization history

Inoculation to Innovation: Navigating the Past, Present, and Future of Immunization

Andrew Nam, Writer April 30, 2024

Vaccines stand as a cornerstone of modern medicine, representing one of humankind’s most impactful innovations in the field of public health. The first forms of immunization date back to the late 1700s....

Let’s take a look into the mini-ecosystem within Greeley’s SRC.

Sustainability Research Center Photo Essay

Reese Wang, Contributor April 19, 2024

Sustainability Research Center Photo Essay Welcome to Greeley’s Sustainability Research Center, where innovation, sustainability, and community converge. Here, students have the opportunity to learn...

A relatively new diabetes and weight loss drug known by the names of Ozempic and Wegovy has risen in popularity amongst celebrities and social media platforms like Tiktok.

Recent Science News in Review

Emma Knapp, Writer January 31, 2024

New weight loss drug rises in popularity amongst social media and celebrities A relatively new diabetes and weight loss drug known by the names of Ozempic and Wegovy has risen in popularity amongst...

Different types of snowflakes

Science, Symmetry, and Snowflakes

Andrew Nam, Writer January 31, 2024

In the realm of winter wonder, snowflakes exemplify nature’s artistry, each unique with formations of their own. These delicate, symmetrically intricate frozen masterpieces have urged scientists to raise...

In an era marked by increasing environmental issues, meat consumption is at the forefront of causes related to climate change.

Meat Consumption and Vegetarianism

Jordan Silver, Writer January 24, 2024

Meat Consumption and Vegetarianism - Jordan Silver Over the last few decades, the Earth has been warming at an alarming rate. In fact, each year, the average temperature in the U.S. increases by .49...

When it comes to cognition, being bilingual allows the brain to be working constantly when switching between two languages.

The Benefits of Being Bilingual

Matthew Wohlstadter, Writer January 24, 2024

There are many ways to activate the brain to allow it to be stronger, comprehend information faster, and focus better in learning environments. One way to do this is by learning a second language. There...

Math is intricately intertwined with all aspects of life—it’s the very core of how the world works.

Mandatory Math?

Zoe Chung, Writer January 24, 2024

Knowing basic math—like counting change and adding up the number of apples you need to buy—is essential for getting through daily life, but is it valuable to learn math to the extent that we learn...

Horace Greeley Science Research Logo

A New Logo for Science Research

Erin Song, Editorial Director - SciTech November 30, 2023

Greeley’s Science Research program is a pillar representing our district’s commitment to excellence in STEM. Recently, the program took on a new logo, designed by new research teacher Mr. Jerry Zupan....

Another way in which consumer psychology is used to influence shoppers is optimal product placement.

The Psychology of a Grocery Store

Olivia Chang, Contributor November 30, 2023

Upon entering a supermarket, one is instantly subjected to strategically placed flowers, calculated dairy placements, and appealingly arranged seasonal scents. Not only is this carefully designed approach...

The soil chamber of the greenhouse

Growing Together: Greeley’s Sustainability Research Center Fellowship

Andrew Nam, Contributor November 30, 2023

The aromas of mint and basil waft through the window. Vines swollen with ripe cucamelons stripe the walls. Fish splash in lilypad-spotted tanks. Some students scribble down notes in the lab next to the...

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