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Science Rules at Delray campus with Bill Nye

American Heritage Boca/Delray has just unveiled its newest facility dedicated to the pursuit of STEM. The new, 12,000 square-foot building includes labs for robotics as well as a scanning electron microscope. The attendance of the ribbon-cutting ceremony included figures such as Boca Raton mayor Scott Singer and Bill Nye “The Science Guy.” Keep Reading

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Paws for a Cause

When Ms. Nikki Laurie, Pre-Law and Law Internship Honors teacher, and her son Jackson Laurie, a fifth grade student at Heritage, heard of this dilemma from VCA Hollywood Animal Hospital, they were immediately interested in solving this problem. This led them to come up with the idea for the K-9 Project and Gala. Keep Reading

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Student television in Seattle

WAHS provides us with news that spans the world on a daily basis. During the week of spring break, they honed their skills by attending the Student Television Network (STN) convention. Keep Reading

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Do AirPods cause cancer?

Just four weeks ago, more than 200 researchers and scientists from more than 40 countries all over the world supposedly signed a petition to the United Nations and the World Health Organization to voice their serious concerns about the use of Apple AirPods. These petitioners agreed that the Bluetooth technology in the AirPods and the emission of radio waves in the ears could pose a cancer risk, with their chief concern being the radioactive waves that would easily absorb into ear tissue. Keep Reading

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