How technology can better the lives of the less privileged residents of megacities    By Daneesh Shahar   For centuries, cities have been beacons of hope for the disenfranchised. Newly freed African Americans flocked to New York City in the late 1820s following the abolition of slavery, and millions

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Exploring the implications of using genetic genealogy in law enforcement    By Khadija Azhar   Between 1974 and 1986, a paralyzing fear chipped away at the veneer of tranquility surrounding suburban California and settled into its picturesque neighborhoods. While the Visalia Ransacker burgled and stalked, the East Area Rapist

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The most affordable smart stylus on the market   By Min Chen   Advancements in hardware have transformed the digital art space, allowing a new medium for illustrators and designers. However, like most new technologies, accessibility is an issue, where many creatives and hobbyists can’t afford the necessary tools.    SonarPen

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The summer program is back with another fun-filled week   By Kelly Cho   Jumpstart Kids is a non-profit summer program that teaches kids aged eight to 12 about innovation and entrepreneurship through STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math). The third edition took place from July 22 to 26,

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