Category Archive: Science

Watershed Ecology Center: Behind the blue doors

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By Erika Hollis The Carolinian Next time you go to the food court, notice the painted light blue double doors with different animals on them and the outline of South Carolina. It houses… Continue reading

Attack of the Clones

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A New Hope for the Endangered and Extinct Brittany Cooper Assistant Editor In 1993, Steven Spielberg released one of the most iconic films of the twentieth century, Jurassic Park. Never one to disappoint,… Continue reading

Going Nuclear?

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The Future of Renewable Energy Brittany Cooper Assistant Editor The future of the oil industry is looking bleak, and many fear the depletion of this vital resource. The US alone burns nearly 8… Continue reading

Mission to Mars

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The red planet has intrigued astronomers and stargazers everywhere; even before the possibility of trans galactic travel was ever dreamt of. With recent photos pouring in from NASA’s mars rover, “Curiosity,” interest has… Continue reading