Recent Student Reports

DC teens fight to lower voting age to 16

Reporting Lab Report | Nov 15, 2018

Student reporters from PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs produced a story on Vote16USA, a youth vote movement led by a coalition of high school students across the country.

A New Race for Space

Reporting Lab Report | Oct 3, 2018

SpaceX, Elon Musk's privately held aerospace company is reigniting a new kind of excitement for everything space.

Etiwanda High School, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Augmented and virtual reality in the classroom

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 28, 2018

English teacher Roberto Sanchez explains how augmented reality is helping his students stay on top of their assignments and what virtual reality might look like in the classroom.

UWSP engineers KEEP saving power, one watt at a time

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 28, 2018

At the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, energy literacy is not a new idea.

How a 3-D printed hand gave this girl the gift of play

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 28, 2018

Innovations in technology are changing our everyday lives, but for 4-year-old Ella Morton, it is more tangible than for others.

Hughes STEM High School, Cincinnati, OH

The Team America Rocketry Challenge is the world’s largest student rocket contest

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 28, 2018

Students in the aerospace class at Manor High School learn how to design and build a rocket in order to compete in the annual Team America Rocketry Challenge in Fredericksburg, Texas.

Cranial Tech: we fix babies head shapes

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 28, 2018

Plagiocephaly, or flattening of the head, is a relatively common condition in which babies develop flat spots on their heads, often due to lying in one position for too long.

Engineering: Learning through failure

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 28, 2018

A profile of self-taught engineer Shane Roberts and the value of failure as a tool for learning.

CRISPR technology is being used to save Cacao from Climate Change

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 28, 2018

As the earth's climate changes, more agricultural products are becoming susceptible to disease and infection.

Youth Beat, Oakland, CA
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