You’ve been feeding your kids the broccoli that your mom asked you to eat. Here is one more reason why the fight is worth it: in a recent find, cruciferous veggies have been found to hold qualities that just might fight off tumors, but how? Jeff Bezos has been on the forefront of technology for a long time. He is now onto chips that power AI. Under the sea, scientists have just found the “platypus” of the crab world. Learn all about it in this week’s Tech News 4 Kids newsletter! Join our classes to learn all about the latest technologies — coding, artificial intelligence, and more.

A Broccoli a Day Keeps the Cancer Away?

(The Harvard Gazette)

We grew up thinking that an “apple a day” is the answer to good health, but brussels sprouts and broccoli might have just taken the lead. New research has found that certain compounds in these cruciferous veggies link to one of the body’s most potent tumor-suppressing genes. Find out exactly what researchers found, and all the scientific details, here!

This New Chip Could Be the Future for AI

(MIT Technology Review)


What do karate-chopping robots, flapping drones, scientists, and sci-fi authors have in common? The exclusive Amazon-hosted MARS event, of course! At this recent conference, a new chip was presented that just might be the future of AI. This chip would replace the conventional silicone chips and would be placed in things like drones and robots. Find out more about this amazing new chip and all it’s capable of here!

Platypus of the Crab World Discovered By Paleontologists


Credit: Elissa Martin, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History

It’s truly perplexing what scientists have found — a very platypus-like crab, Callichimaera perplexa. In fact, it’s unlike any other crab that’s been discovered. What is it that makes a crab a crab? That’s the question scientists are asking now after this discovery. Learn all about this unique and strange find here!

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