Scientists from the University of Bristol Cabot Institute are have been able to make a diamond in the lab that can generate electricity from upcycled radioactive waste! The scientists have found a way to heat the radioactive graphite to release most of the radioactivity in a gaseous form. The gas is, then, subjected to high temperature and low pressures that turn it into a man-made diamond. When placed near a radioactive field, these diamonds generate a small electrical current! How cool is that?!
When a loving little girl finds a winning lotto ticket on the floor at the supermarket… what did she do?
Probably not what I would have done… WATCH!
Instead of spending the money on herself, however, Phoebe used it to buy food for the Sycamore Hills Elementary School food drive. Thanks to Phoebe’s generous donation, the school was able to donate over 1,700 canned goods, 541 of which were contributed by the 2nd grade class. What a heart of gold!