Stories tagged: "science"


Photo courtesy Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department​
Your Guide to Free and Low-Cost Summer Camps in the Valley

Make sure to bookmark this page! Additional activities from all across the Valley for kids of all ages will be added throughout the summer.

Photo courtesy Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department​
Your Guide to Free and Low-Cost Summer Camps in the Valley

Make sure to bookmark this page! Additional activities from all across the Valley for kids of all ages will be added throughout the summer.

(Photo courtesy of Bukola Somide)
Arizona Tech Entrepreneur Talks About Building the Future of STEM

The Copper Courier spoke with Bukola Somide about her growing list of innovative inventions that aim to create more equitable access to science education.

Photo by Ross D. Franklin, Associated Press
ASU Developing At-Home COVID Test Expected to Deliver Results Within Minutes

Researchers say the saliva-based test could reduce the wait time for results from 48 hours to ten minutes.

Image courtesy Grand Canyon National Park via Associated Press
300 Million-Year-Old Fossilized Footprints Found at Grand Canyon

Researchers say they footprints pre-date dinosaurs, and originate from a time when the earth’s land was assembled into the supercontinent Pangea.