One of uScribe’s mission is to allow it’s students the unique opportunity to publish their work online. Allowing for student’s work to be published online has always been a core principle of uScribe, to empower it’s students with the ability to showcase their writing skills and unique voices onto a online platform viewed by hundreds of users everyday. The publication process requires submitting an original piece of work, peer revision through our team of editors, and creation of multiple drafts until they meet a standard of quality. The articles presented below are the best articles handpicked by our editors and are all the work of students in the Science Genre.
The Cultural Dimensions of Darwinism
When Darwinism was first proposed in the 1900s, it would eventually grow to become one of most important law in all of science and an equally important core concept in biology. But what is this seemingly timeless law, and how is it still extremely important and common in the modern day?
Andre Yeung, 10th Grader || 11.12.18
Side Effects of the Internet
The Internet is an endless library abundant with the knowledge of every human which has contributed to humanity. Despite this, why has the internet had some adverse effects on its users and its usage has been widely regarded to negatively in the modern world. In this article, we will explore the side effects of the internet in order to determine whether it is truly bad for it’s users.
Anonymous || 11.08.18
Speed Comparisons Beyond the Universe
One of the most common questions in the world of science is “What are some of the fastest phenomena in this world, and how do they compare with each other?” In this article, we will explore the fastest things known to humanity, and the methodology behind their extreme speed.
Conner Ching, 11th Grader || 11.05.18
Life on Mars
The discovery of extraterrestrial life has always a exciting and daunting fantasy for most humans. People are still fascinated by the fact that life might exist in other places besides Earth. One of the most popular sources is our space neighbor, Mars. In this article, we will explore the current evidence of this, and answer the question if life can or has existed on Mars.
Alvin Ton, 9th Grader || 10.27.18
Communication Using Space
Throughout humanity, we have always sought it to understand others through endless universal forms of communication. But what if there was another form of communication that could change the way we perceive other people all together? In this article, we explore how spacing between two people is a hidden form of communication which sends out gaping signals between two people.
Stanley Liu, 9th Grader || 10.24.18
3D Printers: An Emerging Technology
3D printers have recently been making waves at the next breakthrough technology in the science world. The applications for such machines are endless in both the fields of science and everyday use. But what are 3D printers? What do they do, and why are they becoming increasingly popular?
Abraham Niu, 12th Grader || 10.18.18
The Importance of Computers
Ever since computers were first conceived in 1936, they have become one of the most influential and important tools of the modern world since. But how have computers evolved over the past few decades and how do they still remain an integral part of our society?
Jacky Chen, 9th Grader || 10.13.18
The Internet: An Alternate Reality
The Internet is the most influential invention in all of mankind. But what is it about this seemingly simple concept that makes us use it and just how much is it affecting our lives? In this article, we will explore the importance of the internet, and dissect how it is such an integral part of our society.
Nicole Cavallarin, 11th Grader || 10.09.18
Renewable Energy: An Emerging Field
One of the growing advancements in technologies is the exploration of new forms of energy that can reduce global warming. However, with their many drawbacks, are the current renewable energies worth using? In this article, we look at the pros and cons of each form of energy, and whether any of them can truly be considered as an alternative to fossil fuels.
Jacky Chen, 9th Grader || 10.06.18
The Mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle
The Bermuda Triangle is the notorious location associated with the loss of many pilots such as Amelia Earhart and has contributed to over 1,000 deaths. What is the Bermuda Triangle, and what makes this mysterious place, which has been baffling scientists since it’s discovery in the 19th century, so unique?
Samantha Wang, 8th Grader || 9.30.18
The Domino Effect In Video Games
Video games have been heavily criticized in recent years for its adverse effects of its users and the many negative side effects it has on one's life. However, recent studies have actually proven many benefits of video games. In this article, we will explore these benefits, and how video games could greatly benefit its users.
Chelsea Ah-Quah , 12th Grader || 9.28.18
The Key Components of Test Taking
So, you have a big final coming up and you are determined to get a good score this time. What are some good ways to prepare for a test? Here are some good tips and tricks to make sure you ace that exam.
Helen Chang 10th Grader || 9.21.18
Humans Need Animals
Human health depends on animal health in a variety of ways. Animal products are used in our daily lives, such as milk, wool, and leather. We often fail to notice the dependency we have upon these organisms, and the disappearance of these creatures would result in disaster and tragedy.
Christina To , 11th Grader || 9.17.18
Rise of the Auto Industry
Chances are, you can’t look out your window for 30 seconds without seeing one of those fast cars blurring past the field of your vision. But how did these gadgets become so present in our daily lives? In this article, we detail the history of the automobile industry, and it’s rise into a necessity of all humans
Roger Lin, 11th Grader || 9.12.18
Alcohol: Dream or Nightmare?
Everyone knows what alcohol is. It can be found in everyday beers, wines, and whiskey. Alcohol has its positive and negative effects, and every state has its minimum age limit on drinking. However, is this substance our pride or shame in society?
Brendon Chou, 9th Grader || 9.7.18